Al-Tabbaa, A and Liska, M and Ouellet-Plamondon, C and Jegandan, S and Shrestha, R and Barker, P and McGall, R and Critchlow, C (2012) Soil mix technology for integrated remediation and ground improvement: From laboratory work to field trials. Geotechnical Special Publication. pp. 522-532. ISSN 0895-0563Full text not available from this repository.
Relatively new in the UK, soil mix technology applied to the in-situ remediation of contaminated land involves the use of mixing tools and additives to construct permeable reactive in-ground barriers and low-permeability containment walls and for hot-spot soil treatment by stabilisation/ solidification. It is a cost effective and versatile approach with numerous environmental advantages. Further commercial advantages can be realised by combining this with ground improvement through the development of a single integrated soil mix technology system which is the core objective of Project SMiRT (Soil Mix Remediation Technology). This is a large UK-based R&D project involving academia-industry collaboration with a number of tasks including equipment development, laboratory treatability studies, field trials, stakeholder consultation and dissemination activities. This paper presents aspects of project SMiRT relating to the laboratory treatability study work leading to the design of the field trials. © 2012 American Society of Civil Engineers.
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