Geosynthetic Clay Liners for Waste Containment Facilities by Abdelmalek Bouazza (ed.), John J. Bowders (ed.)

By Abdelmalek Bouazza (ed.), John J. Bowders (ed.)

More and more stringent legislation of toxins and waste creation around the globe drives the necessity to isolate contaminants that pose a risk to human and environmental healthiness by utilizing engineered barrier platforms related to using low permeable fabrics. during the last 20 years, geosynthetic clay liners have received common attractiveness to be used in such barrier structures. they can be used as an element of basic and secondary base liners or ultimate conceal platforms in municipal solid-waste landfills in addition to in regulated business garage and mining waste-disposal facilities.

This booklet supplies a complete and authoritative evaluation of the present country of perform on geosynthetic clay liners in waste containments. It offers an perception into person fabrics (bentonite and the linked geosynthetics) and the producing strategies. this can be by means of the assurance of vital subject matters corresponding to hydraulic conductivity, chemical compatibility, contaminant delivery, fuel migration, shear power and slope balance, and box functionality.

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