Waste management in Armenia
60 landfills exist in Armenia. No waste sorting, recycling, nor reuse takes place at any of them. Instead, garbage is dumped into a working area and then flattened using a bulldozer to create a layer of garbage 300 centimeters thick.
The Nubarashen landfill (Lua error in Module:Coordinates at line 668: callParserFunction: function "#coordinates" was not found.) is Armenia's largest waste disposal site and is located near Yerevan. It receives almost all of the solid waste produced in the city of Yerevan and its suburbs, which is about 340 tons per day, or 102,000 tons per year. The site has accumulated over 7.5 million tons of domestic waste over 50 years.
- www.atlas.d-waste.com Waste Atlas (2012). Country Data: ARMENIA
- In Armenia Waste is Not Yet Profitable, Hetq Online, June 25, 2007.
- With a Visit to Armenia's Largest Dump, UNDP and the Ministry of Nature Protection Launch Environment Week, UNDP, July 6, 2004.