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Phytoremediation is the use of plants to partially or completely remediate contaniments from soil, sludge, sediments, wastewater and ground water. An anomaly of a certain species of plants, hyperaccumulators, have the ability to grow in noxious soils and accumulate relatively high amounts of heavy metals and organic pollutants in the aerial organs (plant tissues above ground vs. roots that are underground) with little to no toxic effect on the plant itself. There are three ma
One of the items we hear a lot is that septic sand mounds are an eyesore. Instead of a large grassed mound, maybe a beautiful and functional wetland cell would provide a more aesthetically pleasing solution, as well as a habitat for our backyard friends. Soils are so amazing… There are more microorganisms in a handful of soil than there are people on earth It takes 500 years to produce just under an inch of topsoil, this is the most productive layer of soil. Soil is a living
With a strong movement towards more eco-friendly practices, have you ever thought that dirtiest appliance in your home could also be the cleanest? Many homeowners become concerned during the buying/selling aspect of property ownership, as well as, hearing that their septic has failed. The smell alone can be horrifying. As the planet’s population grows, on-site wastewater treatment (that’s your septic system!) is of most importance. Studies are being conducted and complete in