Inert waste

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Inert waste is waste which is neither chemically nor biologically reactive and will not decompose or only very slowly. Examples of this are sand and concrete. This has particular relevance to landfills as inert waste typically requires lower disposal fees than biodegradable waste or hazardous waste.


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  • Paul T. Williams (30 April 2013). Waste Treatment and Disposal. John Wiley & Sons. p. 240. ISBN 978-1-118-68737-6.