British Armoured Recovery Vehicles + Wheels, Tracks & by Peter Chamberlain, N. W. Duncan

By Peter Chamberlain, N. W. Duncan

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1 Pollutant Retention and/or Retardation by Subsurface Soil Material One of the more significant problems to be encountered in assessment of the potential for pollutant plume migration is the sorption and chemical buffering capacity of the soil substrate. 3 illustrates the problem. A soil-engineered barrier has been used, in the example shown, to prevent waste leachate from penetrating the supporting substrate material. In most instances, prudent engineered soil-barrier design requires consideration of potential leachate breakthrough and formation of a pollutant plume.

14 45 Anisotropic and isotropic ped fabrics and total anisotropy/isotropy in REV. , those physical/mechanical properties pertinent to establishment of stability of soil materials used as engineered barriers and those properties involved in the “dig and dump” methods of contaminated site remediation. , Yong and Warkentin, 1975). For the purpose of this book, we are interested in those physical properties that impact directly on the transport of pollutants in the soil substrate, and the influence of contaminants on the integrity of compacted or natural soil.

Interpretation of the requirements for protection of public health and the environment can result in differing sets of design criteria for impoundment systems. 10 is seen to be somewhat different for various countries. Reconciliation between accepted practice and regulatory requirements is an absolute requirement. 10 21 Suggested minimum dimensions and properties for bottom liner system for municipal solid waste landfills. , 1997). , are clear examples of the need for environmental regulations designed to deal specifically with waste containment and management for the protection of public health and the environment.

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