2 edition of Hydrogeologic investigation of NPD landfill site #2 found in the catalog.
Hydrogeologic investigation of NPD landfill site #2
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited.
|Statement||by R.W.D. Killey and J.H. Munch.|
|Series||Technical record (Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd) -- 469|
|Contributions||Killey, R.W.D., Munch, J.H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||20 p. :|
|Number of Pages||20|
The remedial investigation and feasibility study (RIDS) are two critical components of site This document is a brief description of the Cal/EPA's recommended approach to hydrogeologic site characterization, and a summary of data requirements. References are provided to eight 2 SITE CHARACTERIZATION PLANNING Characterization Size: KB. Landfill Gas Basics Landfill Gas (LFG) is produced by the anaerobic decomposition of organic matter within waste. Landfill Gas is typically comprised of approximately 60% CH4 and % CO2 with VOCs and other component gases making up % A build-up of pressure within the landfill in excess of atmospheric pressure causes LFG to migrate.
Version 2 Effective date: November 1, Version 2 Groundwater Investigation and Characterization Introduction This document provides guidance to qualified professionals for the investigation and characterization of groundwater at sites in British Columbia that may be, or are, contaminated. It is the responsibility of the site. The site can be located on the Camden, Tennessee USGS quadrangle at north latitude 36o 3' 16" and west longitude 88o 05' 16" at an average elevation of feet above mean sea level datum (MSL). The location of the facility is indicated in Figure 1- Site location Map. The landfill footprint can be viewed in Figure 2 - Potentiometric Surface Map.
Hydrogeologic data from investigation of water resources of the South Fork, Suffolk County, New York Long Island Water Resources Bulletin LIWR-7 By: Bronius Nemickas, E.J. Koszalka, and D.E. Vaupel. The new investigation method was also applied in the field at an abandoned landfill site near Heidelberg in the Rhine Valley in Germany. At this site, the groundwater within the porous aquifer of 15 m thickness is contaminated mainly with TCE. A total of six pumping wells, each with a .
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Hydrogeologic Investigation Guide Part I – Introduction Introduction The Hydrogeologic Investigation Guide (referenced as “this guide”) is one document in a series of guidance documents that the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, Tank Management Section (DNREC-TMS) has created (or will create) to assistFile Size: KB.
Landfill site was conducted to identify known environmental and/or hydrogeologic conditions that are prohibited or restricted by 6 NYCRR Part for landfill expansions; these criteria are discussed in Section of this Hydrogeologic investigation of NPD landfill site #2 book.
As stated in the Hydrogeologic Investigation Work Plan, the regional. Mutch Associates, Inc. brings the experience gained from more than 35 years of hydrogeologic work throughout the United States.
Beginning in the early s, the staff of Mutch Associates conducted some of the first in-depth hydrogeologic studies of pre-Superfund, hazardous waste disposal sites, and later applied that experience to Superfund and other waste disposal and industrial plant sites.
Hydrogeologic Investigation and Groundwater Modeling Report ( kb, 58 pages) Reference Documents ( mb, pages) For ease of use, the above documents have been broken into smaller sections.
Contents Section 1 Introduction (67 kb, 4 pages) Site Location ; Environmental Setting ; Climate ; Topography and. hydrogeologic investigation and groundwater network (system) should proceed and the type and level of information which should result.
The document is intended to: 1. Establish the minimal scope of work for hydrogeologic investigations of solid waste landfills. Size: KB. Study to determine groundwater flow and velocity beneath and in the area surrounding the Winona County (Murphy) Landfill. Dye was injected into County Well Index # and monitored for in the surrounding area.
Hydrogeologic Investigation of the Proposed Expansion Site of the Winona County (Murphy) : Janet Dalgleish, E. Calvin Alexander Jr. Solid Waste Landfill Siting, Permitting and Hydrogeologic Investigation P a g e | 2 • Solid waste landfills must be located at least 1, feet from residential water supply wells and developed springs.
• Solid waste landfills must be located outside of areas where collapse of underground mines may potentially cause ground Size: KB.
landfill site is included as Figure 1 (Appendix A). Mississippi County plans to laterally expand the Mississippi County Class 1 Landfill to the south of the existing permitted area. The estimated acreage proposed for expansion and disposal of Class 1 wastes is approximately 82 acres, as shown by the site layout map in Figure 2 (Appendix A).
HYDROGEOLOGIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LEE ACRES LANDFILL AREA, SAN JUAN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO By Kathy D. Peter, Robert A. Williams, and Kenneth W.
King U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Water-Resources Investigations Report Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT Albuquerque, New Mexico Author: K.D.
Peter, R.A. Williams, K.W. King. Hydrogeologic Evaluation Form for Demolition Landfills PAGE 2 Waste/Solid Waste/#/March II. Preliminary Site Evaluation Information continued Soil borings Number of borings or test pits: Soils, geology Description of soils, geology (attach more information as needed): Seasonal high water table.
Summary. Burns & McDonnell has provided engineering and environmental services to the Sheridan Landfill since Recent services include a rate study, new municipal solid waste (MSW) cell design and contract document preparation, a construction and demolition debris grinding pilot program evaluation, an alternative landfill cover design and permitting, and a solid waste strategic plan.
The site location is shown on. Figure 1. The purpose of the hydrogeologic investigation was to determine if groundwater beneath the site was affecting the lower level of the school building via seepage and water entry through the concrete slab floor or masonry walls.
Hydrogeologic Investigation field activities were conducted on Novem Table LIMITED FIELD INVESTIGATION OPTIONS FOR MUNICIPAL LANDFILL SITES Page 2 of 2 Activity Hydrogeologic Investigation Objectives Evaluate usefulness of existing monitoring well network.
Review preliminary locations for new monitoring wells. Determine location of residential wells and their construction. the available regional and site-specific hydrogeologic information has been reviewed.
Additional boreholes with new monitoring wells were installed specifically for this investigation to the north and west of the existing landfill property. The results of the drilling hectare Landfill Site, located on Lots 3 and 4, Concession III of the. GROUNDWATER INVESTIGATION IN SITE ASSESSMENT 2ND EDITION J Report No.
iii FIGURES Figure 1: A hydrostratigraphic unit comprises one or more geologic units with similar hydrogeologic properties (i.e.
ditions at the site and the objectives to be achieved. ‘For sample discussions of methodologies for hydrogeologic in-vestigations, see Todd, et al., ; Wood, et al., ; and GeoTrans, Inc., b.
Hydrogeologic investigations of groundwater contamination problems rely on many of the same techniques (e. g., groundwater exploration, aquifer.
landfill sites 13 2. objectives of an investigation 15 general 15 objectives 15 site suitability considerations 15 site design 16 environmental impact assessment 16 3.
planning and procurement 17 planning 17 aff 17 principal elements of the investigation 17 initial appraisal 17File Size: KB. performance requirements that consider waste characteristics, hydrogeologic setting, and engineered controls.
The Work Group recommends that siting regulations be based upon the evaluation of environmental performance requirements that address the life cycle of the landfill, from proposal phase through the end use of the site. In position of Senior Hydrogeologist, was named as project manager or principal investigator to perform hydrogeologic field investigations, groundwater modeling, gas chromato- graphy field analysis or storm water planning for the following partial list of projects: Hydrogeologic Study of the Town of Goffstown Landfill, Pinardville, NH.
In geotechnical engineering the techniques of site investigation for soils are well established and little is known for the characterisation of municipal solid waste landfills. This paper presents the findings of geotechnical investigations for characterization of landfills situated in vicinity of large cities of seismically active regions of Author: Kobiljon Kholmatov, Diana Khashimova, Wei Wu, Marufdjan Musaev.
hydrogeologic investigation of an area of land near Lebanon, Ohio. The land is being acquired by the City of Lebanon, Ohio for water supply development. The main objectives of this hydrogeologic investigation were to provide recommendations on well yield and well spacing for the land being acquired.Site Investigation & Mounding Related: 1.
Updated hydrogeologic investigation and mounding requirements for systems > 9 m3/day 2. Investigation must be adjusted based on site complexity 3.
Further protection of waterbodies & contaminant/pathogen attenuation 4. Increased requirements for monitoring well placement Size: 3MB.Publication ii Revised December Guidance for Monitoring at Landfills and Other Facilities Regulated Under Chapters,and File Size: KB.