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Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (2020)

Landfill leachates contamination : flow and chemical evolution processes in the waste, unsaturated zone and groundwater

Aharoni, Imri

Titre : Landfill leachates contamination : flow and chemical evolution processes in the waste, unsaturated zone and groundwater

זיהום מקורות מים מתשטיפי מטמנות אשפה : אפיון תהליכי הזרימה והאבולוציה הכימית בגוף הפסולת, התווך הלא רווי ומי התהום.

Auteur : Aharoni, Imri

Etablissement de soutenance : Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) 2020

Résumé
Leachates from municipal solid-waste (MSW) landfills are known to be a severe threat to groundwater quality - causing aquifer contamination, especially in uncontrolled landfills with no lining infrastructure that prevents leachate percolation. Old landfills pose a risk, as the waste degradation processes continues to produce contaminated leaches for decades after the waste has been buried. In Israel, dozens of old uncontrolled landfills were operating along the densely populated coastal plain until the early 2000’s and are recognized as a significant environmental hazard.

Présentation (PRIMO)

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