||Compatibility of grouts with hazardous wastes /
Spooner, P. A. ;
Hunt, G. E. ;
Hodge, V. E. ;
Wagner, P. M.
||United States. Environmental Protection Agency.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
Grout (Mortar) ;
Hazardous wastes ;
Hazardous materials ;
Chemical compounds ;
Solid waste disposal ;
Chemical properties ;
Physical properties ;
Performance evaluation ;
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||Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA
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||xi, 141 pages : illustrations
A study was conducted to determine the known information on the compatibility of grouts with different classes of chemicals. The information gathered here can be used as a basis for testing and selecting grouts to be used at specific waste disposal sites with various leachates. Twelve different types of grouts are included in this study; their inclusion is based on their availability and use in waterproofing and soil consolidation projects. The known effects of each chemical class on the setting time and durability of each grout are identified and presented in a matrix. These data were based on a review of the available literature and contact with knowledgeable persons in industries, universities, and government agencies. The physical and chemical properties, reaction theory, and known chemical compatibility of each grout type are discussed.