Removal of Heavy Metals from Sewage Sludge Used as Soil Fertilizer

@article{Turek2005RemovalOH,
  title={Removal of Heavy Metals from Sewage Sludge Used as Soil Fertilizer},
  author={Marian Turek and Teofil Korolewicz and Jerzy Ciba},
  journal={Soil and Sediment Contamination: An International Journal},
  year={2005},
  volume={14},
  pages={143 - 154}
}
This work has examined sewage sludge of the following heavy metal concentrations (mg/kg): Cd-3.43; Co-5.25; Cu-131; Fe-51300; Mn-177; Ni-37.5; Pb-104; Zn-3300. Metals speciation by sequential extraction according to Tessier et al. (1979), and Rudd et al. (1988), and a procedure recommended by European Community Bureau of Reference (BCR) (Ure et al., 1993; Quevauiller et al., 1996; Davidson et al., 1999), as well as analysis of chemical forms of metals, have been carried out. It has been found… Expand
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