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AFNOR (2015) NF EN 14429 Caractérisation des déchets Essais de comportement à la lixiviation-Influence du pH sur la lixiviation avec ajout initial d’acide/base.

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  • TITLE: Spatial and Temporal Stability of Major and Trace Element Leaching in Urban Stormwater Sediments

    AUTHORS: Clémentine Drapeau, Cécile Delolme, Vincent Chatain, Mathieu Gautier, Denise Blanc, Mostafa Benzaazoua, Laurent Lassabatère

    KEYWORDS: Component, Urban Sediment, Element Release, Acid and Basic Neutralization Capacity

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Soil Science, Vol.7 No.11, November 30, 2017

    ABSTRACT: Urban sediment generated by stormwater management techniques are highly contaminated with various trace elements. The characterization of trace element speciation and mobility are critical information to improve environmental risk assessment. This study investigates the spatial and temporal variability of major and trace element release from a sedimentary layer in Django Reinhart stormwater infiltration basin (Chassieu, eastern suburbs of Lyon, France). Sampling was conducted for 3 zones and two dates. Chemical characterization was performed (X-Ray diffraction, ICP-AES). The samples were submitted to Acid Neutralization Capacity & Base Neutralization Capacity ANC-BNC tests, according to European standard 14429 (AFNOR, 2015). Solid matrices were mixed with acid or basic solutions and physicochemical parameters and major and trace element release (i.e. Al, Ca, Fe, P, S, Si, Cu, Zn and total carbon) were followed as a function of pH. The results show that the urban sediment has no significant spatial and temporal variability with regards to element release. This observation is all the more surprising that the samples were collected in three contrasting zones regarding stormwater supply and hydric conditions. Element release follows the same trends as a function of pH with a bell-shaped solubilization curve exhibiting with the highest solubility at extreme pH values. However, the samples showed slight differences concerning the release of major elements. Such differences are related to slight differences in total mineral contents (organic matter, carbonates…) and chemical composition of the sediments. The results show that despite the varying environmental conditions, the sediment chemical properties can be considered as very stable and uniform over space, depending mainly on the local geochemical context and watershed characteristics. This study highlights the strength and affluence of the information obtained by ANC-BNC tests on the release of major and traces metal elements by urban sediments and brings relevant information regarding the management of these sediments.