Buondonno, Andrea and Capra, Gian Franco and Duras, Maria Giustina and Coppola, Elio and Grilli, Eleonora and Leone, Antonio Pasquale and Vacca, Sergio (2012) Pedotechniques strategies to improve soil resilience against the impact of irrigation by municipal wastewater: using zeolitized tuffs as soil amendments. In: Soil science for the benefit of mankind and environment: Eurosoil 2012: 4. International congress of the European Soil Science Societies: Book of abstracts, 2-6 July, 2012, Bari, Italy. [S.l.], [European Confederation of Soil Science Societies]. p. 947. Conference or Workshop Item.
A research was started aiming at evaluating the possible use of natural zeolites as exchange conditioners to improve and make durable the soil resilience against the adverse effects of the use of anomalous wastewater, for irrigation purposes. To satisfy such aims, two zeolitized tuffs (ZTs), viz. a Neapolitan yellow tuff (NYT) and a clinoptilolite bearing tuff (ZCL), were tested as pedotechnical materials to improve soil resilience against the impact of treatment by a ‘dirty’ municipal wastewater (DMW).
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