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'Guerrero immediately ordered that all shipments containing neutralized phosphogypsum shall not be allowed entry and must be shipped back to the port of origin by the importer or shipper,' the BOC said in a statement.
One of the decisions they will be making in the near future is whether they want to continue studying phosphogypsum as a mineral of interest or other waste products from the fertiliser industry which also contain large amounts of rare earths.
In the midst of the round table works, two associative activists of the movement "Stop pollution" brandished slogans to say that we cannot talk about the future of phosphate without analysing the present or mention the pollution problems generated by phosphogypsum releases and their impact on health, in addition to the employment problems in the region.
KGS--Kaolin clay treated with phosphogypsum and inundated with sulfuric acid;
In addition, due to the expansion properties of phosphogypsum and phosphogypsum added to the formulation, the volume stability of the dredged sludge solidified soil as a roadbed filling material was evaluated.
Phosphogypsum, a waste from phosphate fertilizer production by wet acid digestion of phosphate rock with sulphuric acid, contains more than 60 chemical elements including Cd (Goswami and Nand, 2015).
These are massive piles of waste materials called phosphogypsum that are left over from the fertilizer manufacturing process.
Shra'a, "Leaching curves of highly saline-sodic soil amended with phosphoric acid and phosphogypsum," in Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Agricultural and Animal Science, International Proceedings ofChemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering (IPCBEE), vol.
This without counting the phosphogypsum waste, estimated at 5 million tons / year and under the responsibility of the Tunisian Chemical Group.
According to reports, the water contained phosphogypsum, a slightly radioactive by-product from the production of fertilizer. Mosaic, the world's largest supplier of phosphate, said that the sinkhole at its New Wales facility in the town of Mulberry was discovered by a worker on Aug. 27.
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