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The concentrations of nine heavy metals (Fe, Mn, Zn, Cu, Ni, Cd, Cr, Co, and Pb) in soil samples of Arabian Gulf coast, Saudi Arabia, were investigated. Sediment Quality Guideline (SQGs),… Continue Reading
Olive mill wastewater (OMW), a liquid by-product of the olive oil industry, represents a severe environmental problem owing to its high pollution load. In this study, successive columns containing… Continue Reading
Abstract The liquid and bio-solids (landfill sediments) product from landfills has many toxic substances, which may adversely affect on the environmental health. Thus in order to have a better… Continue Reading
A 30-day incubation experiment was conducted using a heavy metal-contaminated mined soil amended with date palm feedstock (FS) and its derivative biochars (BCs) at three pyrolysis temperatures of 300… Continue Reading
Date palm biochar (BC) was prepared at two pyrolysis temperatures of 300 °C (BC-300) and 700 °C (BC-700) as sorbents for removing Cd from aqueous solutions in batch experiments. The results indicated… Continue Reading
This study investigated two digestion methods (USEPA 3051: microwave, HNO3 or Hossner: hot plate, HF–H2SO4–HClO4) for heavy metals analysis in contaminated soil surrounding Mahad AD'Dahab mine, Saudi… Continue Reading
In recent years, phytoremediation of polluted soil and water resource have gained growing interest. This study address the issue of Cr, Ni, Cu, Zn, Cd and Pb metals accumulation in Fagonia indica and… Continue Reading
ABSTRACTSuccessive columns of gravel, fine sand, and mixture of acidified cotton and zeolite clinoptilolite nanoparticles (ZNP) were found efficient in olive mill waste water (OMW) treatment and de...