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Sustainability, Vol. 8, Pages 1257: Colloidal Mobilization and Fate of Trace Heavy Metals in Semi-Saturated Artificial Soil (OECD) Irrigated with Treated Wastewater

02-Dec-2016 | Pontoni, Ludovico ; van Hullebusch, Eric D.; Pechaud, Yoan ; Fabbricino, Massimiliano ; Esposito, Giovanni ; Pirozzi ..., Sustainability, 2016

The mobility of selected heavy metals in trace concentrations was investigated in a standard OECD soil irrigated with the effluent of a real municipal wastewater treatment plant. While Cd, Cu and Ni accumulation-migration patterns were mainly influenced by the mobility of colloids generated from ...

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Sustainability, Vol. 8, Pages 1250: A Performance Measurement Tool Leading Wastewater Treatment Plants toward Economic Efficiency and Sustainability

30-Nov-2016 | Guerrini, Andrea ; Romano, Giulia ; Ferretti, Simone ; Fibbi, Donatella ; Daddi, Daniele, Sustainability, 2016

Wastewater treatment is an important link in the water cycle that allows for water sanitation and reuse, facilitates energy generation, and allows for the recovery of products from waste. The scientific community has paid significant attention to wastewater treatment, especially from a technical ...

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Sustainability, Vol. 8, Pages 1222: A Concept of Water Usage Efficiency to Support Water Reduction in Manufacturing Industry

25-Nov-2016 | Sachidananda, Madhu ; Webb, D. Patrick; Rahimifard, Shahin, Sustainability, 2016

Increasing pressures on freshwater supplies, continuity of supply uncertainties, and costs linked to legislative compliance, such as for wastewater treatment, are driving water use reduction up the agenda of manufacturing businesses. A survey is presented of current analysis methods and tools ...

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Persistent Hydrogen Production by the Photo‐Assisted Microbial Electrolysis Cell Using a p‐Type Polyaniline Nanofiber Cathode

24-Nov-2016 | Yongwon Jeon, Sunghyun Kim, ChemSusChem, 2016

Abstract A microbial electrolysis cell, though considered as a promising, environmentally friendly technology for hydrogen production, suffers from concomitant production of methane. The high hydrogen/methane ratio at the initial operation stage decreases with time. Here we report for the ...

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[Editors' Choice] No silver bullet for wastewater treatment

18-Nov-2016 | Julia Fahrenkamp-Uppenbrink, Science , 2016

Antibiotic Resistance The spread of antibiotic resistance is a major public health concern. Czekalski et al. investigate whether ozonation of wastewater can help to combat this spread by eliminating resistant bacteria. In laboratory experiments, ozone doses that can be used in full-scale

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Optimization and Development of SPE and MAE Combined with UHPLCFD for the Determination of Acetylsalicylic Acid, Naproxen, Ibuprofen and Gemfibrozil in Sewage and Sludge Samples

17-Nov-2016 | Morales-Toledo, A.; Afonso-Olivares, C.; Montesdeoca-Esponda, S.; Guedes-Alonso, R.; Sosa-Ferrera, Z.; J. Santana-Ro ..., Current Analytical Chemistry, 2016

Abstract: Background: Tons of pharmaceutical compounds are used every year around the world in human and veterinary medicine, and these can reach wastewater treatment plants by metabolic excretion and/or improper disposal. Some compounds are not completely eliminated during the wastewater ...

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Shear stress in a pressure‐driven membrane system and its impact on membrane fouling from a hydrodynamic condition perspective: a review

16-Nov-2016 | Xing Du, Yuan Wang, Greg Leslie, Guibai Li, Heng Liang, Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 2016

Abstract Pressure‐driven membrane technology has gained increasing popularity in municipal/domestic and industrial wastewater treatment, desalination, and water reclamation. Careful manipulation of surface shear stress, which plays a vital role in membrane fouling control from a purely ...

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Sensors, Vol. 16, Pages 1919: Wastewater Biosolid Composting Optimization Based on UV-VNIR Spectroscopy Monitoring

15-Nov-2016 | Temporal-Lara, Beatriz ; Melendez-Pastor, Ignacio ; Gómez, Ignacio ; Navarro-Pedreño, Jose, Sensors, 2016

Conventional wastewater treatment generates large amounts of organic matter–rich sludge that requires adequate treatment to avoid public health and environmental problems. The mixture of wastewater sludge and some bulking agents produces a biosolid to be composted at adequate composting ...

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Tailoring Microbial Electrochemical Cells for Production of Hydrogen Peroxide at High Concentrations and Efficiencies

10-Nov-2016 | Michelle N. Young, Mikaela J. Links, Sudeep C. Popat, Bruce E. Rittmann, César I. Torres, ChemSusChem, 2016

Abstract A microbial peroxide producing cell (MPPC) for H2O2 production at the cathode was systematically optimized with minimal energy input. First, the stability of H2O2 was evaluated using different catholytes, membranes, and catalyst materials. On the basis of these results, a flat‐plate ...

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Modeling the Endogenous Sunlight Inactivation Rates of Laboratory Strain and Wastewater E. coli and Enterococci Using Biological Weighting Functions

07-Nov-2016 | Andrea I. Silverman; Kara L. Nelson, Environmental Science & Technology, 2016

Models that predict sunlight inactivation rates of bacteria are valuable tools for predicting the fate of pathogens in recreational waters and designing natural wastewater treatment systems to meet disinfection goals. We developed biological weighting function (BWF)-based numerical models to ...

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