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Advances within the creation of sewage sludge were such a success of past due that the excess has flooded the marketplace, and threatens our basements and rivers. What to do, now that there's no position to throw it away? dozen papers from a global convention on the U. of York (England) in Sept

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With time other processes act on the spoil, resulting in further physical breakdown and, depending on spoil composition, chemical attack and weathering. 41 /. D. Pulford When a spoil tip is reclaimed the material that it contains represents the initial state of a soil, but one which often requires considerable modification in order to become a suitable medium for plant growth. In many tips the factor which distinguishes the spoil from a soil is the lack of an organic matter component. Inputs of organic matter are minimal until a sustainable vegetation cover is established, and even then there is poor incorporation of the plant debris into the spoil.

Report ER 1346-M. Water Research Centre, Medmenham, UK. (15) Metcalfe, B. (1984). The use of consolidated sewage sludge as a soil substitute in colliery spoil reclamation. J. Water Pollution Control, 83, 289-299. 54 Reclamation of acidic soils treated with industrial sludge D. DAUDIN, J. F. DEVAUX, D. FULCHIRON, M. C. LARRE-LARROUY and P. LORTHIOS Chambre d'Agriculture de Vaucluse, Cantarel BP 734, 84034 Avignon C6dex, France. SUMMARY The use of industrial sewage sludge on acidic, infertile soils from Vaucluse (France) required prior knowledge of the interactions between sludge, soil and plants.

Effects on microbial populations and activity. J. Environ. Qual. 17 (4), 591-597. (11) Seaker, E. M. and W. E. Sopper (1988). Municipal sludge for minespoil reclamation: II. Effects on organic matter. J. Environ. , 77 (4), 598-602. (12) Fresquez, P. R. and E. F. Aldon (1986). Microbial reestablishment and the diversity of fungal genera in reclaimed coal mine spoils and soils. Reclam. Reveg. , 4, 245-258. (13) Wilson, H. A. (1965). The microbiology of strip mine spoil. West Virginia Univ. Agric.

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