PLANNING AND EXECUTION OF A PILOT PHYTOREMEDIATION EXPERIMENT
This paper deals with some specific problems of the procedure of planning and execution of a pilot phytoremediation experiment. Phytoremediation is environmentally-safe and -friendly technology, introduced to clean soils, contaminated anthropogenically with heavy metals, organics and radionuclides. The material is based on the experience from the first phytoremediation experiment in Bulgaria, carried in 1998 at the industrial site of Kremikovtzi Steel Works within a bilaterally initiated project with Phytotech, Inc. and using the genuine proprietary technology, developed by the company.
KeywordsBiomass Migration Dust Silicate Radionuclide
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