Assessment of Trace Metals in the Leaves of Adansonia digitata and Eucalyptus globulus along Dutsinma Road in Batagarawa Local Government Area of Katsina State

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Using atomic absorption spectrophotometry, the burdens of seven trace metals, Mn, Zn, Pb, Cr, Co, Ni, Cu, and Fe, were studied in the leaves of two tree plant species in the region of Batagarawa Local Government Area in Katsina State. The tree plants were Adansonia digitata (Baobab) and Eucalyptus globulus (Gum tree). The results showed the levels of metals (µgg-1 per dry weight) in baobab leaves to be 46.00 (Mn), 23.50 (Zn), 2.00 (Pb), 12.50 (Cr), 12.00 (Co), 2.00 (Ni), … Continue reading “Assessment of Trace Metals in the Leaves of Adansonia digitata and Eucalyptus globulus along Dutsinma Road in Batagarawa Local Government Area of Katsina State”

The Awareness towards Sustainable Development in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Posted on June 3, 2021Categories Science and TechnologyTags , , ,   Leave a comment on The Awareness towards Sustainable Development in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

A sustainable development method is required for infrastructure development handled by local governments, which begins with pre-construction and ends with the occupation of the building. Since the Rio Earth Summit in 1992, various sectors of society have been working to achieve sustainability in their own unique settings. Architects, town planners, and engineers were among the design consultants who contributed to the development planning process at various phases. As a result, local government employees should be more knowledgeable about sustainable development. … Continue reading “The Awareness towards Sustainable Development in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia”

Sustainability of Housing: The Conceptual Framework

Posted on May 29, 2021Categories Engineering ResearchTags , , , ,   Leave a comment on Sustainability of Housing: The Conceptual Framework

In reality, housing is more expensive than many consumer goods. It is extremely productive because it is thought to account for over 75% of household wealth. However, it swiftly sinks into a sea of inconsistency caused by imported knowledge clashing with users’ local knowledge, practises, and traditions. As a result, even if housing tries to satisfy the needs of current users, it becomes exceedingly difficult to fulfil the demands of future users. This is the most important part of the … Continue reading “Sustainability of Housing: The Conceptual Framework”