REPEATING POLYETHYLENE DERIVATIVES OF THE LOW DENSE OF HRYBVOVITSKY DUMP
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The dump in the village Veliky Gribovitchy near the city of Lviv (Lviv Solid Waste Landfill) is one of the largest environmental pollutants in the Lviv region. At present, the landfill is closed. The reason for the closure was the fire that arose on its territory on May 29, 2016, and the subsequent shift of a significant amount of garbage. Among the whole variety of polymer waste in the landfill, is the largest share of low density polyethylene waste (LDPW). The main products on the basis of LDPW, which fall on the Gribovitchy waste dump, are containers after repeated use, various packaging materials.