Assessment of the soil of Kastamonu Landfill in Turkey with some heavy metals (Co, Mn, Zn, Pb, Ni)Author(s):
Faizi Tawati Abdulnaser, Ahmed Ayad Alfaytouri Saeid and Bled Abdalah Fadel AbdalahAbstract:
The aim of this study was to reveal the effects of domestic dumpsite on the some soil chemical properties in the surface soils in Kastamonu city in Turkey. The results show Nickel level changes from 15 ppm to 75 ppm in, Our results showed that Ni level ranged from 37.7 ppm to 87.9 ppm which was so higher than the required level, Lead level changes from 40 ppm to 300 ppm in, Our results showed that Pb level ranged from 9.4 ppm to 47.8 ppm which was so higher than the required level. Zink level changes from 100 ppm to 330 ppm in, Our results showed that Zn level ranged from 31.8 ppm to 142.7 ppm which was so higher than the required level. Also our results showed that for (Mn, Co) levels was between the high and low. From (15.58 ppm - 2.63 ppm) respectively, to (18.49 ppm - 16.6 ppm) which was so higher than the required level. When all the findings are taken into account, it can be said that the trash dumps might have a harmful impact on the ecosystem.
To reduce the amount of heavy metals in the dumpsites and the soils nearby, we thus ensure that the items that are disposed are concentrated and reprocessed. Additionally, phytoremediation, the only remediation method for metal-contaminated soils, is the most expensive, ecologically responsible, and simple to use. By utilizing plants that hyper accumulate certain toxins, phytoremediation can be employed to remove, displace, or eliminate contaminants from soil. Pages: 214-226 | Views: 42 | Downloads: 17Download Full Article: Click Here
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Faizi Tawati Abdulnaser, Ahmed Ayad Alfaytouri Saeid, Bled Abdalah Fadel Abdalah. Assessment of the soil of Kastamonu Landfill in Turkey with some heavy metals (Co, Mn, Zn, Pb, Ni). Int J Multidiscip Trends 2022;4(1):214-226.