publication . Article . 2016

Assessment of metal leachability and toxicity from sediment potentially stored on land

A Baran; M Tarnawski; B Michalec;
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  • Published: 21 Jun 2016
  • Publisher: Water Research Commission (WRC)
The aim of this study was to assess the toxicity and metal leachability from three dredged bottom sediments potentially stored on land. Washing out was conducted at a sediment dry mass to water mass ratio of 1:10. The method relies on washing out pollutants from the examined sample using water with third degree of purity in static/quasi-dynamic conditions. The investigations comprised three 27-h washing out cycles, including leaching in static conditions (19 h) and shaking (8 h). Bottom sediments are complex matrices; therefore laboratory tests cannot always reflect changes in physicochemical properties, which can potentially take place after a longer period of ...
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publication . Article . 2016

Assessment of metal leachability and toxicity from sediment potentially stored on land

A Baran; M Tarnawski; B Michalec;