leachate


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leachate

[′lē‚chāt]
(chemistry)
A solution formed by leaching.
(geochemistry)
A liquid that has percolated through soil and dissolved some soil materials in the process.
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main contractor to carry out tertiary treatment of the Leachate Treatment Plant at Ballyfodrin Landfill Site, Portadown.
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Conventional sewage treatment leaves behind high concentrations of ammoniacal nitrogen in landfill leachate which can cause the eutrophication of water bodies.
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According to her, the Cenro team asked the local government for a replacement submersible pump to manage the leachate from the landfill.
Leachate from each reactor was collected once a month by a peristaltic pump.
The soil metal concentrations were low and there was no significant (p<0.05) difference in soil heavy metal concentrations between the soils irrigated with leachate and the controls.
Water treatment company OriginClear Inc (OTC/QB:OCLN) reported on Monday the receipt of a commercial scale purchase order for the installation of a EWS:AOx system for leachate treatment in a landfill setting in Malaysia.
Solid waste manager Steve Hunt said construction of a sixth landfill cell and a leachate handling system will begin in September.
Keywords: Compost, Total arsenic, Inorganic arsenic, As(III), ICP-MS, Leachate, Mobility.
Reprinted articles comprise a concise reference to sewage and leachate treatments; sewage sludge treatments; assessing sewage sludge hazard before and after treatment; leachate treatments; and assessing leachate hazards before and after treatment.