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Optimization of municipal solid waste leaching test procedure: Assessment of the part of hydrosoluble organic compounds

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Despite national recycling campaigns, the amount of municipal solid waste (MSW) to be treated remains very important in France with almost 39% of the waste produced going to landfills. Therefore with the increasing concern over sustainable development and energy valorization, it seems essential to optimize current treatment methods and develop new preparation techniques of the waste. Nevertheless an important first step to take into account is to evaluate the waste using a different method than biogas production. In this perspective, the leaching test (LT) could be used as a tool to evaluate the ability of a waste to mobilize organic and mineral compounds. This research aims at optimizing a leaching test protocol mainly adapted to organic waste in order to be used on MSW to assess the fractions of both fast and slow mobilized organic matter. Several leaching tests have thus been implemented, optimized and compared in terms of accessible organic matter in the waste. Results have shown that the test conditions have a great influence on the mobilization of pollutants. The duration of the test affects mainly the quantity and quality of organic molecules extracted. The renewal of the eluent does not properly simulate the conditions of a landfill. The results would be used to assess the performance and the efficiency of new ways of waste pretreatment.
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hal-00654686 , version 1 (22-12-2011)

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A. Parodi, Geneviève Feuillade-Cathalifaud, Virginie Pallier, A.A. Mansour. Optimization of municipal solid waste leaching test procedure: Assessment of the part of hydrosoluble organic compounds. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2011, 186 (2-3), pp.991-998. ⟨10.1016/j.jhazmat.2010.11.090⟩. ⟨hal-00654686⟩
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