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Volume 372, 2022International Conference on Science and Technology 2022 “Advancing Science and Technology Innovation on Post Pandemic Through Society 5.0” (ICST-2022)
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|Section||Energy and Environmental Science|
|Published online||08 December 2022|
The Study of Soil Permeability Test for Landfill of Slag and FABA in The Area of Location 2 LB3 in The Regency of Central Halmahera
1 Department of Mining, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Khairun, Indonesia
2 Department of Mining, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Khairun, Indonesia
3 Department of Mining, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Khairun, Indonesia
4 Department of Mining, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Khairun, Indonesia
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One of the feasibility methods for landfill of nickel slag and FABA is the soil permeability test. Data of interpolation results from all areas consisted of 7 sampling points in location 2 LB3. The results of testing of Borehole on 7 points showed domination of sand-sized material with 74.40 – 86.10% (first meter) and 82.04 – 91.77% (second meter) compared to the clay and gravel materials. Interpolation results of permeability class in the area of Location 2 LB3 ranged from "slightly fast" to "fast" from a layer depth of 0-2 meters. Furthermore, the permeability class classification based on the Verruijt classification showed that the overall observed areas for location 2 LB3 were in the Medium Permeability class. This result was determined by the presence of sand-sized material which is more dominantly concentrated than gravel and clay-sized material.
Key words: Permeability test / Landfill / Slag / FABA
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