Stabilization and Solidification of Hazardous, Radioactive, and Mixed Wastes: 3rd Volume

    Gilliam TM, Wiles CC
    Published: 1996

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    Stabilization and solidification (S/S) technologies have been used for decades as a final treatment step prior to the disposal of radioactive and chemically hazardous wastes. STP 1240 provides you with the latest technical exchange of S/S information available from both of these scientific communities.

    The majority of papers addresses leachability and durability, the two principal issues associated with long-term containment prospects of waste treated with this technology. 47 papers in 7 sections cover: Basic Considerations in the Application of Vitrification Technologies • Organic Wastes • Mechanisms of Containment • Process Technology Development and Evaluation (Parts I and II) • Emerging Technologies • Field Application and Full-Scale Testing.

    For remedial cleanup contractors, hazardous waste treatment and cleaning consultants, professors and researchers of hazardous waste.

    Table of Contents

    Basic Considerations in the Application of Vitrification Technologies
    Pegg I.

    Laboratory Equipment and Data Interpretation Method for Predicting Volatile Emissions During Solidification
    Hinsenveld M., Jensen R., Su H.

    Evaluation of Solidification/Stabilization for Treating Explosives Contaminated Soils
    Channell M., Cullinane M.

    Immobilization of Low Level Hazardous Organics Using Recycled Materials
    Conner J., Smith F.

    Morphology and pH Changes in Leached Solidified/Stabilized Waste Forms
    Bishop P., Cheng K.

    Mechanisms of Metal Containment Resulting from the Solidification of a Commercially Produced Stabilized Waste
    Cheeseman C., Perry R., Sollars C.

    Chemical Characterization of Pore Water of a Solidified Hazardous Waste
    Batchelor B., Trussell S.

    Microbially Influenced Degradation of Cement-Solidified Low-Level Radioactive Waste Forms
    Hamilton M., McConnell J., Rogers R., Veeh R.

    Influence of Silica Fume on the Immobilization Properties of Cementitious Mortars Exposed to Freeze-Thaw Cycles
    Medici F., Merli C., Quaresima R., Scoccia G., Volpe R.

    Stabilization of Heavy Metals in Portland Cement Matrix: Effects on Paste Properties
    Bhatty J., West P.

    Alkali-Slag Cements For the Immobilization Of Radioactive Wastes
    Day R., Shi C.

    Evaluation of Alternative Drilling Technologies and Subsurface Confinement Barriers for Single Shell Tanks at Hanford
    Acheson W., Johnson H., Overbey W., Towers T., Wentzel K.

    Performance of Cementitious Containment Barriers
    Allan M., Kukacka L.

    Preliminary Tests of an Infrared Process Monitor for Polyethylene Encapsulation of Radioactive Waste
    Jones R., Kalb P., McClelland J., Wright S.

    Remediation of Lead-Contaminated Soils at Small Arms Ranges
    Gavaskar A., Heath J., Means J., Nelson B.

    The Effect of Graphite Venting on ISV Processing of Low Permeability Soils
    Farnsworth R., Gardner B.

    Summary of U.S. EPA Research on Solidified/stabilized Waste Form Long-Term Durability
    Kirk D.

    Using Mixture Experiments to Develop Cementitious Waste Forms
    Anderson C., Piepel G., Spence R.

    Sulfur Polymer Cement, a Final Waste form for Radioactive and Hazardous Wastes
    Darnell G.

    Lab-Scale Tests on ISV Vapor Transport Phenomena
    Farnsworth R., Gardner B.

    Mixed Waste Solidification Testing on Polymer and Cement-Based Waste forms in Support of Hanford's WRAP 2A Facility
    Burbank D., Weingardt K.

    Vitrification of Lead Contained in Lead Based Organic Coatings Using Thermal Spray Technology
    Covey S., Kumar A., Petreanu J.

    Thermoplastic Encapsulation Treatability Study for a Mixed Waste Incinerator Off-Gas Scrubbing Solution
    Adams J., Burns H., Kalb P., Meyer M.

    Critical Parameters and TCLP Performance of the RFP Microwave Solidification System
    Eschen V., Fenner G., Splett D., Sprenger G.

    Flow-Through Leach Testing Applied to Stabilized/Solidified Wastes
    Butcher E., Cheeseman C., Perry R., Sollars C.

    Property Changes of Cement-Based Waste Forms During Leaching
    Bishop P., Cheng K.

    Experimental and Theoretical Studies for Assessing the Retention Capacity of Cement Stabilized Materials for Land Disposal
    Balzamo S., Castellano L., De Angelis G.

    Ultrasonic Agitation Method for Accelerating Batch Leaching Tests
    Caldwell R., Chao C., Stegemann J.

    Evaluation of Contaminant Leachability Factors by Comparison of Treatability Study Data for Multiple Solidified/Stabilized Materials
    Barth E., Erickson P.

    Summary of Technical Resource Document on Solidification/Stabilization and Its Application to Waste Materials
    Brauning S., Mashni C., Means J., Nehring K., Smith L., Wiles C.

    Bulk Site Reference Materials
    Barich J., Jones R.

    Field Validation of Test Methods for Solidified Waste Evaluation - A Status Report
    Caldwell R., Shi C., Stegemann J.

    Leaching Behavior of Polyethylene Encapsulated Nitrate Waste
    Fuhrmann M., Kalb P.

    Stabilization/Solidification (S/S) of Heavy Metal Contaminated Soils by Means of a Quicklime-Based Treatment Approach
    Dermatas D., Meng X.

    Recycling Contaminated Spent Blasting Abrasives in Portland Cement Mortars Using Solidification/Stabilization Technology
    Carrasquillo R., Fowler D., Garner A., Loehr R., Salt B.

    Use of the Shrinking Core / Exposure Model to Describe the Leachability from Cement Stabilized Wastes
    Bishop P., Hinsenveld M.

    Performance Modeling of Concrete/Metal Barriers Used in Low-Level Waste Disposal
    Chau N., Godbee H., Icenhour A., Shuman R., Tharp M.

    Abrasive Blast Material Utilization in Asphalt Roadbed Material
    Heath J., Means J., Nehring K.

    Effects of Various Additives on the Solidification of Oily Sludges: A Bench-Scale Study
    Diethelm E., Kelly D.

    In-Situ Slurry Wall Formation with the SoilSaw Barrier System
    Carter E.

    Literature Review of the Interaction of Select Inorganic Species on the Set and Properties of Cement and Methods of Abatement Through Waste Pretreatment
    Mattus A., Mattus C.

    Laser Driven Thermal Reactor for Hazardous Waste Stabilization
    Nazarian A.

    Volatilization Modeling of Semivolatile Organic Compounds During Solidification Processes
    Drescher E., Huang W., Rosansky S., Sass B., Smith L.

    In-Situ Stabilization of Mixed Waste Contaminated Soil
    Cline S., Conner J., Gilliam T., Siegrist R.

    Field Quality Control Strategies for Assessing Solidification/Stabilization
    Barich J., Barth E., Butler S.

    In Situ Solidification/Stabilization Pilot Study for the Treatment of Coal Tar Contaminated Soils and River Sediments
    Lawson M., Pugh L., Vallis T., Venn J.

    Lysimeter Data as Input to Performance Assessment Models
    Brey R., Hicks D., Jastrow J., McConnell J., Rogers R., Sullivan T.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: D34

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1240-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5318-9

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1443-2

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