HEAVY METAL CHARACTERIZATION AND LEACHABILITY OF ORGANIC MATTER-RICH RIVER SEDIMENTS IN HANOI , VIETNAM

@inproceedings{Huong2017HEAVYMC,
  title={HEAVY METAL CHARACTERIZATION AND LEACHABILITY OF ORGANIC MATTER-RICH RIVER SEDIMENTS IN HANOI , VIETNAM},
  author={Nguyen Thi Lan Huong and Masami Ohtsubo and Loretta Y. Li and Takahiro Higashi and Motohei Kanayama},
  year={2017}
}
Industrial wastewater, including both domestic and production waster, with high organic matter content, discharged into the To Lich and Kim Nguu Rivers has degraded the quality of sediments in the river system. The present study shows that sediments are heavily polluted with heavy metals (220 to 475 mg/kg for Cu, 260 to 665 mg/kg for Pb, 250 to 535 mg/kg for Zn, 2.5 to 40 mg/kg for Cd, 505 to 655 mg/kg for Cr, and 48 to 165 mg/kg for Ni). Total heavy metal concentration in the sediment was… CONTINUE READING

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