Th A Ioannidis

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Lead-rich solid industrial wastes were vitrified by the addition of glass formers in various concentrations, to produce non-toxic vitreous stabilized products that can be freely disposed or used as construction materials. Toxicity of both the as-received industrial solid waste and the stabilized products was determined using standard leaching test(More)
A detailed methodology is described for the selective removal of lead and bromide content from an industrial toxic solid waste, containing also large quantities of iron. Limited Acid Demand (LAD) was examined in order to avoid the co-dissolution of undesirable constituents. The Separation Factor (SF), which is the concentration ratio of dissolved(More)
Apatites are known for their properties to immobilize lead contained in aqueous solutions or contaminated soils. In this study, apatites were examined as stabilization additives for lead-loaded industrial solid toxic wastes. The specific waste was the residue, obtained after thermal treatment of sludges (incineration), which was derived from tetraethyl lead(More)
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