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Publications by [Day S. R.]

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This paper presents a stabuilization treatment applied using jet grouting techniques for soils contaminated with elevated concentrations of cadmium hazardous substances
Reference: In Situ Remediation of the Environment, ASCE, Minnesota, 1997
The information presented in this paper is intended to provide Engineers and owners with the level of understanding necessary to apply soil mixing and vacuum extraction technology to a specific site. Shallow Soil Mixing (SSM) and Soil Vacuum Extraction (SVE) ...
Reference: "1995 ASCE-CSCE Environmental Engineering conference Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania"
This paper presents the experience of a specialty contractor from a number of projects, where an incompatibility was discovered and alternate materials were used to find successful solution for slurry cutoff wall ground water blocking. Monitoring results from ...
Reference: Hydraulic Conductivity and Waste Contaminate Transport in Soils, ASTM STP 1142
This paper presents the closure plan including a combination cement - bentonite slurry wall and jet grouting along the perimeter of the basing. The sludge and contaminated soil beneath the basin were solidified in place using a specially developed soil mixing ...
Reference: Cement industries solution to waste management, Canada, 1992
A common feature of civil engineering design is the ""french drain"", a trench intended to intercept and collect groundwater and transfer it laterally to a sump. The environmental marketplace ahs created a larger demand for these drains for the purpose of ...
Reference: Slurry Walls: Design, construction and Quality Control, ASTM STP 1129
This paper presents a construction method, the bio-polymer slurry drainage trench, which is a modification of the well known slurry trench method which uses biodegradable trenching slurry to temporarily support the trench walls and control trench width.
Reference: Hazardous Materials Control Research Institute Superfund '90
This paper presents a bio-polymer slurry used, instead of bentonite slurry to temporarily to support the trench walls without structural bracing. Upon completion of backfilling, the slurry in the trench was chemically reduced to water and simple sugars to ...
Reference: National water well association outdoor action conference, Nevada, 1988