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Accumulation of adsorbed organic chlorine from active sludge used as fertilizer in plants

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The processes of accumulation and biotransformation of organically bound chlorine from excess active sludge in soils, which are waste products of pulp and paper mills, were studied. Samples of active silt of various ages and the accumulation of organically bound chlorine in 4 species of plants growing on soils with high doses of introduced silt were studied, as well as the aftereffect of prolonged use of activated sludge for the purpose of determining ecological safety.Article: Stebunov O.B., Timofeev N.P. Accumulation of adsorbed organic chlorine from active sludge used as fertilizer in plants / In Book: The Ninth Intemational Scientical and Technical Conference PAP-FOR 2006 "Pulp snd Paper lndustry in Russia: current state and prospects". Saint Petersburg, Russia, 2006. P. 133-136.Заголовок автора: Adsorbed organic chlorine in plants Keywords: ecology; pulp and paper industry; environmental safety; industrial waste; organic fertilizers; activated sludge; adsorbed chlorine; organochlorine compounds; soil; organically bound chlorine; atriplex patula; elytrigia repens; medicago falcata; rhaponticum carthamoides; aerial parts; roots; accumulation chlorine; growth and development; biodegradation chlorine

 

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