alexa Abstract | Heavy metals and physicochemical properties of soils and water from sewage treatment plant

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In the present age of industrialization, world is f acing the hazards of pollution in some form or the other and particularly industrial waste water imposes serious damage to the quality of soil. Variable results we re recorded in the application of sewage sludge in agricultural la nd whether treated or untreated effluents added to the soil. Some of soil containing sewage sludge may accumulate the heavy metals in soil as well as plants. In this in vestigation, water and soil samples of polluted sewage treatment plant, polluted and unpolluted agricultural fields were analyzed for their eco-physico-chemical parameters such as pH, EC, carbonate, bicarbonate, Cl, Mg, Na, K, P, NO3 and heavy metals like Cu, Cd, Zn, Hg,Ni, Cr, Pb , were studied.

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Author(s): S D Shankhadarwar


Heavy, Metal, Physicochemical, Properties, Sewage, Soils, Water, Heavy metals, sewage treatment plant

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