5 edition of Waste containment facilities found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||David E. Daniel and Robert M. Koerner.|
|Contributions||Koerner, Robert M., 1933-|
|LC Classifications||TD793 .D36 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 354 p. :|
|Number of Pages||354|
|LC Control Number||95031293|
United States Environmental Protection Agency National Risk Management Research Laboratory Cincinnati, OH Research and Development EPA//SR/ September 4>EPA Summary Quality Assurance and Quality Control for Waste Containment Facilities David E. Daniel and Robert M. Koerner It is generally agreed that both qual- ity assurance (QA) and quality control (QC) . The most comprehensive design reference available on remediation techniques, waste disposal methods and various waste containment systems. Covers several important new issues such as the regulatory structure of RCRA Subtitles C and D; subsurface flow and transport of contaminants; liner systems, leachate collection and removal systems for landfills; and seismic stability analysis of landfills.
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This Technical Guidance Document provides comprehensive guidance on procedures for quality assurance and quality control for waste containment facilities. The document includes a discussion of principles and concepts, compacted soil liners, soil drainage systems, geosynthetic drainage systems, vertical cutoff walls, ancillary materials, appurtenances, and other details. Exemptions from Industrial and Hazardous Waste Permitting Guidance on whether a generated solid waste activity requires a permit. Hazardous Waste Activities That Require Notifying the TCEQ Activities that are exempt from permitting, but trigger a requirement to notify us at least 90 days before beginning the activity.
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This book covers all types of waste containment facilities, including hazardous waste landfills and impoundments, municipal solid-waste landfills, non-hazardous-waste liquid impoundments, and final covers for new facilities and site remediation projects.4/5(1).
The book is written as a technical guide for field technicians, field engineers, owners, regulators, and others interested in proper construction, CQC, and CQA of waste containment : David E. Daniel. This book covers all types of waste containment facilities, including hazardous waste landfills and impoundments, municipal solid-waste landfills, nonhazardous-waste liquid impoundments, and final covers for new facilities and site remediation projects.
Waste containment facilities: guidance for construction quality assurance and construction quality control of liner and cover systems Daniel, David Edwin, Koerner, Robert M. The purpose of this book is to provide detailed guidance for proper MQA and CQA procedures for waste containment facilities.
The Waste containment facilities book also is applicable to MQC and CQC programs on the part of the manufacturer and contractor, respectively/5(35). Waste Containment Facilities: Guidance for Construction, Quality Assurance, and Quality Control of Liner and Cover Systems Hardcover – Aug 1 by David E.
Author: David E. Daniel, Robert M. Koerner. Properly constructed and carefully maintained waste-containment facilities protect human health and the environment. In Waste Containment Facilities, David E.
Daniel and Robert M. Koerner provide the technical guidance for the complex task of ensuring construction quality control and assurance (CQC/CQA), as well as manufacturing quality assurance and control (MQA/MQC) of geosynthetics, Author: David E.
Daniel, Robert M. Koerner. Hazardous waste is commonly stored prior to treatment or disposal, and must be stored in containers, tanks, containment buildings, drip pads, waste piles, or surface impoundments that comply with the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) regulations.
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This book gives a comprehensive and authoritative review of the. Durability and lifetime of the geotextile fibers of geosynthetic clay liners. Introduction and background. Structure and degradation of polymer fibers.
Polymers used for GCL fiber reinforcement. Fiber configuration of GCL reinforcement. Oxidative effects on. Depending on the type of service required, waste containment units may need to function from a relatively few years, as in the case of some storage facilities, up to years or more, as in the case of some landfills, and to function in such a manner that hazardous or toxic materials are under control and do not migrate from the unit in an uncontrolled manner.
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