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The primary sources of soil contamination include: land disposal of solid waste; sludge and wastewater; industrial activities; and leakages and spills, primarily of petroleum products. The solid waste disposal sites include: dumps, landfills, sanitary landfills, and secured landfills. Land disposal sites result in soil contamination through leachate migration. The composition of the substances produced depends principally on the type of wastes present and the decomposition in the landfill (aerobic or anaerobic).

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S. E n v i r o n . P r o t . Agency, Environ. : Gulf Breeze, F l o r i d a , 1982; p. 96 ( d r a f t ) . T. S. E n v i r o n . P r o t . Agency, Environ. : Las Vegas, Nevada, 1982; p. 174 + Appendices. R E C E I V E D April 15, 1983. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1983. 3 Soil and Groundwater Fate Modeling MARCOS BONAZOUNTAS Arthur D. , Cambridge, M A 02140 Soil compartment chemical fate modeling has been traditionally performed for three distinct subcompartments: the land surface (or watershed); the unsaturated soil (or soil) zone; and the saturated (or groundwater) zone of a region.

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