S. Yu. Selivanovskaya

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The results obtained during the laboratory remediation modeling of oil-containing waste (652 g/kg) and natural radionuclides (Ra226, Th232, and K40) using the methods of landfarming, biostimulation, and bioaugmentation are given in the article. It is found that landfarming and biostimulation decrease the content of oil products and phytotoxicity of the(More)
Organic substances and metals multidirectionaly influence soil microorganisms. The results of an evaluation of the response of the soil microbial community to the simultaneous application of organic substance and metals which are a part of compost from the sewage sludge are presented. For two seasons after soil treatment, the increase in Corg to 2.1 ± 0.4%(More)
This paper presents an algorithm for determining the content of oil products in remediated soil that is safe for plants and microorganisms. The algorithm includes laboratory modeling of the remediation of soil samples that contain different amounts of soil products, determination of the biological parameters that provide the integral characterization of the(More)
A biological test system is proposed for assessing the toxicity of multicomponent wastes stored in the natural environment, with sewage sludge being used as an example. The principles of creating a test system and ranking the samples of multicomponent masses with respect to environmental hazard are discussed.
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