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  • CEN/TS 16675:2014

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    CHARACTERISATION OF WASTE - TEST METHODS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE MONOLITHIC STATUS OF WASTE

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    Superseded date:  13-05-2022

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    Published date:  10-09-2014

    Publisher:  Comite Europeen de Normalisation

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    Foreword
    Introduction
    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Terms and definitions
    4 Principle
    5 Equipment and reagents
    6 Sampling and sample preparation
    7 Procedures
    8 Expression of results
    9 Documentation and test report
    Bibliography

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    This Technical Specification provides methods, which can be used to assess the monolithic character of a stabilised/solidified waste, with respect to landfilling.

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    Committee TC 444
    Document Type Technical Specification
    Publisher Comite Europeen de Normalisation
    Status Superseded

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    EN 12390-3:2009/AC:2011 TESTING HARDENED CONCRETE - PART 3: COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF TEST SPECIMENS
    CEN/TR 15177 : 2006 TESTING THE FREEZE-THAW RESISTANCE OF CONCRETE - INTERNAL STRUCTURAL DAMAGE
    CEN/TS 15863 : 2012 CHARACTERISATION OF WASTE - LEACHING BEHAVIOUR TEST FOR BASIC CHARACTERISATION - DYNAMIC MONOLITHIC LEACHING TEST WITH PERIODIC LEACHANT RENEWAL, UNDER FIXED TEST CONDITIONS
    EN 13137 : 2001 CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE - DETERMINATION OF TOTAL ORGANIC CARBON (TOC) IN WASTE, SLUDGES AND SEDIMENTS
    EN 14346:2006 CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE - CALCULATION OF DRY MATTER BY DETERMINATION OF DRY RESIDUE OR WATER CONTENT
    ISO/TS 17892-11:2004 Geotechnical investigation and testing Laboratory testing of soil Part 11: Determination of permeability by constant and falling head
    CEN/TS 15864:2015 CHARACTERISATION OF WASTE - LEACHING BEHAVIOUR TEST FOR BASIC CHARACTERIZATION - DYNAMIC MONOLITHIC LEACHING TEST WITH CONTINUOUS LEACHANT RENEWAL UNDER CONDITIONS RELEVANT FOR SPECIFIED SCENARIO(S)
    EN 12457-1 : 2002 CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE - LEACHING - COMPLIANCE TEST FOR LEACHING OF GRANULAR WASTE MATERIALS AND SLUDGES - ONE STAGE BATCH TEST AT A LIQUID TO SOLID RATIO OF 2L/KG FOR MATERIALS WITH HIGH SOLID CONTENT AND WITH PARTICLE SIZE BELOW 4 MM (WITHOUT OR WITH SIZE REDUCTION)
    EN 15002:2015 CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE - PREPARATION OF TEST PORTIONS FROM THE LABORATORY SAMPLE
    EN ISO/TS 17892-11 : 2004 GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION AND TESTING - LABORATORY TESTING OF SOIL - PART 11: DETERMINATION OF PERMEABILITY BY CONSTANT AND FALLING HEAD
    EN 15216:2007 CHARACTERIZATION OF WASTE - DETERMINATION OF TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS (TDS) IN WATER AND ELUATES
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