Removal of hydrogen sulfide gas and landfill leachate treatment using coal bottom ash.

@article{Lin2001RemovalOH,
  title={Removal of hydrogen sulfide gas and landfill leachate treatment using coal bottom ash.},
  author={C Y Lin and P H Hesu and Doo Ho Yang},
  journal={Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association},
  year={2001},
  volume={51 6},
  pages={939-45}
}
Coal bottom ashes produced from three thermal power plants were used in column and batch experiments to investigate the adsorption capacity of the coal ash. Hydrogen sulfide and leachates collected from three sanitary landfill sites were used as adsorbate gas and solutions, respectively. Experimental results showed that coal bottom ash could remove H2S from waste gas or reduce the concentrations of various pollutants in the leachate. Each gram of bottom ash could remove up to 10.5 mg of H2S. In… CONTINUE READING

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