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Title: CARACTERISATION OF CEMENT’S DUST AND TOTAL HEAVY METALS CONTENT IN SOIL OF SELECTED LOCATIONS AT THE CEMENT PLANT - MEFTAH-BLIDA
Authors: AMRAOUI, SALIHA
BOUTALEB, ABDELHAK
NOUARI, SOUIHER
BOUGHRARA, SALIHA
BERKOUN, HANANE
Keywords: DUST
TOTAL
SOIL
LOCATIONS
CEMENT PLANT
MEFTAH-BLIDA
Issue Date: 28-Nov-2016
Series/Report no.: 2016;
Abstract: It is well known fact that air pollution is hazardous to environment and human health. From this assessment it can be concluded that cement industry causes a great damage to ecology and human health worldwide. The gaseous and particulate emissions from cement plants are degrading air quality and thus creating considerable environmental pollution especially air pollution [13]. The preliminary results of this study showthat industrial pollution, especially particulate matter broadcast from cement plant of Meftah, and that are dispersed on soils surrounding the cement plant.Whereas, after substitution of the electrostatic by the handle filter; the level of dust emission decreased significantly in the area surrounding the complex. The results of geochemical analysis on a regional scale have shown that the urban area nears the quarry and cement complex is the most contaminated with cement dust. Moreover, most of the households are located in proximity of the company; hence the population had experienced different health problems related to cement production, especially respiratory illness.
Description: 3ème Colloque International sur La Géologie du Sahara Ressources minérales, Énergétiques, hydrocarbures et eaux PROCEEDING Volume N° 02 RESSOURCESMINIÈRES ET HYDROCARBURES
URI: http://dspace.univ-ouargla.dz/jspui/handle/123456789/12754
ISSN: KR
Appears in Collections:4. Faculté des Hydrocarbures, des Energies Renouvelables, des Sciences de la Terre et de l’Univers

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