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FIGURE 13-1 Simplified cross section of a hazardou s waste landfill with details A and B.
FIGURE 13-2 Schematic of liner and leachate collection systems for a hazardous waste disposal facility.
FIGURE 13-3 Schematic of geosynthetic liner and leachate collection systems.
FIGURE 13-4 European liner and leachate collection systems.
FIGURE 13-5 Schematic of composite liner system for a hazardous waste disposal facility.
FIGURE 13-6 Schematic of hazardous waste landfill cover.
FIGURE 13-7 Schematic of drainage.
FIGURE 13-8 Landfill section showing surface water controls.
FIGURE 13-9 Influence of compaction moisture content on the hydraulic conductivity of compacted clay.
FIGURE 13-10 Influence of organic permeants on the hydraulic conductivity of compacted clay.
FIGURE 13-11 Zeolite structure.
FIGURE 13-12 Schematic of advective flow and transport.
FIGURE 13-13 Strontium-85 coefficients, bulk density to porosity ratios and retardation factors versus bentonite content.
FIGURE 13-14 Strontium-85 diffusion coefficients: experimental and calculated versus bentonite content.
FIGURE 13-15 Model simulations of solute flux.
FIGURE 13-16 Model simulations of solute transport.
FIGURE 13-17 Permeation of chabazite and silty clay.
FIGURE 13-18 Schematic of landfill stability.
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