Groundwater pollution control by an underground continuous wall

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Authors:Cong Aisen
Author Affiliations:Primary:
Beijing Qiankun Foundation Engineering Company, Beijing, China
Volume Title:Dizhi yu Kantan Geology and Prospecting
Source:Dizhi yu Kantan = Geology and Prospecting, 33(1), p.59-64. Publisher: Ministry of Metallurgical Industry, Beijing, China. ISSN: 0495-5331
Publication Date:1997
Note:In Chinese with English summary
Summary:A controlling method of seriously polluted groundwater is introduced in this paper. It is an underground wall. Its bottom end goes down to the impermeable rock strata, and an "underground basin" is formed, so that the pollutant can be enclosed in it, thus controlling the pollutant in the closed trap so as to bring groundwater pollution under permanent control.
Subjects:Controls; Ground water; Pollution; Preventive measures; Retaining walls; Water pollution; Asia; Beijing China; China; Far East; Hebei China
Record ID:1998041155
Copyright Information:GeoRef, Copyright 2018 American Geosciences Institute.
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