Research Paper On Bioremediation Of Heavy Metals

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  • Punk Rock and Heavy Metal Music

    The difference between punk and metal are explored in this three page paper. There are three sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Battery Recycling and the Recovery of Lead

    In five pages this paper discusses used batteries and how SED battery processing and heavy metal recycling services can result in increased corporate profitability. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Bioremediation Oil Spill Cleanup Applications

    In a paper consisting of six pages using microorganisms to assist in the cleanup of an oil spill is examined in a discussion of bacteria evolution and suitable bioremediation characteristics. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Phytoremediation

    10 pages in length. The more contaminated man makes his planet, the more frantically he seeks ways to reverse the damage. Historically, toxic soil has been unearthed and redistributed into landfills; tainted sediment has continued to spill into bodies of water, kill the fish and sicken all who eat it; and polluted groundwater has all too often leeched its way into drinking supplies. In short, no method to liberate heavy-metal contamination has proven effective for eradicating its presence - until the discovery of phytoremediation, the process by which green plants are used to break down and/or absorb toxic substances in air, soil, sediment, sludge and groundwater. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • A HUMAN RESOURCES PLAN FOR FLAT METAL PRESSING

    Focuses on the employee problems at the fictitious Flat Metal Pressing, and provides solutions, based on human resources management (HRM) and strategic development suggestions. There are 10 sources listed in the bibliography of this 9-page paper.

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