Use of Paper Clay as a Barrier for Treatment of Contaminated Ground Water / HK. Moo-Young, MJ. Gallagher, A. Amadon, J. Polaski, M. Wolfe
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- Geotechnics of High Water Content Materials (1999 : Memphis, Tennessee)
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- Wolfe, M., Amadon, A., Gallagher, MJ., Moo-Young, HK., Polaski, J., American Society for Testing and Materials, and ASTM International
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- As Superfund approaches its twentieth anniversary, it has become clear that many commonly employed ground water remediation methods have not been successful. Active methods such as ¿̐ưpump and treat¿̐ư have been shown to be effective only during operational time frames, and once discontinued, contaminants often reach pre-treatment levels. As a result, governmental agencies and the industry are looking to containment of pollution as a better long-term solution. The research presented here begins to take containment to the next level, by offering a treatment component through passive remediation. The objective of the current research was to determine the feasibility of utilizing paper mill sludge, a wastewater treatment residual, as a sorbent of heavy metals in water.
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- Volume 2000, Issue 1374 (January 2000)
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