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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In addition, the results indicated that no correlations were observed among Zn, Cu and pH at the first leachate (1th month).
In order to inhibit the environmental impact of landfill leachate, landfills are equipped with an impermeable bottom liner to prevent leachate contaminating the surrounding soil and groundwater [1,5].
001) mutagenic potential of a field A crumb rubber leachate made at 100[degrees]C (data not shown).
Because the landfill creates around 22 million gallons of leachate every year, waste management staff now has to regularly empty the lagoon when it approaches capacity.
To date, leachate is still a major crisis in every landfill as the leachate easily migrates to the surrounding receptors through soil, subsurface geological strata and groundwater.
One common rubber leachate is 2-mercaptobenzothiazole, a chemical commonly used as an accelerator during the production process.
Currently the most common method of treating leachate is hauling it to a waste water treatment plant or installing a treatment plant onsite at a cost of around $0.
Clark seemed mostly concerned with the referring of water pouring out of a pipe next to the landfill and down Barefoot Road as leachate.
Each sampler was connected via a Teflon pipe to a one-liter polyethylene bottle for collecting the leachate.
New engineered sanitary landfills have been designed with leachate collection systems consisting of perforated PVC pipes laid down in granular drainable layer.
1% leachate, 5% leachate, 1% FYM extract, 5% FYM extract along with two mixtures, 1% leachate +FYM extract and 5% leachate +FYM extract.
Contract notice: Leachate transport from various old and central landfills