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Title

EFFECT OF WASTE TIRE RUBBER PARTICLES ON SOME CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF A CALCAREOUS SOIL

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 Start Page 101 | End Page 115

Abstract

 Waste tire rubbers are considered one of the ENVIRONMENT pollutants. Increased production of these pollutants has led to more serious consideration of ways to reduce the harms caused by their accumulation in the ENVIRONMENT. Therefore, the effects of incorporation of waste rubber crushed particles in two sizes of 1-2 and 3-5 mm and the amounts of 0, 5, 10 and 20 Mg ha-1 in a calcareous soil (0-30 cm depth) on some chemical properties of soil was investigated in Isfahan University of Technology research field (Lavark). This experiment was performed using seven treatments along with a non amended control treatment in a randomized complete block design with three replications in 1387. Eight months after incorporation, soil samples were collected for laboratory analyses. Results of ANOVA tables show that SOIL PH, electrical conductivity, percentage of total nitrogen and DTPA-extractable concentrations of cadmium, lead, copper and iron were not significantly affected by application of rubber particles. Incorporation of rubber particles into the soil significantly increased soil organic carbon and carbon to nitrogen. Increases in the DTPA-extractable Zn in soils treated with 10 and 20 Mg ha rubber particles in fine and coarse sizes were significant in comparison with the control soil.DTPA-extractable Zn content in the soil treated with 10 and 20 Mg ha 3-5 mm WASTE TIRE RUBBERS particles was about two and three times higher than that in the control treatment, respectively. The results of this study showed that in shorttime, incorporation of crushed tire rubbers particles had no significant effect on most chemical properties of the soil but increased the available Zn content. In this regard, further studies to monitor the effects of adding waste rubber crushed particles on organic matter mineralization, plant toxicity and physical properties of soil in long-term are recommended.

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