Leachate from Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator Residues

For those seeking information about treating Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator Residues, this publication provides wide-ranging and detailed information about Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator Residues. It does it across a broad spectrum of topics which are important for the management of MSW incinerator residues.
“Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator Residues produce a leachate which is completely different from MSW/Sanitary Landfill Leachate. This document is the point of reference for information on the leachate from such sources”.

Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator Residues (Studies in Environmental Science)

This publication provides wide-ranging and detailed information across a broad spectrum of topics which are important for the management of Municipal Solid Waste incinerator residues.

Background information provided includes a history of incineration, and the influence of municipal waste composition, incinerator type air pollution control technologies on residue quality.

The physical, chemical compositions of incinerator residues are described, along with leaching characteristics for the various ash streams produced by the different incinerator technologies studied.

Recommended sampling and evaluation methodologies are provided.

Municipal incinerators produce residues which may need leachate treatment.
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Residue handling and management options, are also given the prominence to match the importance they are assuming nowadays, including:

  • residue treatment
  • residue
  • and residue disposal;

which are also discussed in detail.

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