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A review of remediation and control systems for the treatment of agricultural wastewater in Ireland to satisfy the requirements of the Water Framework Directive
In Ireland, agricultural activities have been identified as major sources of nutrient input to receiving waters and it has been estimated that these activities contribute 75.3% of the nitrogen (N) and 33.4% of the phosphorus ...
Experiences of dry soil mixing in organic soils
(Institution of Civil Engineers, 2012)
Soil mixing, or soil stabilisation, is a method of enhancing the geotechnical properties of suitable host soil through the addition of cementitious and/or pozzolanic binders in either dry or slurry forms. In dry soil mixing, ...
Effect of rainfall interval on runoff losses of biosolids and meat and bone meal when applied to a grassland soil
This study assessed runoff losses following laboratory rainfall simulation on a grassland soil at two time intervals (48 and 216 h) after a single application of biosolids and meat and bone meal (MBM). The treatments were: ...