This book focuses on the impact of waste disposal to land, providing an outline of the underpinning knowledge of processes associated with contaminant sorption, transport, and plant uptake. It presents case studies highlighting waste management technologies used in the Australasia-Pacific region.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Waste Management; Managing Wastes-Implications of Waste Disposals to Environmental Quality; Contaminants in the Soil of the Rootzone: Transport, Uptake and Remediation: B. Clothier et al.; Issues in Waste Disposal and Management: R.G. McLaren et al.; Environmental Auditing of Land Contamination: Experiences in South Australia and Northern Territory: A. Hall; Heavy Metal Contamination of Soil with Domestic Sewage Sludge: M.B. Kirkham; Heavy Metal Accumulation and Mobility in Soils Affected by Irrigating Agricultural Crops with Sewage Water: O. Wiger et al.; Heavy Metals Availability at Industrially Contaminated Soils in NSW, Australia: Y.L. Tam and B. Singh; Urban Solid Wastes and Environment: K. Jeevan Rao and M.V. Santharam; Benefits and Risks Associated with Biosolids Application to Agricultural Production Systems: Experiences in NSW, Australia: D.L. Michalk et al.; Land Application of Municipal Wastewater and its Influence on Soil Physical Properties and Nitrate Leaching: G.N. Mages
Juhasz, A L; Magesan, G.; Naidu, R.