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INTEGRATED REMEDIATION PROCESSES TOWARD HEAVY METAL REMOVAL/RECOVERY FROM VARIOUS ENVIRONMENTS: A REVIEW
Selvi, A., A. Rajasekar, J. Theerthagiri, A. Ananthaselvam, K. Sathishkumar, et al.
Frontiers in Environmental Science 7:Article 66(2019)

This review summarizes various integrated processes for heavy metal removal from environmental matrices. It discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each integrated process, with a special mention of the few methods that needs more research attention. The review concludes that integrated processes consisting of two different methods to achieve a synergistic and an effective effort to remove heavy metals are viable remedial options. However, more research focus on the process is needed to challenge the in situ operative conditions. https://researchportal.port.ac.uk/portal/files/14116018/Integrated_Remediation_Processes_published.pdf



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