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Evaluation of an alternative chlorine production process for energy saving toward sustainability

30-Apr-2016 | Ali Ghannadzadeh, Majid Sadeqzadeh, Environmental Progress, 2016

Exergetic‐based solutions are proposed in this work to reduce the energy footprint of an alternative chlorine production process. By presenting exergy analysis results in the form of visualized exergetic process flowsheets using a solution panel, this study does not only find the ...

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Total Phosphate Influences the Rate of Hydrocarbon Degradation but Phosphate Mineralogy Shapes Microbial Community Composition in Cold-Region Calcareous Soils

27-Apr-2016 | Steven D. Siciliano; Tingting Chen; Courtney Phillips; Jordan Hamilton; David Hilger; Blaine Chartrand; Jay Grosskle ..., Environmental Science & Technology, 2016

Managing phosphorus bioaccessibility is critical for the bioremediation of hydrocarbons in calcareous soils. This paper explores how soil mineralogy interacts with a novel biostimulatory solution to both control phosphorus bioavailability and influence bioremediation. Two large bore infiltrators ...

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Sustainability, Vol. 8, Pages 410: Analysis of the Effect of the CaCl2 Mass Fraction on the Efficiency of a Heat Pump Integrated Heat-Source Tower Using an Artificial Neural Network Model

26-Apr-2016 | Wei, Xiaoqing ; Li, Nianping ; Peng, Jinqing ; Cheng, Jianlin ; Su, Lin ; Hu, Jinhua, Sustainability, 2016

An existing idle cooling tower can be reversibly used as a heat-source tower (HST) to drive a heat pump (HP) in cold seasons, with calcium chloride (CaCl2) aqueous solution commonly selected as the secondary working fluid in an indirect system due to its good thermo-physical properties. This ...

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Optimization of Malachite Green Dye Removal by Chrysanthemum Indicum Using Response Surface Methodology

21-Apr-2016 | J. Chukki, S. Shanthakumar, Environmental Progress, 2016

This study investigates the adsorption capacity of Chrysanthemum indicum flower for removal of Malachite Green dye from aqueous solution. Batch experiments were conducted to study the effects of six independent variables including pH (4–8), adsorbent dose (2–4 g/L), initial dye concentration ...

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Sustainability, Vol. 8, Pages 385: Price, Virtues, Principles: How to Discern What Inspires Best Practices in Water Management? A Case Study about Small Farmers in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico

19-Apr-2016 | Ramírez, Rafael R.; Seeliger, Leanne ; Di Pietro, Filippo, Sustainability, 2016

Improving water practices among small farmers in a water scarce area like the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico is a complex task. Despite government attempts to enforce regulations and question the possibility of adjusting prices, the misuse of this scarce resource continues. Most farmers are, at ...

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Ferritization of industrial waste water and microbial synthesis of iron‐based magnetic nanomaterials from sediments

18-Apr-2016 | M.I. Teremova, E.A. Petrakovskaya, A.S. Romanchenko, F.V. Tuzikov, Yu L. Gurevich, O.V. Tsibina, E.K. Yakubailik, Ab ..., Environmental Progress, 2016

The precipitation of iron and associated heavy metals in industrial waste water and in model solution using ferritization and aerobic bacterial culture was investigated. Magnetic sediments extractable by magnetic separation (specific saturation magnetization of 16–36.8 G cm3/g) were produced by ...

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Reaction performance study on denitration in aqueous solution of the dual oxidant (H2O2/S2 O82−)

18-Apr-2016 | Zhiping Wang, Zuwu Wang, Environmental Progress, 2016

The reaction performance study on NO removal by using the dual oxidant (H2O2/S2 ) solution was carried out in self‐designed bubbling reactor. The experimental results showed that NO removal efficiency was up to 92.9% at pH 11. The results of the thermodynamics calculation verified that NO ...

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Bulk Dissolution Rates of Cadmium and Bismuth Tellurides As a Function of pH, Temperature and Dissolved Oxygen

14-Apr-2016 | Marc Biver; Montserrat Filella, Environmental Science & Technology, 2016

The toxicity of Cd being well established and that of Te suspected, the bulk, surface-normalized steady-state dissolution rates of two industrially important binary tellurides–polycrystalline cadmium and bismuth tellurides– were studied over the pH range 3–11, at various temperatures (25–70 °C) ...

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Sustainability, Vol. 8, Pages 341: Optimal Partner Combination for Joint Distribution Alliance using Integrated Fuzzy EW-AHP and TOPSIS for Online Shopping

07-Apr-2016 | He, Yandong ; Wang, Xu ; Lin, Yun ; Zhou, Fuli, Sustainability, 2016

With the globalization of online shopping, deterioration of the ecological environment and the increasing pressure of urban transportation, a novel logistics service mode—joint distribution (JD)—was developed. Selecting the optimal partner combination is important to ensure the joint distribution ...

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Sustainability, Vol. 8, Pages 333: The Governance of Multi-Use Platforms at Sea for Energy Production and Aquaculture: Challenges for Policy Makers in European Seas

06-Apr-2016 | Stuiver, Marian ; Soma, Katrine ; Koundouri, Phoebe ; van den Burg, Sander ; Gerritsen, Alwin ; Harkamp, Thorbjørn ; ..., Sustainability, 2016

European seas are encountering an upsurge in competing marine activities and infrastructures. Traditional exploitation such as fisheries, tourism, transportation, and oil production are accompanied by new sustainable economic activities such as offshore windfarms, aquaculture, and tidal and wave ...

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