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Attenuation of leachate generated from co-disposal of volcanic ash and solid waste

Attenuation of leachate generated from co-disposal of volcanic ash and solid waste

Report, Washington State University, Water Research Center (60): 230

Volcanic ash is studied as an amendment in land disposal systems to attenuate leachate contaminants produced by milled refuse. The presence of volcanic ash aids in the reduction of leachate chemical oxygen demand and concentrations of boron, iron, chloride and zinc. However, it may also increase concentrations in leachate of selenium, lead, chromium and arsenic. Part II of the project studies the feasibility of leachate treatment to remove heavy metals.

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