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Attenuation of pollutants in municipal landfill leachate by clay minerals

Griffin, Robert A.

Attenuation of pollutants in municipal landfill leachate by clay minerals

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Published by Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Cincinnati, Ohio, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clay minerals -- Illinois -- Du Page County.,
  • Soil pollution.,
  • Fills (Earthwork)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby R.A. Griffin and N.F. Shimp.
    SeriesEnvironmental protection technology series ; EPA-600/2-78-157, Research reporting series -- EPA-600/2-78-157.
    ContributionsShimp, Neil F., Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 147 p. :
    Number of Pages147
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17647893M

      The clay minerals content in all three soils are similar. Both PEA3 and CEA3 have high carbonate contents and low organic matter content—in comparison to NEA4. W. A. White, and G. M. Hughes Attenuation of Pollutants in Municipal Landfill leachate by Passage through Clay Environmental Science and Technology 10 S. K. Gupta. According to recent federal regulations (US EPA, ), the minimal municipal solid waste (MSW) landfill requirements include a composite liner of compacted soil and plastic membrane, a leachate collection and removal system (LCRS) designed in concept to remove leachate generated in the landfill, and a low-permeability cover to be placed on the. Landfill leachates are potential threats for environmental degradation. This study was conducted to determine the leachate quality, to identify the dominant pollutants and to evaluate the leachate pollution potential of an active and closed dumping ground of an uncontrolled municipal solid waste landfill site in Kolkata, India using leachate pollution index. Leachate Characterization and Assessment of Water Pollution near Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Site MERWAN RATHOD1,*, HARSHIT MISHRA1, SUBHANKAR KARMAKAR1 1Centre for Environmental Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India, e-mail: [email protected]) AbstractFile Size: KB.


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Attenuation of pollutants in municipal landfill leachate by clay minerals by Griffin, Robert A. Download PDF EPUB FB2

EPA/ August ATTENUATION OF POLLUTANTS IN MUNICIPAL LANDFILL LEACHATE BY CLAY MINERALS by R. Griffin and N. Shimp Illinois State Geological Survey Natural Resources Attenuation of pollutants in municipal landfill leachate by clay minerals book.

Urbana, Illinois Contract No. Project Officer Mike H. Roulier Solid and Hazardous Waste Research Division Municipal. @article{osti_, title = {Attenuation of pollutants in municipal landfill leachate by clay minerals. Final report Dec Aug 75}, author = {Griffin, R.A. and Shimp, N.F.}, abstractNote = {The first part of this project was a laboratory column study of attenuation of pollutants in municipal solid waste landfill leachate by mixtures of sand and calcium-saturated clays.

Attenuation of pollutants in municipal landfill leachate by clay minerals. Cincinnati, Ohio: Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory ; Springfield, Va.: For sale by the National Technical Information Service, (OCoLC) Material Type.

Attenuation of pollutants in municipal landfill leachate by clay minerals. Urbana: Illinois State Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert A Griffin; Illinois State Geological Survey.

Attenuation of Pollutants in Municipal Landfill Leachate by Clay Minerals: Part 2 - Heavy-Metal Adsorption [Griffin, R. A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Attenuation of Pollutants in Municipal Landfill Leachate by Clay Minerals: Part 2 - Heavy-Metal AdsorptionAuthor: R. Griffin. ATTENUATIONOFPOLLUTANTSINMUNICIPAL LANDFILLLEACHATEBYCLAYMINERALS Part2—Heavy-MetalAdsorption n, on, ABSTRACT.

The first part of this project was a laboratory column study of attenuation of pollutants in municipal solid waste landfill leachate by mixtures of sand and calcium-saturated clays. K, NH4, Mg, Si, and Fe were moderately attenuated; and the heavy metals Pb, Cd, Hg, and Zn were strongly attenuated even in columns with small amounts of clay.

Abstract. Organic pollutants are considered to to constitute the major risk to the groundwater quality of old landfills. Studies at two Danish landfills indicate that natural attenuation is substantial, limiting the distribution of the organic pollutants to a few hundred meters distance from the by: 1.

Project Record – Attenuation of organic contaminants in leachate by mineral landfill liners 5 Contents 1 Introduction 15 2 Characteristics of UK landfills 16 UK landfill leachates 16 Introduction 16 Municipal solid waste/Non-hazardous landfill 16 Mechanical biological pre-treatment 12 5 Textural Class and Clay (>2y) Mineral Composition 13 6 Partitioning of Material in the Municipal Waste-type Landfill Used to Generate Leachate 17 7 Ranges of Constituents Detected in the Natural Leachate Generated from Municipal Solid Waste and Used in the Soil Column Research (pH ) 18 8 Effect of Various Collection Treatments on.

The chemical attenuation of inorganic contaminants in methanogenic landfill leachate, spiked with heavy metals (Cd, Cd, Ni and Zn), by two UK clay liner materials was compared in laboratory. The migration of leachate contaminants here is substantially shallower than the hundred metres in sandstone and sandy overburden materials determined by Butler et al.

(), Christensen et. For example, the Saco Municipal Landfill near Saco, Maine, a Superfund Site, has a plume of arsenic with concentrations as high as mg/L (micrograms per liter). USGS studies on the geochemistry of the leachate plume at the Saco Landfill have shown that the source of the arsenic is not the landfill, but appears to be the sediments the plume.

Evaluation of the attenuating properties of selected Greek clays for toxic inorganic elements in landfill sites it is simple then with the help of Table 5 and Fig. 5 to obtain an approximate preliminary estimate of the attenuation capacities of any clay material in N.F.

ShimpsAttenuation of pollutants in municipal landfill leachate by Cited by: 7. Attenuation of organic contaminants in leachate by mineral landfill liners Ref: LIT PDF, MB, 68 pages This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology. Attenuation of pollutants in municipal landfill leachate by clay minerals, Part I, column leaching and field verification, Illinois State Geol.

Surv., Environ. Geol. N 34 PP Griffin, R. A., et al. Attenuation of pollutants in municipal landfill leachate by clay minerals, Part 2, heavy metal adsorption, Illinois State Geol. Surv. Attenuation of municipal landfill leachate through land treatment. the plant growth with the spray roots is effective in the elimination of leachate pollutants.

The plant growth regards to the Rhizosphere which is the gathering place of microorganisms and the level of the biological activities are high, with the coexistence between the Cited by: 1. Introduction.

The threat to groundwater and surface water quality from the uncontrolled migration of leachate is a significant environmental impact of solid waste landfills Williams,Kjeldsen, To provide greater protection of water resources from this risk, landfills in the UK are now designed to contain leachate within engineered lined sites (Murray et al., ).Cited by:   Landfill Leachate Dilute and Disperse Philosophy.

Landfills in the UK, built before the mid ’s were typically designed on a principle of dilute and disperse (EA, / Brown Book). The location of such sites was chosen so that the attenuation capacity of the underlying strata was sufficient to remediate the impact of the waste mass. This paper presents the results of monitoring the shallow groundwater quality around two municipal landfill sites in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia.

Boreholes were installed at Dhahran and Juaymah sites upstream and downstream of the landfill. Twenty water samples were collected from each borehole and analyzed for various parameters mainly for Cited by: designed to restrict the release of pollutants to the surrounding environment.

In accordance with the requirements of the Landfill Directive, these systems generally include a synthetic liner underlain by a mineral layer and a geological barrier. These liner systems act by reducing the flow of leachate from the site, with the.

Presentation by Morton A. Barlaz Dept of Civil Engineering, NC State University Identifies and illustrates monitoring philosophy and key parameters in managing bioreactor landfill sites.

Keywords bioreactor landfill, solid waste, waste management, leachate collection, refuse composition, municipal solid waste, MSW, landfill gas, Morton A.

BarlazFile Size: KB. LEACHATE CONTAMINATION POTENTIAL OF UNLINED MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILL SITES BY LEACHATE POLLUTION INDEX Barjinder Bhalla1*, M.S. Saini2 and M.K. Jha3 1 Scientist C, Pushpa Gujral Science City, Kapurthala, Punjab, India 2Director, Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana-Punjab, India 3Professor, Department of File Size: KB.

Investigation on potential groundwater impacts and influence of local hydrogeology on natural attenuation of leachate at a municipal landfill *E. Longe, L. Enekwechi Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka, Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria Int. Environ. Sci. Tech., 4 (1):ISSN: treatment of municipal solid waste landfill leachate waste water by fenton process.

Hydrogen peroxide and swarf is used as fenton reagent for the oxidation of pollutants. Fenton process is most effective in degradation of biodegradable and. Many municipal treatment plants cannot accept landfill leachate due to trea tment or discharge constraints.

In addition to waste water treatment facility constraints, trucking large volumes of leachate may not be practical. The following is intended to provide guidance on adequate land treatment of landfill leachate systems.

Introduction. present in the landll leachate, which signic antly a ects the sorption and transport of various pollutants in soils [ ], and adsorption of DOM onto clay minerals in soils is an important process in the natural environment.

A er soils were contaminated by landll leachate, certain functional groups of DOM could form complex with clay minerals. The burial of municipal solid waste in landfills is the most common disposal alternative in most countries. Landfill leachate is generated by excess rainwater percolating through the waste layers in a landfill.

A combination of physical, chemical, and microbial processes in the waste transfer pollutants from the waste. Leachate (simple sample of landfill leachate) and surface water samples were taken statically (in spots) into the prescribed sample containers. After sampling, the samples susceptible to change (samples used for the determination of metals) were fixed in order to maintain the oxidation states using about 1 mL of concentrated HNO by: 6.

Physico-chemical and microbiological parameters were analyzed in leachate and groundwater samples obtained at different locations adjacent to a municipal solid waste landfill in order to assess the impact of leachate percolation on groundwater quality. Total dissolved solids (TDS), electrical conductivity (EC), and Na+ exceeded the World Health Organization (WHO) Cited by: Modelling of groundwater contamination by landfill leachate S.

Top, G. Varank, A. Demir, E. Sekman & M. Bilgili Department of Environmental Engineering, Yildiz Technical University, Turkey Abstract The objective of this study is to investigate the transport of phenolic compounds existing in leachate through landfill liner systems by.

landfill leachate, the US EPA () adopted a “dry tomb” approach for the landfilling of municipal solid wastes. These “Subtitle D” requirements specify isolation of the wastes within a plastic-sheeting and compacted-clay-lined tomb, collection of leachate, monitoring of. Selection of the study area: The study was conducted at Rowfabad landfill in the Chittagong City Corporation (CCC) of Bangladesh.

There are 41 wards (administrative areas) in CCC (Rahman et al., ).The study area selection was purposive ().Sampling of surface water, ground water and leachate: Sample water was collected in a 1 L plastic bottle and filled the total volume of the.

Leachate, a high-strength wastewater, generated from the dumps poses a serious contamination risk to groundwater. This work was therefore done to assess the impacts of leachate percolation on groundwater quality and evaluate its toxicity using the African : Adeolu Aderemi. The study aimed to assess the effect of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) leachate on ground water quality by using water quality index (WQI) in Thiruvananthapuram corporation area, Kerala, India.

Ground water samples were collected from dug wells 1 kilometer around the MSW dumping site and control samples from 10 kilometer away from the site both in two seasons (pre monsoon. INTRODUCTION. Within the last many years there have actually been major advances in the variety, engineering and control of landfill sites; however it is still a fact that at many sites the generation of very polluting sanitary landfill leachates is still the significant possible environmental problem to be conquered.

Adsorption of As(V), As(III), and Se(IV) anions from municipal landfill leachate solutions by the clay minerals kaolinite and montmorillonite is strongly dependent upon solution pH. The H 2 AsO 4 - and HSeO - 3 ions are the apparent primary As(V) and Se(IV) species being adsorbed by.

What is Leachate?. “The liquid formed when rain water filters through wastes placed in a landfill. When this liquid comes in contact with buried wastes, it leaches, or draws out, chemicals or constituents from those wastes”. USEPA Keywords: modelling, leachate, phenolic compounds, groundwater contamination.

1 Introduction Leachates from municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills and various discarded products contain a wide mixture of chemical pollutants as dissolved organic matter; inorganic macro components; heavy metals; xenobiotic organic compounds [1].Author: Selin Top, Gamze Varank, Ahmet Demir, Elif Sekman, Mehmet Bilgili.

Attenuation of Pollutants in Municipal Landfill Leachate by Clay Minerals: Part 1 - Column Leaching and Field Verification (Illinois State Geological Survey Environmental Geology Notes Number 78).

Foresman and Company, Chicago, Hard Cover. Condition: Poor. The book is pretty well worn, corners and spine ends are rounded and worn. FROM THE PREFACESanitary landfills are the most widely utilized method of solid waste disposal around the world.

With increased use and public awareness of this method of disposal, there is much concern with respect to the pollution potential of the landfill leachate. Depending on the composition and extent of decomposition of the refuse and hydrological factors, the /5(2).Treatment of Municipal Landfill Leachate by Oxidants.

yard at Deonar in Mumbai, India and was brought to Envi-ronmental Laboratory, IIT Bombay, India. The leachate was stored at 4℃ in cold room till experimentation. The charac-terisation of leachate was done as per standard methods[14].

OxidantsCited by: the landfill based on zones, depth and weather around the. Pattern of Characteristics of Leachate Generation from Municipal Solid Waste Landfill by Lysimeter Experiment. Kasam, Sarto, Siti Syamsiah, and Agus Prasetya.

International Journal of Environmental Science and Development, Vol. 7, No. 10, October doi: /ijesd File Size: KB.