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    STP1033

    Environmental Aspects of Stabilization and Solidification of Hazardous and Radioactive Wastes

    Côté P, Gilliam M
    Published: 1989


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    STP 1033 provides a unique perspective on stabilization and solidification research as performed by the hazardous and radioactive waste communities. These papers are grouped into 4 sections: Processes; Regulatory Aspects and Testing Methods; Laboratory Evaluation; and Large Scale Evaluation or Demonstration.


    Table of Contents

    Overview

    The Soliroc Process in North America: A Stabilization/Solidification Technology for the Treatment of Metal-Bearing Wastes with Reference to Extraction Procedure Toxicity Testing

    Systematic Approach for the Design of Pumpable, Cement-Based Grouts for Immobilization of Hazardous Wastes

    The Use of Bitumen in the Stabilization of Mixed Wastes

    Leaching and Comprehensive Regulatory Performance Testing of an Extruded Bitumen Containing a Surrogate, Sodium Nitrate-Based, Low-Level Waste

    Surface Encapsulation Process for Stabilizing Intractable Contaminants

    A Process for Solidifying Sodium Nitrate Waste in Polyethylene

    Development of a Composite Polyethylene—Fiberglass-Reinforced-Plastic High-Integrity Container for Disposal of Low-Level Radioactive Waste

    Nuclear Regulatory Commission Regulations and Experience with Solidification/Stabilization Technology

    Characterization and Control of Solidified Radioactive Wastes According to the Italian Rules: Organization of a Characterization Facility and First Results

    A Quality-Assurance Procedure for Use at Treatment Plants to Predict the Long-Term Suitability of Cement-Based Solidified Hazardous Wastes Deposited in Landfill Sites

    A Critical Review of Evaluation Procedures for Stabilization/Solidification Processes

    Leaching Characteristics of Construction Materials and Stabilization Products Containing Waste Materials

    Extraction Procedure Toxicity and Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure Extractions of Industrial and Solidified Hazardous Waste

    Leaching Characteristics of Selected Elements from Coal Fly Ash as a Function of the Acidity of the Contact Solution and the Liquid/Solid Ratio

    Evaluating the Freeze-Thaw Durability of Portland Cement-Stabilized-Solidified Heavy Metal Waste Using Acoustic Measurements

    Development of a Liquid Release Tester

    Comparative Studies of Metal Containment in Solidified Matrices by Scanning and Transmission Electron Microscopy

    A Physical Testing Program for Stabilized Metal Hydroxide Sludges

    Experimental Evaluation of Limiting Factors for Leaching Mechanism in Solidified Hazardous Wastes

    Column Leach Testing of Phenol and Trichloroethylene Stabilized/Solidified with Portland Cement

    A Study of Tritium Release from Encapsulated Titanium Tritide Accelerator Targets

    Metal Immobilization by Solidification of Hydroxide and Xanthate Sludges

    The Use of Activated Charcoal and Tetra-Alkylammonium-Substituted Clays in Cement-Based Stabilization/Solidification of Phenols and Chlorinated Phenols

    Solubility and Stability of Inorganic Iodides: Candidate Waste Forms for Iodine-129

    Leaching-Induced Concentration Profiles in the Solid Phase of Cement

    Strategy for Management of Mixed Wastes at the West Valley Demonstration Project

    Leaching Low-Level Radioactive Waste in Simulated Disposal Conditions

    Stabilization of Mixed Waste at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory

    Influence of Hydrologic Factors on Leaching of Solidified Low-Level Waste Forms at an Arid-Site Field-Scale Lysimeter Facility

    Experience Acquired in the Field of Long-Term Leaching Tests on Blocks of Radioactive Waste

    Large-Scale Demonstration of Low-Level Waste Solidification in Saltstone

    Field Testing of Waste Forms Using Lysimeters

    In Situ Grouting of Shallow Landfill Radioactive Waste Trenches

    Author Index

    Subject Index


    Committee: D34

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1033-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5090-4

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1261-2

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