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Title: Heavy Metal Accumulation in Sediment and Removal Efficiency in the Stabilization Ponds with the Hydrocotyle ranunculoides Filter
Authors: Custodio, María
Orellana-Mendoza, Edith Pilar
Peñaloza, Richard
De la Cruz-Solano, Heidi
Bulege-Gutiérrez, Wilfredo
Quispe-Mendoza, Rebeca
Keywords: Heavy metals
Stabilization ponds
Removal efficiency
Sediment quality
Hydrocotyle ranunculoides
Publisher: Universidad Continental
Issue Date: 25-May-2020
Date available: 14-Jul-2020
Creation date: 14-Jul-2020
Bibliographic citation: Custodio, M., Orellana-Mendoza, E. P., Peñaloza, R., De la Cruz-Solano, H., Bulege-Gutiérrez, W., Quispe-Mendoza, R. (2020). Heavy Metal Accumulation in Sediment and Removal Efficiency in the Stabilization Ponds with the Hydrocotyle ranunculoides Filter. Journal of Ecological Engineering, 21(5), 72-79. https://doi.org/10.12911/22998993/122189
DOI: https://doi.org/10.12911/22998993/122189
Abstract: The heavy metal accumulation in the sediment and removal efficiency in stabilization ponds with Hydrocotyle ranunculoides filter were evaluated. Sediment and water were sampled in June, July and August 2018. The sediment sampling for each lagoon was conducted at three sites forming a composite sample. The water samples were collected in the tributary and effluent pipelines to determine the heavy metal concentration and removal efficiency by Hydrocotyle ranunculoides. The determination of heavy metals was performed with the method of atomic flame absorption spectrophotometry. The mean concentration of heavy metals in the sediment, in a descending order, was: Fe > Zn > Pb > Cu > Cd. The concentrations of these metals ranged from 998.0 to 1365.02, from 488.01 to 600.30, from 88.23 to 95.01, from 1.47 to 1.53 and from 0.01 to 0.13 mg/Kg, respectively. In the four stabilization ponds, the pollution factor values for Cd, Cu and Fe qualified as low pollution factor. While for Zn and Pb, they qualified as moderate pollution factors. The heavy metal removal rates from the water varied by metal.
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