Leaching behaviour of co-disposed steel making wastes: Effects of aeration on leachate chemistry and vanadium mobilisation.

@article{Hobson2018LeachingBO,
  title={Leaching behaviour of co-disposed steel making wastes: Effects of aeration on leachate chemistry and vanadium mobilisation.},
  author={Andrew J Hobson and Douglas I. Stewart and Robert J.G. Mortimer and William Matthew Mayes and Mike Rogerson and Ian T Burke},
  journal={Waste management},
  year={2018},
  volume={81},
  pages={
          1-10
        }
}
Steelmaking wastes stored in landfill, such as slag and spent refractory liners, are often enriched in toxic trace metals (including V). These may become mobile in highly alkaline leachate generated during weathering. Fresh steelmaking waste was characterised using XRD, XRF, and SEM-EDX. Batch leaching tests were performed under aerated, air-excluded and acidified conditions to determine the impact of atmospheric CO2 and acid addition on leachate chemistry. Phases commonly associated with slag… CONTINUE READING
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