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Regenerating Sumatran Ecosystems by Managing Acid Sulfate Soils

Regenerating Sumatran Ecosystems by Managing Acid Sulfate Soils

Project Area: 10,000 ha Initial pH Levels: 3.77 – 6.92 (Indicating acidic conditions) Soil Risk Depth: >90 cm with 1.8% sulfur (High-risk acid sulfate soils) EESI were engaged to provide technical advice, as well as …

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From Waste to Resource: How a Large Tile Manufacturer Was Enabled to Reuse Manufacturing Waste and Become More Sustainable

From Waste to Resource: How a Large Tile Manufacturer Was Enabled to Reuse Manufacturing Waste and Become More Sustainable

There was an ongoing waste stream of slurry and marble cake from tile production at a tile manufacturing facility. The client was facing significant cost to dispose of the waste material in landfill. Environmental Earth …

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How Can Treated Soil Be Beneficially Reused?

How Can Treated Soil Be Beneficially Reused?

Soil, compost and B grade quarry material sustainably produced by the Skipton Soil Recycling Facility will be used and blended to create a range of products such as engineered fill, sub base, sands, gravel, landscape …

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Understanding the Persistence and Breakdown Patterns of Pesticides for Effective Environmental Management

Understanding the Persistence and Breakdown Patterns of Pesticides for Effective Environmental Management

Pesticide contamination is a significant environmental concern that necessitates a thorough comprehension of the chemical and biological characteristics of pesticides to address off-target movement and environmental persistence. The Importance of Persistence: The Misconception of Faster …

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