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Title

Mercury: environmental concerns and management technologies

AuthorsPadilla, Isabel; Tayibi, Hanan; Rodríguez, O.; López-Delgado, Aurora
KeywordsLiquid Hg
Environmet
Solid-wastes
Mercury
Issue Date2013
PublisherNova Science Publishers
CitationMercury: sources, applications and health impacts: 109-135 (2013)
AbstractMercury is considered a priority hazadous substance due to its adverse effects on humann health and the environment. A worl-wide effort is undereway to reduce both the supply and demand of mercury. In order to solve the environmetal concern of mercury, a number of technologies have been developed to reduce its mobility towards the environment such as thermal treatments, amalgamation, stabilization/solidification, vitrification and encapsulation. This chapter aims to review the most common technologies that allow the immobilization of mercury (solid-waste and elemental liquid Hg) and disposal or safe storage of these wastes without ris for the environmet.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/104025
Identifiersissn: 978-1-62257-724-8
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