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THE FATE OF TRACE METALS IN A ROTARY KILN INCINERATOR WITH A VENTURI/PACKED COLUMN SCRUBBER - VOLUME II: APPENDICES
Fournier Jr., D. J., W. E. Whitworth Jr., J. W. Lee, AND L. R. Waterland. THE FATE OF TRACE METALS IN A ROTARY KILN INCINERATOR WITH A VENTURI/PACKED COLUMN SCRUBBER - VOLUME II: APPENDICES. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C., EPA/600/2-90/043b (NTIS 90-263872), 1990.
A 5-week series of pilot-scale incineration tests, employing a synthetic waste feed, was performed at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Incineration Research Facility to evaluate the fate of trace metals fed to a rotary kiln incinerator equipped with a venturi scrubber/packed column scrubber. Completed were three tests to evaluate the valence state of chromium in emissions and discharges as a function of valence state in the feed and feed chlorine content, and eight tests to evaluate the fate of five hazardous constituent and four nonhazardous constituent trace metals as a function of incinerator operating temperatures and feed chlorine content. This volume contains the appendices, titled Incinerator operating data; Analytical laboratory reports; Sampling train data sheets; Vost GC/FID analysis procedure.