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The Nanjido restoration from waste landfill to ecological park

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• The Nanjido was a small island where orchids and gromwell grew with various seasonal flowers. • The island with an area of 2,720,000㎡ is surrounded by the Han River, Bulgwangcheon River, Hongjecheon River, Nanjicheon River, and Hyangdongcheon River. • So the name does literally stands for Orchid(蘭), Gromwell(芝) and Island(島).
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Nanjindo in map(1919)
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Ⅰ. What have been happened to Nanjido
• However, the Nanjido had been changed into a garbage dumping site for the city of Seoul, the capital of Korea, from 1978. Until the Nanjido landfill, Seoul’s waste was buried at construction sites to build houses as fill materials or bank materials. • As construction activities had been diminished, so space for waste also had been disappeared. That was reason that the Nanjido was chosen as a landfill site for Seoul and was thought to be far away from developed area.
Developed area of Seoul in 1956
Developed area of Seoul in 1997
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Ⅰ. What have been happened to Nanjido
• During Nanjido waste landfill, there were no landfill gas collection, no leachate collection and no soil covering which are now a days known well three basic requirements of modern landfill. It was not a waste landfill just but a waste dumping. • Landfill gas went into atmosphere, leachate flew into water stream, and a part of waste were blown away over boundary of landfill site. Occasionally fire broke out by spontaneous combustion of landfill gas. Putrescible materials in waste got harmful in


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Title The Nanjido restoration from waste landfill to ecological park
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Yoo, Kee Young

Publisher

Seoul:The Seoul Institute

Date 2014-11
Event

KDIS-WBI-CAG Policy Forum

Pages 60
Subject Country China(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < Environment
Holding KDI School; The Seoul Institute