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Table 5. Carbon dioxide evolution rates in reclaimed colliery spoil. Treatment Carbon dioxide evolution rate mg C02-(C/kg spoil per week 1983 1984 144 113 131 120 146 127 143 101 No organic amendment with lime 84 102 No organic amendment without lime 11 16 Chicken manure Sewage sludge Peat Alginure Figure 3 shows the effect of a manure treatment on the mineralisation of nitrogen in colliery spoil. Although this example is for chicken manure treatment, sewage sludge behaves in the same way. When no organic amendment is added, little nitrogen is mineralised, and that which is is mostly in the ammonium form.
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Alternative Uses for Sewage Sludge. Proceedings of a Conference Organised by WRc Medmenham and Held at the University of York, UK on 5–7 September 1989 by J. E. Hall