WATER QUALITY IMPACTS ASSOCIATED WITH LEACHATES FROM HIGHWAY WOODWASTES EMBANKMENTS
The installation of woodwaste fills, according to current design in Washington, involves excavation of native material and old roadway, usually to below the groundwater table. Important considerations in the design are long-term stability and potential environmental impacts associated with woodwaste instead of native material. The deterioration of the woodwaste results directly in release of water pollutants. The report describes the pollutants monitored from these woodwaste fills.
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University of Washington, SeattleDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering, P.O. Box 352700
Seattle, WA United States 98195-2700
Olympia, WA United States 98504
- Vause, K H
- Ferguson, J F
- Mar, B W
- Publication Date: 1980-9
- Pagination: 41 p.
- TRT Terms: Acids; Biochemical oxygen demand; Carbon; Contaminants; Embankments; Environmental impacts; Field tests; Fills; Groundwater; Highways; Hydroelectric power generation; Leaching; Location; Microorganisms; Monitoring; Odors; Organic compounds; Waste products (Materials); Water pollution; Water quality; Wood products; Wood waste
- Uncontrolled Terms: Highway location; Organic acids
- Geographic Terms: Washington (State)
- Old TRIS Terms: Degration; Water power
- Subject Areas: Design; Environment; Highways; Planning and Forecasting; I21: Planning of Transport Infrastructure;
- Accession Number: 00328925
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: WA-RD-39.1 Intrm Rpt.
- Files: TRIS, STATEDOT
- Created Date: May 21 1981 12:00AM