Geotechnical Practice for Disposal of Solid Waste Materialsby D. H. Gray,
Task Committee on Geotechnical Practice for Disposal of Solid Waste Materials, ASCE
American Society of Civil Engineers, New York, NY
978-0-87262-078-0 (ISBN-13) | 0-87262-078-6 (ISBN-10), 1977, Soft Cover, Pg. 885
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Conference information: Conference on Geotechnical Practice for Disposal of Solid Waste Materials | Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States | June 13-15, 1977
Out of Print: Not available at ASCE Bookstore.
Document Type: Book - Proceedings
The papers for this conference are grouped under the themes of four of the general sessions: 1) Geotechnical properties affecting disposal and utilization; 2) utilization in dams, embankments, and structural fills; 3) environmental problems: seepage, leachates, and gas; and 4) dewatering, stabilization, and reclamation. These topics deal with geotechnical aspects or problems common to disposal of all types of solid waste. The papers also can be grouped under geotechnical aspects of specific types of solid waste, e.g., fly ash and bottom ash, mine tailings, domestic refuse and sanitary landfills, industrial and chemical sludges, and dredged materials.
Subject Headings: Solid wastes | Solid mechanics | Waste disposal | Geotechnical engineering | Embankment dams | Mine wastes | Dredged materials | Chemical wastes | Fly ash
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