Talk:Tag:landuse=landfill

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Capped Landfills Once a landfill is full, it is covered in dirt and more or less preserved. How should this clearly visible area be tagged? Is it disused:landuse=landfill or is a landfill always in use, until it has some other notable use? Or does it stop being a landfill once it has grass growing on it? --Mtc (talk) 03:08, 16 August 2016 (UTC)

I think once it is not in use any more (i.e. once there are no more waste brought to this place), it should be tagged with disused:landuse=landfill or more often with abandoned:landuse=landfill (disused: should be used when it is possible to use the site again; compare Key:abandoned: and Key:disused:). abandoned:landuse=landfill can be used in combination with other tags such as natural=scrub, natural=wood, natural=grassland or even landuse=forest. Autharite (talk) 15:29, 14 October 2016 (UTC)

Fine-grained classification

Description Photo Tagging Example
garbage dump Gorodskayasvalka.jpg material=waste LA
mining waste (generic) Otvalporod.jpg material=tailings
coal heap/pile Coal Heap - geograph.org.uk - 68936.jpg material=coal Porbandar
gypstack GypStack.JPG material=gypsum (landfill=gypstack also possible)
red mud dump Bützflethermoor Rotschlammdeponie Luftaufnahmen 2012-05-by-RaBoe-478-1.jpg material=red_mud Stade
potash mining dump Kaliberg Giesen.jpg material=? Giesen
slag heap Slivshlaka.jpg material=slag