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Title: In situ nitrate from groundwater using freely available carbon material at an industrially polluted site
Authors: Israel, S
Rosenov, A
Tredoux, G
Jovanovic, N
Keywords: Groundwater pollution
Nitrate water pollution
Toxic water
Water pollution
Nitrate removal
Groundwater
In situ treatment
Issue Date: Sep-2011
Citation: Israel, S, Rosenov, A, Tredoux, G and Jovanovic, N. 2011. In situ nitrate from groundwater using freely available carbon material at an industrially polluted site. International Conference on Groundwater: Our source of security in an uncertain future, CSIR International Convention Centre, Pretoria, South Africa, 19-21 September 2011
Series/Report no.: Workflow request;7828
Abstract: Groundwater pollution by nitrate is a known problem which occurs all around the world. In its nitrate (NO3) and other forms, nitrogen can move through soil into groundwater. Nitrogen can also contribute to surface water quality problems. In elevated concentrations, nitrate in drinking water can be toxic to infants and young animals. In situ treatment could be a robust and effective technique for removal of nitrate, iron and manganese.
Description: International Conference on Groundwater: Our source of security in an uncertain future, CSIR International Convention Centre, Pretoria, South Africa, 19-21 September 2011
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/5442
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General science, engineering & technology

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