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Phytoremediation Web Site Links

Phytonet Links - Links to phytoremediation web sites.

PHYTONET - Phytoremediation Network - Electronic Newsgroup network. Questions on phytoremediation, phytoextraction, bioremediation. Communications between scientists.

Phytoremediation and Reuse - CH2M HILL capabilities in phytoremediation, plus general information on the technology.

Phytoremediation of Soil Metals--Chaney et al., 1997 - Hyperaccumulators are able to phytoextract heavy metals from contaminated soils.

TreeTec Environmental Corp - Phytoremediation solutions for environmental problems. Uses trees and tree growth technology to remove contaminants from degraded water soil and air.

Ecolotree, Inc. - Describes and offers phytoremediation technology using trees.

Hyperaccumulators and Phytoremediation - Metal-scavenging plants to cleanse the soil. Papers from Environmental Chemistry Laboratory, at USDA-ARS.

Phytoremediation Research (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Waterways Experiment Station) - Phytoremediation is the use of green plants to remove, contain, or render harmless environmental contaminants. It is a promising technology that addresses clean-up of organic solvents, PCBs, heavy metals, polyaromatic hydrocarbons, explosives and energetics, or nutrients.

Phytoremediation Research Lab, University of California, Berkeley - Multi-disciplinary research laboratory in the Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, particularly interested in improving the efficiency with which plants remove and detoxify toxic metals and metalloids.

Phytoremediation Market Reports - Comprehensive reports on US and international phytoremediation activities and markets, including profiles of companies, academic labs, government programs, and field projects. Executive summary and table of contents are online.

Phytokinetics, Inc. - Utah company provides extensive information on its experience in phytoremediation -- using plants to clean up or contain contaminants in soil or water. Includes technology descriptions, case histories, publications, and links.