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- Xu, Tong-Jiang; Ramanathan, Thulasya; Ting, Yen-Peng
- Biotechnology Reports 2014 v.3 pp. 8-14
- waste incineration, etc ; Aspergillus niger; X-ray diffraction; bioleaching; biotechnology; calcium oxalate; crystals; energy-dispersive X-ray analysis; fly ash; fungal morphology; fungi; hyphae; metals; municipal solid waste; scanning electron microscopy; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... This study examines the bioleaching of municipal solid waste incineration fly ash by Aspergillus niger, and its effect on the fungal morphology, the fate of the ash particles, and the precipitation of metallic salt crystals during bioleaching. The fungal morphology was significantly affected during one-step and two-step bioleaching; scanning electron microscopy revealed that bioleaching caused dis ...
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- Pagliari, Paulo; Rosen, Carl; Strock, Jeff; Russelle, Michael
- Communications in soil science and plant analysis 2010 v.41 no.9-11 pp. 1369
- waste incineration, etc ; Zea mays; corn; poultry manure; ash; phosphorus; phosphorus fertilizers; nutrient availability; soil amendments; nutrient uptake; potassium; triple superphosphate; potassium chloride; plant development; height; dry matter accumulation; plant nutrition; extracts; waste utilization; Minnesota; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Incinerating turkey manure is a new option in the USA to generate renewable energy and to eliminate environmental problems associated with manure stockpiling. Incineration produces turkey manure ash (TMA) with a nutrient content of 43 g phosphorus (P) kg-1 and 100 g potassium (K) kg-1. We conducted a greenhouse pot study using a low P (6 mg kg-1) and high K (121 mg kg-1) soil/sand mixture with a 7 ...
- Paramasivam, S.; Sajwan, K.S.; Alva, A.K.
- Water, air, and soil pollution 2006 v.171 no.1-4 pp. 273
- waste incineration, etc ; sewage sludge; weathering; agricultural soils; soil amendments; leaching; soil pollution; Sorghum bicolor; nutrient uptake; bioaccumulation; trace elements; heavy metals; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... Preliminary leaching column and greenhouse plant uptake studies were conducted in two soils with contrasting characteristics amended with varying rates (0 to 148.3 Mg ha-1) of incinerated sewage sludge (ISS) and weathered sewage sludge (WISS) to estimate the leaching losses of trace elements from the soils amended with incinerated sewage sludge by products and to evaluate the uptake and accumulati ...