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SAE/TP - 2007-01-3268 - MICROBIAL CHARACTERIZATION OF COMPACTED VS. NON-COMPACTED SIMULATED ORION CREW VEHICLE FOOD TRASH COMPARTMENT WASTE Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2007-07-09
Description: A second study with replication (n=3) and 2 weeks post-treatment storage was conducted. Microbiological parameters and VOC analysis by EPA TO15r compendium method were measured. Author(s): Name: R.
CEN - EN 15863 - CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE - LEACHING BEHAVIOUR TEST FOR BASIC CHARACTERIZATION - DYNAMIC MONOLITHIC LEACHING TEST WITH PERIODIC LEACHANT RENEWAL, UNDER FIXED CONDITIONS Organization: CEN
Date: 2015-04-01
Description: As shown in the results obtained with EN 15863 (see Annex E), they are also demonstrated to be comparable with US EPA method 1315 (SW846). These observations imply that a monolithic waste tested with this European Standard, does not need to be tested a second time, when the material proves suitable for beneficial use in construction and provided it has not undergone a treatment or other changes modifying its leaching behaviour.
DIN EN 15863 - CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE - LEACHING BEHAVIOUR TEST FOR BASIC CHARACTERIZATION - DYNAMIC MONOLITHIC LEACHING TEST WITH PERIODIC LEACHANT RENEWAL, UNDER FIXED CONDITIONS Organization: DIN
Date: 2015-06-01
Description: As shown in the results obtained with EN 15863 (see Annex E), they are also demonstrated to be comparable with US EPA method 1315 (SW846). These observations imply that a monolithic waste tested with this European Standard, does not need to be tested a second time, when the material proves suitable for beneficial use in construction and provided it has not undergone a treatment or other changes modifying its leaching behaviour.
NBN - EN 15863 - CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE - LEACHING BEHAVIOUR TEST FOR BASIC CHARACTERIZATION - DYNAMIC MONOLITHIC LEACHING TEST WITH PERIODIC LEACHANT RENEWAL, UNDER FIXED CONDITIONS Organization: NBN
Date: 2015-05-22
Description: As shown in the results obtained with EN 15863 (see Annex E), they are also demonstrated to be comparable with EPA method 1315 (SW846). These observations imply that a monolithic waste tested with this European Standard, does not need to be tested a second time, when the material proves suitable for beneficial use in construction and provided it has not undergone a treatment or other changes modifying its leaching behaviour.
NBN - EN 15863 - CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE - LEACHING BEHAVIOUR TEST FOR BASIC CHARACTERIZATION - DYNAMIC MONOLITHIC LEACHING TEST WITH PERIODIC LEACHANT RENEWAL, UNDER FIXED CONDITIONS Organization: NBN
Date: 2015-05-22
Description: As shown in the results obtained with EN 15863 (see Annex E), they are also demonstrated to be comparable with EPA method 1315 (SW846). These observations imply that a monolithic waste tested with this European Standard, does not need to be tested a second time, when the material proves suitable for beneficial use in construction and provided it has not undergone a treatment or other changes modifying its leaching behaviour.
NBN - EN 15863 - CARACTÉRISATION DES DÉCHETS - ESSAIS DE COMPORTEMENT À LA LIXIVIATION POUR LA CARACTÉRISATION DE BASE - ESSAI DE LIXIVIATION DYNAMIQUE DES MONOLITHES AVEC RENOUVELLEMENT PÉRIODIQUE DU LIXIVIANT, DANS DES CONDITIONS D'ESSAI FIXES Organization: NBN
Date: 2015-05-22
Description: As shown in the results obtained with EN 15863 (see Annex E), they are also demonstrated to be comparable with EPA method 1315 (SW846). These observations imply that a monolithic waste tested with this European Standard, does not need to be tested a second time, when the material proves suitable for beneficial use in construction and provided it has not undergone a treatment or other changes modifying its leaching behaviour.
ASTM D1557 - STANDARD TEST METHODS FOR LABORATORY COMPACTION CHARACTERISTICS OF SOIL USING MODIFIED EFFORT (56,000 FT-LBF/FT3 (2,700 KN-M/M3)) Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-05-01
Description: NOTE 2—Results have been found to vary slightly when a material is tested at the same compactive effort in different size molds, with the smaller mold size typically yielding larger values of unit weight and density (1).

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