||Test methods for injectable barriers /
Malone, P. G. ;
Larson, R. J. ;
May, J. H. ;
Boa, Jr, J. A. ;
||Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, MS.;Municipal Environmental Research Lab., Cincinnati, OH.
|| Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory ; Available from National Technical Information Service,
Pollution control equipment--Linings--Testing ;
Sanitary landfills--Linings--Testing ;
Hazardous waste sites--Design and construction ;
Ground water ;
Water flow ;
Hazardous materials ;
Performance evaluation ;
Pilot plants ;
Industrial wastes ;
Injection wells ;
Chemical wastes ;
Ground water movement ;
Path of pollutants
||Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown.
||ii, 20 leaves : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Grouts are becoming increasingly important in producing barriers to contaminated ground water flow at hazardous waste sites. Grouted barriers can be used at depths and under conditions where slurry trenches are impractical. To employ grouts to advantage at waste sites it is necessary to select materials that solidify or gel in the presence of industrial waste compounds that may be present; that are unaffected by aggressive chemical wastes; and that create impermeable barriers when injected into permeable units. A wide variety of test procedures have been employed in bench and pilot-scale evaluation of grouts.
"PB84-183631." "EPA Project Officer, Herbert R. Pahren." "To be presented at Fourth Annual Symposium on Hazardous and Industrial Solid Waste Testing, American Society for Testing and Materials, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, May 2-4, 1984." "IAG D96930581-01-1." Print reproduction.