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Phytoremediation is the use of plants and trees to clean up contaminated soil and water. It can be used to detoxify sites containing metals, pesticides, solvents, explosives, crude oil, hydrocarbons, and landfill leachates. Sites that have shallow, low levels of contaminants are the best candidates for phytoremediation. This is true because plant roots can only go so deep in the soil, and if contaminants are too deep the roots cant bring them into the plant. Plants can break down, or degrade organic pollutants or stabilize metal contaminants by acting as filters or traps. The phytoremediation process depends on three important principle mechanisms; extraction, containment, and degradation.
Phytoremediation Seminar Report
Page Length : 18
- Introduction To Phytoremediation
- What Is Phytoremediation?
- How Does It Work?
- Phytoremediation Of Organic Environmental Waste
- Importance Of Phytoremediation
Phytoremediation Presentation Report (PPT)
Page Length : 25
- What is phytoremediation?
- Current Methods
- How does it work?
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