1887

Abstract

Stainless steel electrodes were placed in 3 borings at and near a waste deposit located in the city of Aarhus, eastern Jutland, Denmark. The waste deposit is situated in a glacial river valley. Drinking water for the city of Aarhus is extracted from a lower aquifer consisting of fluvial deposits of varying composition with high permeable land/gravel formations interchanging with love permeable clay, silt and fine grained sand. The aquifer is covered by 20-30m thick moraine clay that is locally disturbed by the ice. The locations of the deposit areas and borings are shown on the opposite page .

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1992-06-01
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