Hazardous mineral wastes and options for bioremediation: New Zealand research
Berry, Terri-Ann; Wallis, Shannon
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Citation:Berry, T-A., & Wallis, S.L. (2021, May). Hazardous mineral wastes and options for bioremediation: New Zealand research. Paper presented at the New Zealand Land & Groundwater Conference 2021, Online.
Permanent link to Research Bank record:https://hdl.handle.net/10652/5649
Asbestos related diseases & causes Asbestos exposure pathways Erionite Waste issues & emerging research Construction & demolition waste Asbestos waste disposal & landfills NZ Asbestos toxicity Asbestos degradation Can we bioremediate asbestos? Bioengineered treatment process Design of bioengineered treatment process Pilot plant design Environmental conditions Experimental stages Process optimisation Conclusions References
Keywords:mesothelioma, asbestos contamination, hazardous waste treatment, bioremediation, carcinogenicity, soil contamination
ANZSRC Field of Research:410404 Environmental management
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