—This article researches the problem of the
violation of ecological balance in the ecosystem that is noticed
in the last century and caused by the wastes of a huge amount
of pollutants from anthropogenic sources. This problem causes
much worries of the entire humankind. The given article
reveals a problem of weeding soil from heavy metals, in
particular from arsenic and mercury. The results of the
researches to detect chemical surface of sorbents and their
colloid-chemical and absorption-structural, ionic exchange and
complex building properties serve to explain the migration of
substances and also for rational selection of natural sorbents at
the time of their using in different nature protecting
technologies. Authors got a new geochemical barrier,
consisting of a mixture of the utilized bird's dung, a marble
crumb and a peroxide of calciumwith the high absorbent
activity. The research results allow to eliminate undesirable
influence of heavy metals on plants and to get ecological clear
—Geochemical barrier, peroxide of calcium,
utilized bird's dung, detoxication.
Anar Kolushpayeva is with Almaty Management University,
Kazakhstan (e-mail: email@example.com).
Amankul Akbassova is with H. A. Yassawe International Kazakh-
Turkish University, Kazakhstan (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Anar Kolushpayeva and Amankul Akbassova, "New Geochemical Barrier to Detoxifyof Soil from Arsenic and Mercury," International Journal of Environmental Science and Development vol. 6, no. 12, pp. 925-928, 2015.