Scientifically secure landfilling, also known as engineered or sanitary landfilling, is a waste disposal method that aims to minimize environmental impact and potential risks associated with traditional open dumping. Our (GTS) designing of SLF involves planning, engineering, and management to create a controlled waste disposal site that prevents contamination of soil, water, and air. GTS consider the following key elements and practices involved in the execution of scientifically secure landfilling:
Site Selection and Design, Liner Systems, Leachate Collection and Treatment, Gas Management, Compaction and Covering, Environmental Monitoring, Closure and Post-Closure Care, Regulatory Compliance (CPCB /SPCB), Waste Segregation and Management, Public Participation and Education, Operator Training and Safety.Train landfill operators in proper waste handling, equipment operation, safety protocols, and emergency response procedures.

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    GTS’s Waste incinerators are complex systems designed to efficiently and safely dispose of various types of waste through combustion. We design incinerators based on the type of waste being treated, its quantity and Air pollution control standards

    Components of Our Incinerators:
    Primary Combustion Chamber, Secondary Combustion Chamber, Air supply system, waste feeding mechanism, Ash collection rakes, air pollution control systems and heat recovery systems.our system further contain proper control panel for effective monitoring of operation and proper recording system. Post ash handling systems and proper structural supports and access and approaches for effective and trouble free maintenance.
    Air pollution control systems consists of gravity chamber, Flue gas scrubber, dust collector, ID fan and Chimney. Combustion chamber can be fired by LPG gas or Electrical fired.


    GTS’s Organic Waste Composter System is designed to efficiently and sustainably convert organic waste materials, such as food scraps, yard waste, and agricultural residues, into nutrient-rich compost through controlled decomposition processes. Composting is an eco-friendly way to reduce waste, enrich soil, and contribute to a circular economy. Here’s an overview of the components and key considerations for an organic waste composter system .Feedstock Preparation, Composting Units, Temperature and Moisture Control, Aeration and Turning, Monitoring and Management, Odor and Pest Management, Carbon-to-Nitrogen Ratio (C/N Ratio), Compost Maturation, Screening and Quality Control, Use and Application, Health and Safety, Education and Outreach.