Water Quality Engineering and Wastewater Treatment
Hung, Yung-Tse (editor)
Aziz, Hamidi Abdul (editor)
Al-Khatib, Issam A. (editor)
Rahman, Rehab O. Abdel (editor)
Cora-Hernandez, Mario GR (editor)
Clean water is one of the most important natural resources on earth. Wastewater, which is spent water, is also a valuable natural resource. However, wastewater may contain many contaminants and cannot be released back into the environment until the contaminants are removed. Untreated wastewater and inadequately treated wastewater may have a detrimental effect on the environment and has a harmful effect on human health. Water quality engineering addresses the sources, transport and treatment of chemical and microbiological contaminants that affect water. Objectives for the treatment of wastewater are that the treated wastewater can meet national effluent standards for the protection of the environment and the protection of public health. This book, which is based on the Special Issue, includes contributions on advanced technologies applied to the treatment of municipal and industrial wastewater and sludge. The book deals with recent advances in municipal wastewater, industrial wastewater, and sludge treatment technologies, health effects of municipal wastewater, risk management, energy efficient wastewater treatment, water sustainability, water reuse and resource recovery.
KeywordsDimocarpus longan seeds; leachate treatment; coagulant–flocculation; polyaluminium chloride; enteric virus; remediation technology; water quality; chitosan; diclofenac; ibuprofen; magnetic biochar; naproxen; aerobic–MOB–anoxic process; biogas; denitrification; mixed methanotroph culture; WWTP; ionizing radiation; agricultural effluents; dye treatment; pharmaceutical effluents; disinfection; ammonia; zeolite; electrocoagulation; response surface methodology; stabilized; leachate; adsorption capacity; decentralized water supply; electrochemical reaction; inconsistent view; sand filtration; wastewater treatment; zero-valent iron; submergence; eutrophication; invasive-native competition; growth rate; morphological traits; polluted urban river; sequential constructed wetlands; purification effect; water restoration; Yitong River; air gap membrane distillation; heavy metal removal; industrial wastewater; greywater treatment; house onsite; reuse; irrigation; acceptance; barriers; heavy metals determination; groundwater; greywater; adsorption; separation; inductively coupled plasma mass spectroscopy; natural and modified polymer; biodegradability; toxicant dyes; industrial wastewater treatment; kinetic studies; Moringa oleifera; plant seed biomass; prediction modeling; diclofenac (DIC); pH-dependent degradation mechanism; reactive site; tunnel-structured manganese oxide; γ-MnO2; Lemna minor bioassay; visual system; computer vision; water pollution assessment; bioindicators; synthetic nanoparticles; nTiO2 and nCeO2; waste water treatment; sp-ICP-MS nanoparticle tracking; acid mine drainage; sulphate reduction; sulphate reducing bacteria; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues