An up-flow percolation test
was performed in order to determine the leaching behaviour of BCs, as fully described in Peckyte and Baltrenaite (2015).
To analyze of the behavior of heavy metals (Cd, Pb, Cr, Ni, Zn, Cu) in (bio)char two types of leaching tests--up-flow percolation test
and two-stage batch leaching test--were applied.
The holes for the percolation test
were spaced accordingly, and located within the absorption field.
Test the drainage of potential sites by digging a percolation test
hole that is at least 8 inches wide and 8 inches deep.
A number of alternative techniques for making a percolation test
have been proposed (Mulqueen & Rodgers, 2001; Rodgers & Mulqueen, 2004; Schmidt et al., 1980).
The leaching behavior test applied was an up-flow percolation test
. Semicoke with a particle size of <10 mm without size reduction was used in all leaching tests.
This will require a positive percolation test
- if the ground does not allow adequate seepage, you may not be allowed to install sewage facilities or to construct a home - and perhaps a consultation with an engineer.
Corriveau tried to relax the town's percolation test
regulations, and as a builder, the change would have benefited him.
The leaching behavior of semicoke was also studied in a laboratory column percolation test
. The percolation test
was carried out with 2.2 kg (dry weight) of semicoke using 30 cm high columns, 10 cm in diameter.
The idea behind the soil percolation test
was to gauge the permeability or infiltration characteristics of a soil.