This book presents a new way of viewing contaminated soil-as a resource that in many instances can be recovered. The Reuse and Recycling of Contaminated Soils addresses the waste problem associated with contaminated soil and considers alternatives that are environmentally sound, cost-effective, and time efficient. It provides thorough coverage of practical issues associated with reuse and recycling.

chapter 1|34 pages


chapter 2|8 pages

Regulatory Aspects

chapter 3|30 pages

Soil Reuse and Recycling Technologies

chapter 4|8 pages

Field Considerations

chapter 5|22 pages

Laboratory Considerations

chapter 6|18 pages

Engineering Considerations

chapter 7|28 pages

Chemical Aspects of Bitumens and Asphalt

chapter 8|18 pages

Asphaltic Emulsions

chapter 9|20 pages

Chemical Aspects of Cementitious Products

chapter 11|16 pages

Asphalt Utilization and Application

chapter 12|20 pages

Selected Cma Case Histories