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When it rains on a landfill, the water runs through the garbage and becomes contaminated. This contaminated water is called "leachate," which must be handled very carefully.  In order to properly treat leachate and eliminate the contaminants, there are several processes that a landfill facility must set up.  Not too long ago, a Shelter Works building was installed at a landfill in Maryland as a part of just such a system.  The shelter houses  pumping equipment that connects to two large leachate storage tanks; those pumps mix the liquid in the tanks in order to ensure that the contaminants stay in suspension until the liquid can be moved to a pretreatment facility on site.

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