Critical Review of Cement-Based Stabilisation/Solidification Techniques for the Disposal of Hazardous Wastes.
Final rept. Mar-Dec 86,
CLARK (A) AND ASSOCIATES TWICKENHAM (ENGLAND)
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The materials used in stabilisationsolidification processes OPC, PFA and sodium silicate have been reviewed in terms of their basic composition and chemistry. The addition of inorganic wastes to OPC and PFA has been demonstrated to affect early hydration and has led to the development of the protective coating theory and sorption of heavy metals by PFA as the principal factors involved in stabilization. The aqueous chemistry of OPF, PFA, PFAOPC and PFAOPCSILICATES has also been reviewed and has illustrated the chemical reactions taking place during the first hour of the stabilisation process. Methods to improve the efficiency of the Sealosafe processed have been highlighted particularly with respect to supernatant formation. New developments such as the use of clays have been highlighted.
- Solid Wastes and Pollution and Control