STP1081

    Assessment of Current Chemical Compatibility Test Methods Used to Evaluate Geotextile, Geonets and Pipe

    Published: Jan 1990


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    Abstract

    Chemical compatibility testing of geosynthetics material used in waste management facilities is necessary to assess the compatibility of these materials with the liquid they will contact. EPA Method 9090 only addresses specific test methods to be used for geomembranes. Geosynthetic testing laboratories have adapted this method to test geotextiles, geonets, and pipe. Current test practices for these materials are reviewed. Advantages and disadvantages to specific methods are discussed.

    Keywords:

    chemical compatibility, geosynthetic, geotextile, geonet, pipe, test methods


    Author Information:

    Verschoor, KL
    Program ManagerEngineer Scientists, TRI/Environmental, Inc.TRIEnvironmental, Inc, Austin, Texas

    White, DF
    Program ManagerEngineer Scientists, TRI/Environmental, Inc.TRIEnvironmental, Inc, Austin, Texas

    Allen, SR
    Program ManagerEngineer Scientists, TRI/Environmental, Inc.TRIEnvironmental, Inc, Austin, Texas


    Paper ID: STP19033S

    Committee/Subcommittee: D35.10

    DOI: 10.1520/STP19033S


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