PD CEN/TR 16365:2012 - Characterization of waste. Sampling of waste from extractive industries

PD CEN/TR 16365:2012

Characterization of waste. Sampling of waste from extractive industries

Status : Current   Published : January 2013



Standard NumberPD CEN/TR 16365:2012
TitleCharacterization of waste. Sampling of waste from extractive industries
Publication Date31 January 2013
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 1997-2:2007, EN 14899:2005, CEN/TR 15310-1:2006, CEN/TR 15310-2:2006, CEN/TR 15310-3:2006, CEN/TR 15310-4:2006, CEN/TR 15310-5:2006, EN 15875:2011, CEN/TR 16363:2012, CEN/TR 16376:2012, EN ISO 22475-1:2006, ISO 22475-1:2006, EN 14735, ISO 10381-1:2002, ISO 10381-2:2002, ISO 10381-3:2001, ISO 10381-6:2009, ASTM D5092:04(2010)e1
International RelationshipsCEN/TR 16365:2012
DescriptorsWastes, Waste disposal, Waste control, Sampling methods, Sampling tables, Test specimens, Waste handling, Statistical methods of analysis, Statistics
Title in FrenchCaractérisation des déchets. Echantillonnage des déchets issus des industries extractives
Title in GermanCharakterisierung von Abfällen. Probenahme von Abfällen der mineralgewinnenden Industrie
ISBN978 0 580 64064 3
File Size2.002 MB

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