Published December 31, 1899
by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||P. L"Hermite (Editor), J. Dehandtschutter (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||392|
Copper in Animal Wastes and Sewage Sludge Proceedings of the EEC Workshop organised by the Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique (INRA), Station d’Agronomie, Bordeaux, France, and held at Bordeaux, October 8–10, Beckett P. () Copper in sludge — are the Toxic Effects of Copper and other Heavy Metals Additive?. In: L’Hermite P., Dehandtschutter J. (eds) Copper in Animal Wastes and Sewage Sludge. Springer, Dordrecht. DOI ; Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht; Print ISBN ; Online ISBN Author: P. Beckett. Animal Wastes - (XX see more details and effluent suspended solids achieved at these sludge ages compared with the lowest sludge age studied, days. For both copper and zinc there is an increase in soluble metal across the activated sludge process. However, significant removal of both metals occurs as a consequence of the removal of Cited by: Unwin R.J. () The Application of Copper in Sewage Sludge and Pig Manure to Agricultural Land in England and Wales. In: L’Hermite P., Dehandtschutter J. (eds) Copper in Animal Wastes and Sewage Sludge. Springer, Dordrecht. DOI ; Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht; Print ISBN
Davis R.D. () Copper Uptake from Soil Treated with Sewage Sludge and its Implications for Plant and Animal Health. In: L’Hermite P., Dehandtschutter J. (eds) Copper in Animal Wastes and Sewage Sludge. Springer, Dordrecht. DOI ; Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht. Digested sludge has TABLE 1 PROPERTIES OF ANIMAL MANURE AND SEWAGE SLUDGES Activated Digested Chicken Pig sludge sludge manure manure Total Nitrogen + 2, + 2, + + content (~) Available Phosphate + 10,59 -t- + _ content (ppm) Organic Carbon + + 8. Muhammad Tariq Siddique, J. Stephen Robinson, Differences in Phosphorus Retention and Release in Soils Amended with Animal Manures and Sewage Sludge, Soil Science Society of America Journal, /sssaj, 68, 4, (), (). Aerobically treated secondary liquid sewage sludge was applied to both corn (Zea mays L.) and hay growing on Hadley sandy loam and Nellis loam nine treatments consisted of a check, four ammonium nitrate levels (50, , , and kg N ha −1 yr −1), and four sludge levels (chosen to supply amounts of available N similar to the ammonium nitrate rates).
Soon Y.K., Bates T.E., Haq A.U. () Copper Toxicity to Crops Resulting from Land Application of Sewage Sludge. In: L’Hermite P., Dehandtschutter J. (eds) Copper in Animal Wastes and Sewage Sludge. Get this from a library! Phosphorus in sewage sludge and animal waste slurries: proceedings of the EEC seminar. [T W G Hucker; G Catroux; Commission of the European Communities.; Instituut voor Bodemvruchtbaarheid (Netherlands);]. niger fermented raw liquid from pineapple wastes as a source of citric acid, in extracting chromium (Cr), copper (Cu), lead (Pb), nickel (Ni) and zinc (Zn) from anaerobically digested sewage sludge. Results of the study revealed that metal removal efficiencies varied with pH, forms of metals in sludge and contact time. Sewage sludge Sewage sludge or waste sludge is a residual product from the treatment of urban and industrial wastewater. animals and human health, and have impacts on the environment. Copper 12 Mercury Nickel 3.