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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Technology evaluation report: SITE program demonstration test : Soliditech, Inc., solidification/stabilization process /|
|Author||Grube, Walter E.|
|CORP Author||PRC Environmental Management, Inc., Chicago, IL.;Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Risk Reduction Engineering Lab.|
|Publisher||Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,|
|Report Number||EPA/540/5-89/005B; EPA-68-03-3484|
|Subjects||Stabilizing agents--Testing. ; Waste disposal in the ground--Environmental aspects--New Jersey. ; Hazardous waste sites--New Jersey.|
|Additional Subjects||Waste treatment ; Hazardous materials ; Solidification ; Stabilization ; Performance evaluation ; Data processing ; Tables(Data) ; Quality assurance ; Quality control ; Field tests ; Cements ; Leaching ; Permeability ; Physical tests ; Chemical tests ; Experimental design ; Metals ; Greases ; Oils ; Technology utilization ; Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation Program ; Soliditech process ; Polychlorinated biphenyls ; Urrichem ; Encapsulation ; Environmental transport|
|Collation||675 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm.|
The primary objective of the Soliditech, Inc. solidification/stabilization demonstration was to develop reliable performance and cost information. The demonstration took place at the Imperial Oil Company/Champion Chemical Company Superfund site in Morganville, New Jersey. Contamination at this site includes PCBs, various metals, and oil and grease. The Soliditech process mixes the waste material with Urrichem, a proprietary reagent; proprietary additives; pozzolanic materials or cement (cement was used for the demonstration); and water, in an open-topped concrete mixer. The technical criteria used to evaluate the effectiveness of the Soliditech process were contaminant mobility, based upon leaching and permeability tests; and the structural integrity of the solidified material, based upon physical and morphological tests. The treated wastes had significant structural integrity, low permeability, and higher bulk density than the untreated wastes. pH values of the treated wastes were highly influenced by alkalinity of the portland cement added during treatment. Documentation will consist of two reports. This one is the Application Analysis Report that provides an interpretation of the data, and discusses the potential applicability of the technology.
"Prepared for the EPA's Superfund Innovative Technology Evaluation (SITE) Program by ... PRC Environmental Management, Inc. ... and ... Radian Corporation under contract no. 68-03-3483"--Vol. 1, p. xv. Shipping list no.: 90-174-P. "February 1990." Includes bibliographical references (pages 119-120)-Vol. 1. "EPA/540/5-89/005b." Microfiche.