Sewage sludge applied to agricultural soil: Ecotoxicological effects on representative soil organisms.

@article{Carbonell2009SewageSA,
  title={Sewage sludge applied to agricultural soil: Ecotoxicological effects on representative soil organisms.},
  author={Gregoria Carbonell and J. William Pro and N. S{\'a}nchez G{\'o}mez and Mar{\'i}a del Mar Bab{\'i}n and Carlos V. Fernandez and Elena Figueiredo Alonso and Jos{\'e} Vicente Tarazona},
  journal={Ecotoxicology and environmental safety},
  year={2009},
  volume={72 4},
  pages={1309-19}
}
Application of sewage sludge to agricultural lands is a current practice in EU. European legislation permits its use when concentrations of metals in soil do not increase above the maximum permissible limits. In order to assess the fate and the effects on representative soil organisms of sewage sludge amendments on agricultural lands, a soil microcosm (multi-species soil system-MS3) experiment was performed. The MS3 columns were filled with spiked soil at three different doses: 30, 60 and… CONTINUE READING

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