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    Phytoremediation of Rare Tailings-Contaminated Soil

    Min Huang, Zhirong Liu*, Xiang Li

    Journal of Renewable Materials, Vol.10, No.12, pp. 3351-3372, 2022, DOI:10.32604/jrm.2022.022393

    Abstract In order to achieve the goal of circular economy and sustainable development of ecological environment, it is important to separate and recover associated elements from rare mineral resources. Compared with traditional physical and chemical remediation methods of contaminated soil, phytoremediation is regarded as the most promising green in-situ restoration technology. The purpose of this review is to effectively alleviate the environmental problems caused by rare tailings contaminated soil through phytoremediation and realize the recovery of uranium-thorium, rare earth elements (REEs) and tantalum-niobium. This review took rare tailings with uranium-thorium, REEs, tantalum-niobium in China as the… More >

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