leachate


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leachate

(lēch′āt)
1. A contaminated liquid that leaves soil after water percolates through earth (e.g., in waste disposal sites), farmlots, or landfills.
2. Any product of percolation.
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Leachate components are related to each other according to principle component analysis (PCA).
However, in developed countries, a geosynthetic clay liner (GCL) has been used as a barrier for landfill leachate instead of compacted clay liner (CCL).
A new leachate prepared at 100[degrees]C was used in experiment 1, and this was diluted and assayed one month later in experiment 2.
Leachate generation is particularly fast during heavy rains, Hurley said.
One of the possible ways to reduce pollutants migration in leachate is by enhancing daily soil cover material with laterite soil as amended daily soil cover in landfill.
In high enough concentrations, some of these rubber leachates are known to be harmful to human health; effects of exposure range from skin and eye irritation to major organ damage and even death.
Regarding the operation of the Neptune Evaporator, Garrett explains that when the leachate is turned into an aerosol, all containments and debris with a size in excess of 5 microns drop out in a designated "evaporation alley.
The dictionary definition of leachate is a solution resulting from leaching, as of soluble constituents from soil, landfill, etc.
Leachate samples were taken by opening the pit, changing the bottle and refilling the pit five times during the sampling period.
The most important function of a drainage layer in a municipal waste landfill is to facilitate collection and remove leachate (moisture passing through the waste).
Table 1 shows that Eucalyptus leaf leachate had inhibitory effect on wheat growth but supported green gram (Vigna radiata) growth at low concentration (Table 2) while at high concentration, only gram shoot and root dry weight showed positive response while all other growth variables were inhibited.
leachate transport to the municipal sewage treatment plants of the entsorgungsverband saar (100 444 m 3 leachate)