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A review on phytoremediation of arsenic-contaminated soil

Author Affiliations

  • 1K.K. Shastri Government Science College, Department of Environmental Science, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, India
  • 2K.K. Shastri Government Science College, Department of Environmental Science, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, India
  • 3Department of Environmental Science, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, India

Int. Res. J. Environment Sci., Volume 7, Issue (4), Pages 27-36, April,22 (2018)

Abstract

Arsenic contamination of soil is drastically increased by extensive industrialization, mining, use of pesticides, smelting of non- ferrous metals which havebecome analarming concern for environment worldwide. The arsenic accumulation in the soil is a severe health concern, unlike organic compounds it is not degraded thus has to be removed from the soil. Most of the conventional remedial technologies are expensive and destroy the soil properties rendering it inferior for growing plants. Such issues draw attention worldwide to calls for environmentally friendly remediation technique for acure. Presently, phytoremediation being solar-driven effective and affordable solution to remove heavy metal contaminants from soil has gained popularity. The hyper-accumulator plants play a key role in reducing the amount of waste from going to landfills and while also utilizing both other organic and inorganic contaminants making the soil reusable. This review is a compilation of studies associated with effects of Arsenic accumulation, the efficacy of phytoremediation technology including mechanisms for uptake and factors affecting the process.

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