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Interference mechanisms in waste stabilization/solidification processes

Interference mechanisms in waste stabilization/solidification processes

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory in Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sewage disposal plants -- Environmental aspects.,
  • Sewage -- Purification.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLarry W. Jones.
    ContributionsRisk Reduction Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17678356M

    by selection of chemical additive and its share in the mixture (waste/additives). The process of S/S has a reasonable use in liquid waste or waste with a high content of liquid phase with impossible disposal on the landfills without prior treatment. These processes can be performed in-situ - on the location of hazardous waste and ex-situ - in. Stabilization and Solidification of Hazardous, Radioactive, and Mixed Wastes, 2nd Volume T. Michael Gdliam and Carlton C. Wiles ASTM Publication Code Number (PCN) AsTM Race Street Philadelphia, PA

    @article{osti_, title = {Ordinary portland cement based solidification of toxic wastes: The role of OPC reviewed}, author = {Hills, C D and Sollars, C J and Perry, R}, abstractNote = {A mixed waste stream, which is commercially solidified, has been solidified in the laboratory using OPC and PFA (pulverized fly ash) in a variety of mix proportions. These cement processes can result in major volume changes to the site, often up to double its original volume. Projects Sydney Tar Ponds. The governments of Canada and the province of Nova Scotia agreed in January to clean up the infamous Sydney Tar Ponds contaminated site using S/S technology. Cement was mixed into the contaminated waste.

    STP provides a unique perspective on stabilization and solidification research as performed by the hazardous and radioactive waste communities. These papers are grouped into 4 sections: Processes; Regulatory Aspects and Testing Methods; Laboratory Evaluation; and Large Scale Evaluation or Demonstration. waste on the environment (soil, surface wa-ter, groundwater) and indirectly on flora, fauna and human health. This paper presents the results of previ-ous research the application of S/S processes on different types of waste. Also, the effi-ciency of additives, depending on the ratio and type of waste, is shown. The aim of.


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The stabilization/solidification (S/S) of hazardous wastes involves a series of chemical treatment procedures. The wastes are normally treated to comp Cited by: Title: Interference Mechanisms in Waste Stabilization/Solidification Processes | US EPA ARCHIVE DOCUMENT Author: US EPA, OSWER, Office of Resource Conservation and.

entrap the waste material in a solid and/or crystalline matrix (solidification). Hazardous wastes contain many constituents that could Interfere with the binding process. This project 1s concerned with identifying possible interference mechanisms between particular waste components and commercially available waste-binding systems.

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Stabilization and solidification (S/S) is a soil remediation process by which contaminants are rendered immobile through reactions with additives or processes. During this process, also called immobilization, fixation, or encapsulation, contaminants may be chemically bound or encapsulated into a matrix.

4 compare the basic properties of waste forms produced in the four processes from six different waste types of primary interest to EM, all low-level mixed waste (LLMW). In addition to waste form properties, various engineering parameters are compared for each process in File Size: KB.

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In doing so, Tables through 1- 4 compare the basic properties of waste forms produced in the four processes from six different waste types of primary interest to EM, all low-level mixed waste (LLMW). In addition to waste form properties, various engineering parameters are compared for each process in Tables through This document discusses waste stabilization and solidification processes in order to consider the appropriateness of several processes for specific low-level mixed waste (LLMW) categories.

You may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on. The aim of this study was to geochemically and mineralogically assess materials from two already closed pits.

Total testing and leachate testing (Equilibrium Leach Test and Sequential Leach Test) of topsoil, waste stabilized with lime and underlying rock was performed on composite by: 3. Solidification can be accomplished by mechanical processes or by a chemical reaction between a waste and binding (solidifying) reagents, such as cement, kiln dust, or lime/fly ash (EPA ).

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For radioactive waste, there is concern about the likelihood of liner deterioration, liner penetration, and leaching over the long-term, as well as risks associated with the possible excavation, handling, and transportation of radioactive waste.

In situ S/S may not be suitable for some sites because gamma radiation might not be reduced. Purchase Stabilization and Solidification of Hazardous Wastes - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Land disposal of liquid waste or solid-form waste with a free liquid portion is prohibited by RCRA land disposal restrictions.

S/S is often used to solidify liquids so that the waste can be land disposed. RCRA policy requires that free liquids be chemically bound.[USEPA ].

Portland cement is often used as the S/SCited by: 9. Nine distinct innovative processes or groups of processes include: (1) bituminization, (2) emulsified asphalt, (3) modified sulfur cement, (4) polyethylene extrusion, (5) pozzolan/Portland cement, (6) radioactive waste solidification, (7) sludge stabilization, (8)soluble phosphates, and (9) vitrification/molten glass.

Stabilization and Solidification of Hazardous, Radioactive, and Mixed Wastes provides comprehensive information including case studies, selection criteria, and regulatory considerations on waste.

Clearly, where an opportunity torecover a waste exists, then disposal or treatment may not be the appropriate measure Cross-Media Transfer Potential Under dry and/or windy environmental conditions, both ex situ and in situ S/S processes are likely to generatefugitive dusts.

S/S processes can produce gases, including vapors that are.This study focuses on the treatment of heavy metal ions and achieving enhancement of river sediment, which is rich in organics. Fulvic acid was used as the main representative of organics in which to study the transfer of Cu2+, Zn2+ ions in the electroosmotic system, in both the absence and presence of organics.

In addition, the effects of the experiment parameters (i.e., voltages.