6–7 tons tetrachlorethene originated from destination residues were deposited in a landfill which was working between 1942 and 1975. The whole waste volume was inquired to 150.000–200.000 m3. Based on route-indicator studies the landfill was a possible producer of a contamination with chlorinated hydrocarbons in different captures of spring in a more distant vicinity. In regard to the investigation of the actual risk potential tests were done to remove hydrocarbon vapors from the subsoil. Furthermore the tests should give informations about the remedial action technique using a soil-gas exhauster.
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- Field-Study of Soil-Gas Exhaustion on a Landfill to Investigate the Risk Potential Depending on Chlorinated Hydrocarbons
Dr.rer.nat. Rolf Hahn
- Springer Netherlands
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