The Illinois Solid Waste Management Act was enacted in September 1986. This law established the State's commitment to address solid waste handling, based on a solid waste management hierarchy as follows: (1) volume reduction at the source; (2) recycling and reuse; (3) combustion with energy recovery; (4) combustion for volume reduction; and (5) disposal in landfill facilities. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is required under the Illinois Solid Waste Management Act to publish an annual report 'regarding the projected disposal capacity availability for solid waste in sanitary landfills.' This is the seventh annual report prepared to meet the requirement. The information presented in this report reflects the reporting period April 1, 1992 - March 31, 1993.