STP1081

    Practical Aspects of Evaluating the Chemical Compatibility of Geomembranes for Waste Containment Applications

    Published: Jan 1990


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    Abstract

    Chemical compatibility testing (EPA Method 9090) has been applied to many combinations of natural and synthetic leachates and geomembranes. A number of commercial laboratories are currently performing the method, and significant experience has been gained in its application. This paper will describe some practical aspects of chemical compatibility testing which have implications for proper selection of materials for hazardous waste containment.

    Keywords:

    Chemical compatibility, geomembrane, liner, waste containment, EPA Method 9090


    Author Information:

    White, DF
    Materials Laboratory ManagerProgram Manager for Geosynthetics, TRI Environmental, Inc.TRI Environmental, Inc., Austin, TX

    Verschoor, KL
    Materials Laboratory ManagerProgram Manager for Geosynthetics, TRI Environmental, Inc.TRI Environmental, Inc., Austin, TX


    Paper ID: STP19021S

    Committee/Subcommittee: D35.10

    DOI: 10.1520/STP19021S


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