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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Waste/soil treatability studies for four complex industrial wastes : methodologies and results. Volume 2. Waste loading impacts on soil degradation, transformation, and immobilization /|
|Author||Sims, Ronald C. ; Sorensen, D. L. ; Doucette, W. J. ; Hastings, L. L.|
|CORP Author||Utah Water Research Lab., Logan.;Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Lab., Ada, OK.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Robert S. Kerr Environmental Research Laboratory,|
|Report Number||EPA/600/6-86/003B; EPA-R-810979|
|Subjects||Factory and trade waste--Environmental aspects. ; Hazardous wastes. ; Waste disposal in the ground.|
|Additional Subjects||Hazardous materials ; Industrial waste treatment ; Soils ; Interactions ; Tests ; Sludge ; Emulsion muds ; Wood preservatives ; Creosote ; Phenols ; Chlorohydrocarbons ; Degradation ; Chemical reactions ; Assessments ; Resource Conservation and Recovery Act ; Organic loading ; Soil treatability|
|Collation||255 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm|
The two-volume report presents information pertaining to quantitative evaluation of the soil treatment potential resulting from waste-soil interaction studies for four specific wastes listed under Section 3001 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. Volume 2 contains results from bench-scale waste-soil interaction studies; degradation, transformation, and immobilization data are presented for four specific wastes: API separator sludge, slop oil emulsion solids, pentachlorophenol wood preserving waste, and creosote wood preserving waste. The scope of the study involved assessment of the potential for treatment of these hazardous wastes using soil as the treatment medium.
"EPA/600/6-86/003a"--V. 1. "EPA/600/6-86/003b"--V. 2. "PB87-111738"--V. 1. "PB87-111746"--V. 2. "October 1986." Microfiche.
v. l. Literature assessment, waste/soil characterization, loading rate selection -- v. 2. waste loading impacts on soil degradation, transformation, and immobilization.