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Composition of leachates from actual hazardous waste sites
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Hazardous Waste Engineering Research Laboratory in Cincinnati, OH
Written in English
|Statement||J. Bramlett ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Bramlett, J, Hazardous Waste Engineering Research Laboratory|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p. ;|
The leachate considered in this study is from the hazardous waste landfill site at Ihlenberg, Germany; one of the largest and most advanced landfills in Europe. The site with a landfill area of hectares ( km 2) was commissioned in with a total capacity of 26 million cubic meters [ 17 ].Cited by: 3. controlled hazardous waste sites from which releases of hazardous materials is probable or has already occurred. Such sites are often aban-doned and are no more than open dumps. The sites are addressed by CERCLA. The technical aspects of identifying, assessing, and remediat-ing uncontrolled sites are reviewed in this sec-tion.
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The Hazardous Waste Empty Container Standard Why are containers that held hazardous wastes or products regulated? Residues that remain in a container that held hazardous waste, or that held chemical products that would be hazardous wastes when disposed, can still present health and safety risks to your employees, the public, and the environment. According to Białowiec () these emissions produce on average circa (range of 70–) m 3 of biogas per kg of municipal waste (related to dry matter weight) and about 5 m 3. ha −1.d −1 of severely contaminated leachates, depending on waste composition, climatic conditions etc.. The values approximately correspond to heavily Cited by: 1.
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As such a data base does not currently exist, the USEPA issued, under Contract NumberWork Assignment entitled "Composition of Leachates from Actual Hazardous Waste Sites".
The assignment or study objectives were to gather data on the composition of leachate from representative hazardous waste sites and assess the feasibility of formulating a synthetic leachate.
Introduction The Hazardous Waste Engineering Research Laboratory (HWERL) of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), is interested in determining the feasibility of formulating a synthetic hazardous waste leachate, representative of actual leachates for the purpose of testing containment liners that are currently available for use in landfills treatment, and disposal facilities.
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A hazardous waste landfill leachate data base covering some thirty leachates from eleven disposal sites has been developed. The sites cover a range of sizes, liner designs, waste types and leachate collection systems and the leachate data cover a Cited by: 6. A Review of the Composition of Leachates from Domestic Wastes in Landfill Sites Report (Great Britain.
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Leachate is defined as any contaminated liquid that is generated from water percolating through a solid waste disposal site, accumulating contaminants, and moving into subsurface areas.
A second source of leachate arises from the high moisture content of certain disposed wastes. Project Summary Characterization of Mine Leachates and the Development of a Ground-Water Monitoring Strategy for Mine Sites Russell H.
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Food waste can be utilized in ethanol production to a significant extent, but producing other higher alcohols needs extensive research. Site remediation planning and management / J. Andy Soesilo, Stephanie R. Wilson; Composition of leachates from actual hazardous waste sites [microform] / J.
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2 Science Report Improved definition of leachate source term from landfills Science Report Improved definition of leachate source term for landfills 5 The data collected suggests that hazardous waste leachates are more varied than UK co-disposal leachates, due to a greater effect of site-specific and waste-specific factors.
File Size: 5MB. Landfill leachate was collected from a hole dug 10 m away from the waste dump site for laboratory analysis. Soil samples were also collected from four trial pits in the dumpsites at the depth of 0. Composition of leachates from actual hazardous waste sites [microform] / J.
Bramlett [et al.] USEPA extraction method development study for trace metals in leachate [microform] / J. Maney and T.
Co Treatment of hazardous landfill leachates and contaminated groundwater [microform]:. In sites with large volumes of building waste, especially those containing gypsum plaster, the reaction of leachate with the gypsum can generate large volumes of hydrogen sulfide, which may be released in the leachate and may also form a large component of the landfill gas.
The physical appearance of leachate when it emerges from a typical landfill site is a strongly odoured black- yellow- or orange-coloured.
That is leachate and has been extracted by the leachate collection and pumping system. CC BY-NC-ND by jschoen Landfill leachate composition for United Kingdom Landfills was first published in the Waste Management Papers published by the UK Department of Environment.
Other articles where Leachate is discussed: hazardous-waste management: Secure landfills: have two impermeable liners and leachate collection systems. The double leachate collection system consists of a network of perforated pipes placed above each liner.
The upper system prevents the accumulation of leachate trapped in the fill, and the lower serves as a backup. Sanitary landfilling is the most common way to eliminate solid urban wastes. An important problem associated to landfills is the production of leachates.
The factors determining the characteristics of leachates from solid urban waste landfills are reviewed together with the reported compositions of leachates from various countries and origins. New data obtained from two landfills of different Cited by: Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Jenna Creech Podcast Intro Stats, 3e and Stats: Data and Models, 3e Groove Nation's Electronic Arena Podcast KomeilMasoumi's Podcast Le podcast d'Ariolix KovsieFM texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
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