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The South East New Territories (SENT) Landfill is one of the three strategic landfills in Hong Kong. It has a total area of 100-hectare with a capacity of 43 million cubic metres. The current waste intake volume of SENT Landfill is about 4,500 tonnes per day and it currently accepts construction waste only. The SENT landfill has utilised state-of-the-art landfill technology in response to the environmental requirements and incessant demand for waste disposal in Hong Kong.
The SENT landfill is a secure containment facility which features a multilayer composite liner system. It covers the entire surface area of the site and consists of a series of water management systems. During the visit, participants will have the opportunity to gain a more in-depth understanding about the operation of various treatment facilities, including the landfill liner system, leachate collection system, landfill gas utilisation plants and the tipping area.
Registration Deadline: 28 February 2018
* Priority will be given to ICE student members, on a first-come-first-served basis.
* Application will be considered as completed only upon receipt of your application form.
* Only successful applicants will receive confirmation e-mails.
- The above is subject to change without prior notice.
- The event will be conducted in English.
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is NOT required for this visit.
The event will be cancelled in case of Red/Black Rainstorm Warning, Typhoon Signal No. 8 or above being issued by the Hong Kong Observatory at 7:00 am on the date of the visit without further notification. It may also be cancelled because of safety or other reasons. In case of typhoon, heavy rainfall or adverse site condition, the tour to the tipping area will also be cancelled.
The Institution of Civil Engineers (Hong Kong Association) shall not under any circumstances be liable or otherwise for death or any injury or for any damage to or loss or destruction of property or otherwise, in any such case arising from any accident or mishap, and whether during or after this event, in preparation for it, traveling to or from it or otherwise.