Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

Volume 8, Issue 1, Jan 2019, Pages 27 - 34
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.485939
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Assessment of the potential mobility of copper in contaminated soil samples by column leaching test

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Kandsi,B., Benhabib,K., Mimanne,G., Djellouli,M., Taleb,S., 2019. Assessment of the potential mobility of copper in contaminated soil samples by column leaching test. Eurasian J Soil Sci 8(1):27 - 34. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.485939
Kandsi,B.Benhabib,K.Mimanne,G.Djellouli,M.,,& Taleb,S. Assessment of the potential mobility of copper in contaminated soil samples by column leaching test Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 8(1):27 - 34. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.485939
Kandsi,B.Benhabib,K.Mimanne,G.Djellouli,M.,, and ,Taleb,S."Assessment of the potential mobility of copper in contaminated soil samples by column leaching test" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, 8.1 (2019):27 - 34. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.485939
Kandsi,B.Benhabib,K.Mimanne,G.Djellouli,M.,, and ,Taleb,S. "Assessment of the potential mobility of copper in contaminated soil samples by column leaching test" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,8(Jan 2019):27 - 34 DOI : 10.18393/ejss.485939
B,Kandsi.K,Benhabib.G,Mimanne.M,Djellouli.S,Taleb "Assessment of the potential mobility of copper in contaminated soil samples by column leaching test" Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol.8, no.1, pp.27 - 34 (Jan 2019), DOI : 10.18393/ejss.485939
Kandsi,Belabbes ;Benhabib,Karim ;Mimanne,Goussem ;Djellouli,Mebarka ;Taleb,Safia Assessment of the potential mobility of copper in contaminated soil samples by column leaching test. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, (2019),8.1:27 - 34. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.485939

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Kandsi, B., Benhabib, K., Mimanne, G., Djellouli, M., Taleb, S., 2019. Assessment of the potential mobility of copper in contaminated soil samples by column leaching test. Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 8(1): 27 - 34. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.485939

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Belabbes Kandsi , Laboratory of Materials and Catalysis, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Exact Sciences, Djillali Liabès UniversityAlgeria
Karim Benhabib , Eco-Process, Optimization and Decision Support (EPROAD, EA 4669), Jules Verne University of Picardie, France
Goussem Mimanne , Laboratory of Materials and Catalysis, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Exact Sciences, Djillali Liabès University, Algeria
Mebarka Djellouli , Laboratory of Materials and Catalysis, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Exact Sciences, Djillali Liabès University Algeria
Safia Taleb , Laboratory of Materials and Catalysis, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Exact Sciences, Djillali Liabès University Algeria

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Article first published online : 21 Nov 2018
Manuscript Accepted : 13 Nov 2018
Manuscript Received: 02 Jun 2018
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.485939
Stable URL: http://ejss.fesss.org/10.18393/ejss.485939

Abstract

Column leaching tests become methodology important for assessing the risk of release of pollutants from soil into groundwater. In this present study column leaching test were applied on soil samples taken directly in the vicinity of Kenadsa coking plant (Algeria) in order to evaluate the mobility of copper and their potential environmental risks. These samples have been lixiviated in laboratory column in water-saturated condition at room temperature. All leachates have been collected by fraction and analyzed from copper and dissolved organic carbon. The percentages leached in column with water are very low (< 1%). The concentrations of copper in the resulting leachates do not present a toxicological hazard. The effect of dissolved organic carbon on copper leaching was also investigated in this study; the results of column leaching showed that the mobility of copper in these contaminated soil samples is associated with the mobility of dissolved organic carbon.

Keywords

Contaminated soil, copper, column experiment, dissolved organic carbon.

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References

Adriano, D.C.,1986. Trace elements in the terrestrial environment. Springer-Verlag, New York. USA. 533p.

Benhabib, K., Simonnot, M.O., Faure, P., Sardin, M., 2017. Evidence of colloidal transport of PAHs during column experiments filled with contaminated soil samples. Environmental Science and Pollution Research International 24(10): 9220–9228.

Cappuyns, V., Swennen, R., 2008. The use of leaching tests to study the potential mobilization of heavy metals from soils and sediments: A comparison. Water Air Soil Pollution 191(1-4): 95-111.

CCME, 2007. Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment. Canadian Soil Quality Guidelines for the - Protection of Environmental and Human Health, Summary Tables, Update 7.0.

Dameron, C., Howe, P.D., 1998. Copper Environmental Health criteria n°200, World Health Organization. Geneva.

De Jonge, L.W., Moldrup, P., De Jonge,  H.,  Celis, R., 2008. Sorption and leaching of shortterm-aged PAHs in eight European soils: Link to physicochemical properties and leaching of dissolved organic carbon. Soil Science 173(1): 13-24.

Di Palma, L., Ferrantelli, P., Merli, C.,  Petrucci, E., Pitzolu, I., 2007. Influence of soil organic matter on copper extraction from contaminated soil. Soil and Sediment Contamination : An International Journal 16(3): 323–335.

Duchaufour, P., 1997. Abrégé de pédologie : Sol, Végétation, Environnement. 5ème Ed. Paris, France.

ISO 23470. 2007. Soil quality, Determination of effective cation exchange capacity (CEC) and exchangeable cations using a hexamminecobalt trichloride solution.

ISO 11466. 1995. Soil quality, Extraction of trace elements soluble in aqua regia.

Jalali, M., Khanlari, Z.V., 2008. Effect of aging process on the fractionation of heavy metals in some calcareous soils of Iran. Geoderma 143(1-2): 26-40.

Kadari, H., Benhabib, K., Taleb, S., 2015. Evaluation of organic pollution from leaching water of industrial wasteland: A case study for Kenadsa region (Algerian South West). Journal of Materials and Environmental Science 6(7): 1885-1889.

Kalbe, U., Berger, W., Eckardt, J., Simon F.G., 2008. Evaluation of leaching and extraction procedures for soil and waste. Waste Management 28(6): 1027-1038.

Mathieu, C ., Pieltain, F., 2003. Analyse chimique des sols-Méthodes choisies. Lavoisier, France. 388p.

McBride, M., Sauve, S., Hendershot, W., 1997. Solubility control of Cu, Zn, Cd and Pb in contaminated soils. European Journal of Soil Science 48(2): 337-346.

Mileusnić, M., Mapani, B.S., Kamona, A.F., Ružičić, S., Mapaure, I., Chimwamurombe, P.M., 2014. Assessment of agricultural soil contamination by potentially toxic metals dispersed from improperly disposed tailings, Kombat mine, Namibia. Journal of Geochemical Exploration  144: 409-420.

Mouni, L., Belkhiri, L., Bouzaza, A., Bollinger, J.C., 2016. Chemical associations and sorption capacity of Pb and Zn: column experiments on a polluted soil from the Amizour mining district (Algeria). Environmental Earth Sciences 75:96.

Münch, J.M., Totsche, K.U., Kaiser, K., 2002. Physicochemical factors controlling the release of dissolved organic carbon from columns of forest subsoils. European Journal of Soil Science 53(2): 311-320.

Pichard,  A., Bisson,  M., Houeix,  N., Gay, G.,  Lacroix, G., Lefevre, J.P, Magaud, H.,Migne, V.,Morin, A., Tissot, S., 2005. Copper and its derivatives, INERIS. Available at [Access date: 13.11.2017]: http://ineris.fr/substances/en/substance/getDocument/2751.

Temminghoff, E.J.M., van Der zee, S.E.A.T.M., de Haan, F.A.M., 1997. Copper mobility in a copper-contaminated sandy soil as affected by pH and solid and dissolved organic matter. Environmental Science and Technology 31(4): 1109-1115.

Totsche, K.U., Jann, S., Kögel-Knabner, I., 2006. Release of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, dissolved organic carbon, and suspended matter from disturbed NAPL contaminated gravelly soil material. Vadose Zone Journal 5(1): 469-479.

Voegelin, A., Barmettler, K., Kretzschmar, R., 2003. Heavy metal release from contaminated soils: comparison of column leaching and batch extraction results. Journal of Environmental Quality 32(3): 865-875.

WHO, 2008. Guidelines for drinking-water quality - Volume 1: Recommendations, 3rd Edition. World Health Organization (WHO). WHO Press, Geneva, Switzerland. 515p.

Xu, J., Han, X., Sun, S., Meng, F., Dai, S., 2005. Leaching behavior of copper (II) in a soil column experiment. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 75(5): 1028-1033.

Zhao, L.Y.L., Schulin, R., Weng, L., Nowack, B., 2007. Coupled mobilization of dissolved organic matter and metals (Cu and Zn) in soil columns. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71(14): 3407-3418.

Abstract

Column leaching tests become methodology important for assessing the risk of release of pollutants from soil into groundwater. In this present study column leaching test were applied on soil samples taken directly in the vicinity of Kenadsa coking plant (Algeria) in order to evaluate the mobility of copper and their potential environmental risks. These samples have been lixiviated in laboratory column in water-saturated condition at room temperature. All leachates have been collected by fraction and analyzed from copper and dissolved organic carbon. The percentages leached in column with water are very low (< 1%). The concentrations of copper in the resulting leachates do not present a toxicological hazard. The effect of dissolved organic carbon on copper leaching was also investigated in this study; the results of column leaching showed that the mobility of copper in these contaminated soil samples is associated with the mobility of dissolved organic carbon.

Keywords: Contaminated soil, copper, column experiment, dissolved organic carbon.

References

Adriano, D.C.,1986. Trace elements in the terrestrial environment. Springer-Verlag, New York. USA. 533p.

Benhabib, K., Simonnot, M.O., Faure, P., Sardin, M., 2017. Evidence of colloidal transport of PAHs during column experiments filled with contaminated soil samples. Environmental Science and Pollution Research International 24(10): 9220–9228.

Cappuyns, V., Swennen, R., 2008. The use of leaching tests to study the potential mobilization of heavy metals from soils and sediments: A comparison. Water Air Soil Pollution 191(1-4): 95-111.

CCME, 2007. Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment. Canadian Soil Quality Guidelines for the - Protection of Environmental and Human Health, Summary Tables, Update 7.0.

Dameron, C., Howe, P.D., 1998. Copper Environmental Health criteria n°200, World Health Organization. Geneva.

De Jonge, L.W., Moldrup, P., De Jonge,  H.,  Celis, R., 2008. Sorption and leaching of shortterm-aged PAHs in eight European soils: Link to physicochemical properties and leaching of dissolved organic carbon. Soil Science 173(1): 13-24.

Di Palma, L., Ferrantelli, P., Merli, C.,  Petrucci, E., Pitzolu, I., 2007. Influence of soil organic matter on copper extraction from contaminated soil. Soil and Sediment Contamination : An International Journal 16(3): 323–335.

Duchaufour, P., 1997. Abrégé de pédologie : Sol, Végétation, Environnement. 5ème Ed. Paris, France.

ISO 23470. 2007. Soil quality, Determination of effective cation exchange capacity (CEC) and exchangeable cations using a hexamminecobalt trichloride solution.

ISO 11466. 1995. Soil quality, Extraction of trace elements soluble in aqua regia.

Jalali, M., Khanlari, Z.V., 2008. Effect of aging process on the fractionation of heavy metals in some calcareous soils of Iran. Geoderma 143(1-2): 26-40.

Kadari, H., Benhabib, K., Taleb, S., 2015. Evaluation of organic pollution from leaching water of industrial wasteland: A case study for Kenadsa region (Algerian South West). Journal of Materials and Environmental Science 6(7): 1885-1889.

Kalbe, U., Berger, W., Eckardt, J., Simon F.G., 2008. Evaluation of leaching and extraction procedures for soil and waste. Waste Management 28(6): 1027-1038.

Mathieu, C ., Pieltain, F., 2003. Analyse chimique des sols-Méthodes choisies. Lavoisier, France. 388p.

McBride, M., Sauve, S., Hendershot, W., 1997. Solubility control of Cu, Zn, Cd and Pb in contaminated soils. European Journal of Soil Science 48(2): 337-346.

Mileusnić, M., Mapani, B.S., Kamona, A.F., Ružičić, S., Mapaure, I., Chimwamurombe, P.M., 2014. Assessment of agricultural soil contamination by potentially toxic metals dispersed from improperly disposed tailings, Kombat mine, Namibia. Journal of Geochemical Exploration  144: 409-420.

Mouni, L., Belkhiri, L., Bouzaza, A., Bollinger, J.C., 2016. Chemical associations and sorption capacity of Pb and Zn: column experiments on a polluted soil from the Amizour mining district (Algeria). Environmental Earth Sciences 75:96.

Münch, J.M., Totsche, K.U., Kaiser, K., 2002. Physicochemical factors controlling the release of dissolved organic carbon from columns of forest subsoils. European Journal of Soil Science 53(2): 311-320.

Pichard,  A., Bisson,  M., Houeix,  N., Gay, G.,  Lacroix, G., Lefevre, J.P, Magaud, H.,Migne, V.,Morin, A., Tissot, S., 2005. Copper and its derivatives, INERIS. Available at [Access date: 13.11.2017]: http://ineris.fr/substances/en/substance/getDocument/2751.

Temminghoff, E.J.M., van Der zee, S.E.A.T.M., de Haan, F.A.M., 1997. Copper mobility in a copper-contaminated sandy soil as affected by pH and solid and dissolved organic matter. Environmental Science and Technology 31(4): 1109-1115.

Totsche, K.U., Jann, S., Kögel-Knabner, I., 2006. Release of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, dissolved organic carbon, and suspended matter from disturbed NAPL contaminated gravelly soil material. Vadose Zone Journal 5(1): 469-479.

Voegelin, A., Barmettler, K., Kretzschmar, R., 2003. Heavy metal release from contaminated soils: comparison of column leaching and batch extraction results. Journal of Environmental Quality 32(3): 865-875.

WHO, 2008. Guidelines for drinking-water quality - Volume 1: Recommendations, 3rd Edition. World Health Organization (WHO). WHO Press, Geneva, Switzerland. 515p.

Xu, J., Han, X., Sun, S., Meng, F., Dai, S., 2005. Leaching behavior of copper (II) in a soil column experiment. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 75(5): 1028-1033.

Zhao, L.Y.L., Schulin, R., Weng, L., Nowack, B., 2007. Coupled mobilization of dissolved organic matter and metals (Cu and Zn) in soil columns. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71(14): 3407-3418.



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