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- Poisoned gold. // New Scientist;8/13/94, Vol. 143 Issue 1938, p12
Reports on claims being investigated by Germany's environment ministry on the illegal transportation of German waste metal to Bolivia, where it is causing health problems. Facts and issues of the case.
- Analyzing heavy metal content of European commercial composts. // BioCycle;Apr98, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p69
Reports on the result of the study conducted by the researchers at the University of Milan in Italy pertaining to the analysis of heavy metal content of compost from biogenic wastes. Specific metals present in the analysis; Comparison to metal contents of composts from municipal solid waste;...
- Quapaw area mining waste headed for Kansas highways. COLBERG, SONYA // Native American Times;1/29/2010, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p3
The article reports that mining waste chat from Tar Creek Superfund will be used in the highways of Kansas as asphalt mixture.
- Nanocrystal explosion. // Industrial Management;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p10
Reports on findings on nanocrystals by Purdue University industrial engineering professors Srinivasan Chandrasekar and Dale Compton. Discovery of the presence of nanocrystals in common scrap that is normally collected and melted down for reuse; Use of nanocrystals to make super-strong and...
- Environmental fact. // IIE Solutions;Apr99, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p15
Reports on the amount of trash disposed by an average American daily. Percentage of paper disposed; Percentage of yard waste; Food waste and metals.
- Genetically altered algae remove heavy metals from water, sediment. Canning, Kathie // Pollution Engineering;Jul99, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p11
Investigates the use of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii algae in removing heavy metals from water and sediment in Columbus, Ohio. Comparison between the biological and chemical engineering approaches in removing metals; Role of metallothionein proteins in increasing metal binding capacity of algae;...
- Chemical Immobilisation of Chromium Wastes using Modified Smectite Clays (E-clays). McLeod, Neil // Environmental Geochemistry & Health;Sep2001, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p273
The article reports on the chemical immobilisation of chromium wastes using modified smectite clays. Chromite ore processing residues which are waste materials arising from the chemical processing of ore to produce usable forms of chromium, have been historically used as infill material at a...
- CHINA. // Nuclear Waste News;6/25/2012, Vol. 32 Issue 11/12, p6
The article informs that Chinese customs officials have intercepted 1,127 tons of imported waste metals containing caesium-137 from Japan which contains excessive gamma rays.
- Metal treatment standards revised. Tutein, Thomas R. // Pollution Engineering;Aug97, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p7
Cites the Environmental Protection Agency's proposed additional revisions to the treatment standards for metal wastes.