Landfill Water Pollution

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A market economy can be described as the economic system where policies or decisions that affect the economy of the country are based on the price of products, and are directed exclusively by the collective interactions of a country's general public and business ventures with minimal government interference and or planning.


Market economy and water prolusion in land fills do don't present a clear relationship as such. Landfills are created as a means of disposing garbage from consumer goods in advanced economies. It is an alternative to recycling where the garbage is burred where the land fill is full.
Landfills bring about adverse effects on the economy especially in the local environment since it discourages investment where there is pollution. Market economy is not free as the governments are constantly interfering with any operations that involve exploitation of the landfills. Water pollution in landfills is the common problem that has seen some solutions which are intended to bring about creation of wealth or creation of jobs from these sites (Buron 2002).
There are a number of features of landfills that are potential aspects of free economy operations and they include; ground water and aquifers leakage; soil fill; off-gassing; and harbouring of diseases vectors (Nair 1993). Most land fills in developed countries are operated with an aim of minimizing such features by government interference and local authorities charge so much to users of landfills, some landfills are profit oriented and are publicly funded, American Chemical Society (2006).
In terms of improving market economies, landfill is good sources of useful commodities and services, the most evident is energy. ...
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