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Title: Phytoremediation of hydrocarbon-contaminated soil, using plants
Authors: Masu, Smaranda
Keywords: Complex treatment;Sewage sludge fertilization;Indigenous volcanic tuff;Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons
Issue Date: 2012
Abstract: 
Applying the complex treatment of sewage sludge fertilization and amendment of indigenous volcanic tuff of Marsid, caused a grass coverage degree of 85%. Plants grow similarly to those on normal agricultural soil. The reduction efficiency of Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH), from the soil fertilized with anaerobically stabilized sewage sludge of 25 t/ha d.m. and amended with indigenous volcanic tuff 2.5 t/ha is of 33.7%, during a four month period, with over 10% more than the efficiency of reduction of the Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons content from the soil of the experimental variant fertilized with sewage sludge in the absence of amendments.
Description: 
The 18th Symposium on Analytical and Environmental Problems with special emphasis on heavy metal ions as contaminants, 24 September 2012 , Szeged, Hungary, Conference Proceedings, pp. 56-59
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/989
ISBN: 978-963-306-165-7
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