The Book “Experimental Remediation” condenses most of the information required for a breakthrough in remediation studies under one cover of adsorption science. The authors attempt to concretize adsorption phenomenon, using simple homemade or lab-furnace technology to generate adsorbents (Activated carbon and Carbon animalis) from readily available biomass of both plants and animal origin respectively. The one and two ways carbon generation activation schemes along with the batch adsorption experiments were adopted. Selected simulated pollutants were those of textile dyestuff, heavy metals, synthetic dyes and herbicides. GCMS quantification, FTIR,UV-Visible Spectrophotometer, AAS and Photometer were utilized. Several kinetic and Isotherm models and their interpretations were arrayed in this book. This monograph will always be a cherish resource for Chemists, Biochemists, Environmental scientist, Water resources engineers, Chemical engineers and related fields as well as researchers in schools and colleges.