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Publications tagged with [groundwater contamination]

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<p>This paper describes methodology focused on screening of groundwater pollution risk induced by abandoned mining sites on a regional scale. The presented methodology is based on a concept developed for groundwater pollution risk mapping, with suitable modifications ...
Reference: Proceedings IMWA 2016, Freiberg/Germany | Drebenstedt, Carsten, Paul, Michael (eds.) | Mining Meets Water – Conflicts and Solutions
<p>Amongst all hydrological and environmental problems the most typical one is ground water contamination. Waste material is to be placed in engineered landfill as ground water contamination can take place due to landfill leachate. In order to design engineered ...
Reference: International Journal of Engineering Science and Innovative Technology (IJESIT), Volume 3, Issue 5, September 2014
<p>Landfill leachate is a liquid that is mainly produced by the rain which falls on the solid waste. The leachate usually contains high concentrations of ammonium, organic matter, toxic compounds and heavy metals. This master thesis introduces briefly facts ...
Reference: Water and Environmental Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering Master Thesis 2013
 
<p>The various Best Management Practices (BMPs) described herein are primarily used during earth disturbances associated with land development and construction activities. Other special BMPs for agricultural plowing or tilling activities which provide for ...
Reference: Technical Guidance Number 363-2134-008 March 2012
This paper presents a multi-parameter hazard rating system for evaluating groundwatercontamination potential of municipal solid waste dumps and landfills.
Reference: "Proceedings of the International Conference on Sustainable Solid Waste Management, 5 - 7 September 2007, Chennai, India. pp.296-303"
A process-based preferential flow transport model was implemented in a geographic information system to locate areas in the landscape with high risk of contamination by agrochemicals, especially pesticides. Protecting ground water resources necessitates a ...
Reference: Ground Water Monitoring & Remediation 25, no. 4/ Fall 2005/pages 82–91