Selective adsorption of lead, copper and antimony in runoff water from a small arms shooting range with a combination of charcoal and iron hydroxide.

@article{Mariussen2015SelectiveAO,
  title={Selective adsorption of lead, copper and antimony in runoff water from a small arms shooting range with a combination of charcoal and iron hydroxide.},
  author={Espen Mariussen and Ida Vaa Johnsen and Arnljot Einride Str\omseng},
  journal={Journal of environmental management},
  year={2015},
  volume={150},
  pages={281-287}
}
Metals and metalloids from ammunition residues at small arms shooting ranges leach into the soil and surrounding watercourses and may pose a threat to exposed wildlife and humans. To reduce the potential impact of heavy metal on the environment a field study was performed with different sorbents in order to reduce the metal concentration in polluted water… CONTINUE READING