phytoremediation

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phytoremediation

(fī″tō-rĕ-mēd′ē-ā′shŭn)
The use of trees and plants to remove pollutants from the environment.
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2006), the remediation methods for soil and sewage sludge contaminated with heavy metals include solidification/stabilisation, vitrification, electrokinetic remediation, chemical extraction, phytoextraction, phytostabilisation, and chemical stabilisation.
2000) In situ metal immobilization and phytostabilisation of contaminated soils.
In situ" phytostabilisation of heavy metal polluted soils using Lupinus luteus inoculated with metal resistant plant-growth promoting rhizobacteria.
One approach to reduce the transfer of As in the tailings could be to establish non-food vegetation that can tolerate As, thereby achieving physical immobilisation of As through phytostabilisation (Vazquez et al.