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Assessment of Contaminant Release Rates and Potentials from Solidified/Stabilized Municipal Waste Combustion Residues.
Background Information for the Leaching Environmental Assessment Framework (LEAF) Test Methods.
Characterization of mercury-enriched coal combustion residues from electric utilities using enhanced sorbents for mercury control [electronic resource] /
Comparison of Five Solidification/Stabilization Processes for Treatment of Municipal Waste Combustion Residues. Part 1. Physical Testing.
Comparison of Solidification/Stabilization Processes for Treatment of Municipal Waste Combustion Residues. Part 2. Leaching Properties.
Development of Criteria for Utilization of MWC Residues in Construction Applications.
Impact of Decision-Making Strategies and Communiction Processes on the Public Acceptability of Municipal Waste Combustion Residue Utilization in the United States.
Inter-Laboratory Validation of the Leaching Environmental Assessment Framework (LEAF) Method 1314 and Method 1315.
Interlaboratory Validation of the Leaching Environmental Assessment Framework (LEAF) Method 1313 and Method 1316.
Leaching Behavior of 'AGREMAX' Collected from a Coal-Fired Power Plant in Puerto Rico.
Slurry-Based Biotreatment of Polyaryl Contaminants Sorbed onto Soil.
Trace elements, leaching and health risks from municipal waste combustion ash /
Treatment of Hazardous Landfill Leachates and Contaminated Groundwater.
United States Environmental Protection Agency municipal waste combustion residue solidification/stabilization evaluation program /
Vitrification of Municipal Solid Waste Combustion Air Pollution Control Residues Using Corning, Inc. Process.
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