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Archive for July, 2015

22 July 2015

Is non-thermal plasma treatment a viable solution for removing recalcitrant organic compounds from treated landfill leachate?

The distinct color of biologically treated leachate is the result of organic molecules that resist degradation. These organic compounds are usually referred to as recalcitrant or refractory compounds, and are predominantly composed of humic, fulvic, and hydrophilic acids. Residual concentrations of recalcitrant compounds are relatively high in biologically treated leachate effluent and have been shown…

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Categories: Environmental Planning & Compliance, Environmental Remediation, Landfill Engineering and Design, Solid Waste
Posted By Arie Kremen, PhD at 11:30 AM  |  No Comments on Is non-thermal plasma treatment a viable solution for removing recalcitrant organic compounds from treated landfill leachate?

8 July 2015

The West pushes for renewal natural gas/compressed natural gas – who will be next?

In a slight twist to the old adage, I like to say that when California sneezes, the rest of the country catches a cold. California certainly seems to lead the way when it comes to new regulations on environmental and energy matters. One area where this really holds true is on support for compressed natural…

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Categories: Biogas and Landfill Gas, Environmental Planning & Compliance, Solid Waste
Posted By Paul Stout, PE at 11:30 AM  |  No Comments on The West pushes for renewal natural gas/compressed natural gas – who will be next?