Development of geomaterials with various immobilisation treatments for heavy metals and evaluation of environmental impact

K. Omine, H. Ochiai, Noriyuki Yasufuku

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Abstract

Geomaterials using waste materials have been developed in the geotechnical engineering field. It is important to clarify immobilisation effect of harmful substances and the extent of environmental load of these geomaterials. In this study, laboratory tests for investigating the leachate and mechanical properties are carried out on four types of geomaterials with immobilisation treatments for heavy metals: cement-treated soil, baking solidification material, plastic melting solidification material and mixture with charcoal. A parameter for representing recycling efficiency is proposed in consideration of the utilisation of waste and CO 2 emission in the manufacturing process of the geomaterials. The recycling efficiency of composite geomaterials is calculated using MSW (Municipal Solid Waste) incineration bottom ash, and its environmental impact is evaluated.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationStabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation: Advances in S/S for Waste and Contaminated Land - Proceedings of the Int. Conf. on Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation
Pages335-345
Number of pages11
Publication statusPublished - 2005
EventInternational Conference on Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation - Advances in S/S for Waste and Contaminated Land - Cambridge, United Kingdom
Duration: Apr 12 2005Apr 13 2005

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OtherInternational Conference on Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation - Advances in S/S for Waste and Contaminated Land
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityCambridge
Period4/12/054/13/05

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immobilization
environmental impact
heavy metal
solidification
recycling
bottom ash
geotechnical engineering
incineration
charcoal
municipal solid waste
leachate
mechanical property
cement
manufacturing
melting
plastic
material
evaluation
soil
effect

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Waste Management and Disposal

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Omine, K., Ochiai, H., & Yasufuku, N. (2005). Development of geomaterials with various immobilisation treatments for heavy metals and evaluation of environmental impact. In Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation: Advances in S/S for Waste and Contaminated Land - Proceedings of the Int. Conf. on Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation (pp. 335-345)

Development of geomaterials with various immobilisation treatments for heavy metals and evaluation of environmental impact. / Omine, K.; Ochiai, H.; Yasufuku, Noriyuki.

Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation: Advances in S/S for Waste and Contaminated Land - Proceedings of the Int. Conf. on Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation. 2005. p. 335-345.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Omine, K, Ochiai, H & Yasufuku, N 2005, Development of geomaterials with various immobilisation treatments for heavy metals and evaluation of environmental impact. in Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation: Advances in S/S for Waste and Contaminated Land - Proceedings of the Int. Conf. on Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation. pp. 335-345, International Conference on Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation - Advances in S/S for Waste and Contaminated Land, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 4/12/05.
Omine K, Ochiai H, Yasufuku N. Development of geomaterials with various immobilisation treatments for heavy metals and evaluation of environmental impact. In Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation: Advances in S/S for Waste and Contaminated Land - Proceedings of the Int. Conf. on Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation. 2005. p. 335-345
Omine, K. ; Ochiai, H. ; Yasufuku, Noriyuki. / Development of geomaterials with various immobilisation treatments for heavy metals and evaluation of environmental impact. Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation: Advances in S/S for Waste and Contaminated Land - Proceedings of the Int. Conf. on Stabilisation/Solidification Treatment and Remediation. 2005. pp. 335-345
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