Case study of electrochemical metal removal from actual sediment, sludge, sewage and scallop organs and subsequent pH adjustment of sediment for agricultural use.

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In this paper we propose a method for chemical-free removal of metal from lake sediment, and its subsequent pH adjustment, based on electrochemical migration and precipitation. Such a method would enable the utilization of sediment as composting material. Sediment was placed in the anode side of a dual-bath electrochemical reactor separated by a thimble… (More)

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@article{Matsumoto2007CaseSO, title={Case study of electrochemical metal removal from actual sediment, sludge, sewage and scallop organs and subsequent pH adjustment of sediment for agricultural use.}, author={Norio Matsumoto and Hiroaki Uemoto and Hiroshi Leon Saiki}, journal={Water research}, year={2007}, volume={41 12}, pages={2541-50} }