Landfill leachate treatment with willows and poplars - Efficiency and plant response.

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Summary of "Landfill leachate treatment with willows and poplars - Efficiency and plant response."

Irrigation of willow and poplar short-rotation coppice with landfill leachate is an increasingly interesting treatment option. Minimal leaching to groundwater and disturbance to plant growth must be ensured, but in such systems, where various site-specific factors interact, a case-specific approach is needed to determine potential hazards. This paper compares the effect of leachate irrigation on willow grown in clay lysimeters and poplar grown in sand lysimeters. Leachate irrigation increased willow biomass production, but not that of poplar. Near-zero nitrate-N concentrations were found in drainage water for both species after 2years of irrigation. Ability to retain total N and P, and TOC was relatively high for willow, taking into account the large amounts supplied, and better than for poplar. To reduce environmental risks the irrigation load should be reduced, but if leachate concentrations are reduced, the irrigation load can be as high as 6mm/day.

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Department of Crop Production Ecology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU), Ecology Building, P.O. Box 7043, SE 750 07, Uppsala, Sweden.

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Name: Waste management (New York, N.Y.)
ISSN: 1879-2456
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