Contaminated Soil ’88: Second International TNO/BMFT by U. Förstner (auth.), K. Wolf, W. J. Van Den Brink, F. J.

By U. Förstner (auth.), K. Wolf, W. J. Van Den Brink, F. J. Colon (eds.)

W.A. de Jong President of TNO until eventually a few many years in the past guy intended that the resilience of our environment was once limitless. He proposal he might draw seriously on nature with impunity and that he may infinitely unload his waste into the surroundings. we now have come to understand larger now: nearly everyone seems to be good conscious that one can't simply pass on burdening the surroundings of guy, animal and plant to such an volume. TNO, the Netherlands association for utilized medical study, is between these study associations which are engaged on economically possible ideas for toxins difficulties as a result of human actions. Soil infection and remediation characteristic as very important issues in TNO's environmental learn programme. In view of the overseas scope of the matter, TNO prepared a world convention in this topic in Utrecht, the Netherlands, in November 1985, which met with a global reaction from the medical neighborhood in addition to from governments and undefined. The overseas curiosity taken in soil infection is underlined by means of the truth that the second one foreign convention on infected Soil happens in a rustic the place remedial motion is being given excessive political priority.

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DIFFERENTIATION OF SOLID METAL PHASES BY SEQUENTIAL EXTRACTION In connection with the problems arising from the disposal of solid wates, particularly of dredged materials, chemical extraction sequences have been applied which are designed to differentiate between the exchangeable, carbonatic, reducible (hydrous Fe/Mn oxides), oxidizable (sulfides and organic phases) and residual fractions. The undisputed advantage of this approach with respect to the estimation of long-term effects on metal mobilities lies in the fact, that rearrangements of specific solid "phases" can be evaluated prior to the actual remobilisation of certain proportions of the element into the dissolved phase zo • A widely applied method is the extraction sequence of Tessier and co-workersZ' has been used to examine the different "pools" of Cd and Pb, and to estimate their reactivity in various types of metal-rich particulates 22 (Figure 4).

W. Assink (Apeldoorn) for their help in compiling these proceedings. If this book is as widely read and well received as the Conference proceedings on the First International TNO Conference on Contaminated Soil, held in Utrecht in November 1985, then it will have made an important contribution to the further development of soil rehabilitation work around the world. ANALYSIS AND PROGNOSIS OF METAL MOBILITY IN SOILS AND WASTES U. FORSTNER Arbeitsbereich Umweltschutztechnik, Technische Universitat Hamburg-Harburg, Ei~endorfer Str.

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