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The removal of Pb(II) ions is an important issue for the treatment of industrial wastewater, due to its serious consequences on environment and human health. In this study a local clay material was tested as adsorbent for the retention of Pb(II) ions from aqueous solution. The proposed method can be considered low-cost, mainly due to the high availability of clay material in this region, and the high removal percent of Pb(II) ions (> 99%) allows us to say that this method has a high efficiency.doi:10.47577/technium.v2i1.40 fatcat:ykta4cisnbd2bn2j5yqxse6gwu