Suppression of phosphorus release from sediments using water clarifier sludge as capping material.

@article{Ichihara2013SuppressionOP,
  title={Suppression of phosphorus release from sediments using water clarifier sludge as capping material.},
  author={Makiko Ichihara and Takayuki Nishio},
  journal={Environmental technology},
  year={2013},
  volume={34 13-16},
  pages={
          2291-9
        }
}
  • Makiko Ichihara, Takayuki Nishio
  • Published in Environmental technology 2013
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Water clarifier sludge was assessed as a capping material for preventing release of phosphorus from eutrophic pond sediments. Sediment incubation experiments were carried out over two months using five capping materials (sludge, sludge sintered respectively at 200, 400 and 600 degrees C, and sea sand) to evaluate the effect of sintering temperature. We also examined reduction in the nitrogen eluted from the sludge. Sludge, sludge sintered at 400 and 600 degrees C, and sea sand suppressed… CONTINUE READING

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