Geosynthetic clay liners for waste containment facilities
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Geosynthetic clay liners for waste containment facilities by Abdelmalek Bouazza

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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton, FL .
Written in English


Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Statementedited by Abdelmalek Bouazza & John J. Bowders
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTD795.7 .G4475 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24520554M
ISBN 109780415467339, 9780203855232
LC Control Number2009037858

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Abstract. Properly constructed and carefully maintained waste containment facilities protect human health and the environment. Daniel and Koerner provide technical guidance for the complex task of ensuring construction quality control and assurance of geosynthetics used to contain waste, as well as manufacturing quality assurance and control of these materials.   They are often used as a component of primary and secondary base liners or final cover systems in municipal solid-waste landfills as well as in regulated industrial storage and mining waste-disposal facilities. This book gives a comprehensive and authoritative review of the current state of practice on geosynthetic clay liners in waste Cited by: Geosynthetic Clay Liners for Waste Containment Facilities - CRC Press Book Increasingly stringent regulation of pollution and waste production worldwide drives the need to isolate contaminants that pose a threat to human and environmental health by using engineered barrier systems involving the use of low permeable materials. Over the past two decades, geosynthetic clay liners have gained widespread acceptance for use in such barrier systems. They are often used as a component of primary and secondary base liners or final cover systems in municipal solid-waste landfills as well as in regulated industrial storage and mining waste-disposal facilities.

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  Geosynthetic Clay Liners for Waste Containment Facilities Details Increasingly stringent regulation of pollution and waste production worldwide drives the need to isolate contaminants that pose a threat to human and environmental health by using engineered barrier systems involving the use of low permeable materials. Geosynthetic Clay Liners for Waste Containment Facilities / Edition 1 liners or final cover systems in municipal solid-waste landfills as well as in regulated industrial storage and mining waste-disposal facilities. This book gives a comprehensive and authoritative review of the current state of practice on geosynthetic clay liners in waste Price: $ Geosynthetic clay liners (GCLs) are factory manufactured hydraulic barriers consisting of a layer of bentonite or other very low-permeability material supported by geotextiles and/or geomembranes, mechanically held together by needling, stitching, or chemical to environmental laws, any seepage from landfills must be collected and properly disposed of, . geosynthetics in waste containment facilities previous to this geosynthetic clay liners (GCLs) in conjunction with a compacted clay liner or as a replacement to a compacted clay liner. This stems from the fact that they often have very low hydraulic conductivity to water (kFile Size: 4MB.