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16 Newest Publications about the topic wastewater management

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Including Pathogen Risk in Life Cycle Assessment of Wastewater Management. Implications for Selecting the Functional Unit

22-Dec-2014 | Robin Harder; Mary E. Schoen; Gregory M. Peters, Environmental Science & Technology, 2014

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Wastewater Infrastructure for Small Cities in an Urbanizing World: Integrating Protection of Human Health and the Environment with Resource Recovery and Food Security

01-Apr-2013 | Matthew E. Verbyla; Stewart M. Oakley; James R. Mihelcic, Environmental Science & Technology, 2013

The majority of population growth in developing countries will occur in small cities closely linked to agricultural zones, with poor access to water and sanitation. Wastewater management priorities in these regions will be different from those in larger cities and developed countries. Two ...

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Wastewater Minimization in Pulp and Paper Industries through Energy‐Efficient Reverse‐Osmosis Membrane Processes

06-Feb-2013 | Y. Saif, A. Almansoori, A. Elkamel, Chemical Engineering & Technology, 2013

Abstract Fresh water consumption and wastewater management is a mandatory task to conserve water resources and to reduce wastewater discharge from chemical production processes. Such objectives have been addressed in many industrial sectors which consume large amounts of fresh water. ...

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IJERPH, Vol. 9, Pages 1182-1200: Evaluation of Changes in Effluent Quality from Industrial Complexes on the Korean Nationwide Scale Using a Self-Organizing Map

11-Apr-2012 | Bae, Mi-Jung ; Kim, Jun-Su ; Park, Young-Seuk, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2012

One of the major issues related to the environment in the 21st century is sustainable development. The innovative economic growth policy has supported relatively successful economic development, but poor environmental conservation efforts, have consequently resulted in serious water quality ...

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IJERPH, Vol. 9, Pages 1182-1200: Evaluation of Changes in Effluent Quality from Industrial Complexes on the Korean Nationwide Scale Using a Self-Organizing Map

11-Apr-2012 | Bae, Mi-Jung ; Kim, Jun-Su ; Park, Young-Seuk, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2012

One of the major issues related to the environment in the 21st century is sustainable development. The innovative economic growth policy has supported relatively successful economic development, but poor environmental conservation efforts, have consequently resulted in serious water quality ...

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The design, fabrication, and photocatalytic utility of nanostructured semiconductors: focus on TiO2-based nanostructures

14-Feb-2011 | Nanotechnology, Science and Applications, 2011

Recent advances in basic fabrication techniques of TiO2-based nanomaterials such as nanoparticles, nanowires, nanoplatelets, and both physical- and solution-based techniques have been adopted by various research groups around the world. Our research focus has been mainly on various deposition ...

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