Soil and Sediment toxicology
Articles & Whitepapers
Metal Contaminated Soils Fixation
Treatment of Metal Contaminated Soils The EPA requires a Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP) test to determine if metal contaminated soils needs to be managed as hazardous or non-hazardous waste. Soils exhibiting hazardous characteristics need to be disposed of at a facility permitted for that material at a high cost. Soils treated in the field prior to off-site disposal can be ...
Bioassays used for Detection of Ecotoxicity at Contaminated Areas
Abstract : Ten bioassays were used for the evaluation of acute, (sub)chronic toxicity and genotoxicity of an unknown soil from a military base and six model soils that were contaminated at former ...
OECD Will Hold Webinar on Aquatic and Sediment Ecotoxicity Testing of Nanomaterials
On January 26, 2021, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) will hold a webinar on Guidance Document on Aquatic and Sediment Toxicological Testing of Nanomaterials (No. 317). The webinar will discuss the scope and use of ...
Equipment & Solutions
Single Gouge Auger Set, Standard, 1 m
Hand-operated equipment can be applied for soil research up to a depth of 5 to 10 meter. In this product information leaflet a number of gouge augers are described. Their mutual quality is that they are all fitted with an almost half cylindrical operational part with parallel cutting edges running vertically, justifying the name gouge auger. This operational part may vary in length as well as in ...