What causes soil pollution, concerns associated with it, and what can be done to regulate it

Soil contamination—also known as soil pollution—is caused by the presence of manmade chemicals in the natural soil environment. It is often caused by some form of industrial activity, agricultural chemicals or the improper disposal of waste. The most common chemicals involved in soil pollution are petroleum hydrocarbons, pesticides and lead and other heavy metals. Soil…

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Seepex in the Biogas Industry

Biogas plants play an increasingly important role in environmental protection around the world. Unlike burning fossil energy sources such as coal, natural gas or petroleum, biogas is CO2-neutral because the carbon dioxide released in the process is part of a natural cycle. In addition, the use of renewable biomasses, such as energy crops, helps to…

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