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The metal concentrations in the soil of a long-term sewage sludge experiment and the decline in extractability of the metals after sludge applications ceased



The metal concentrations in the soil of a long-term sewage sludge experiment and the decline in extractability of the metals after sludge applications ceased



Heavy metals in the environment Volume 1: 397-399



The long-term effects on soils and crops of metals derived from sewage sludge are being measured in a field experiment to which two rates of sewage sludge and other organic manures were added during 1942-1961. Metal loadings to the soil have been calculated and these exceed current limits for sludge disposal practice in the UK for Zn, Cu and Ni.

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