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Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Water and Wastewater: Advanced Treatment Processes presents the state-of-the-art in the design and use of adsorbents, membranes, and UV/oxidation processes, along with the challenges that will need to be addressed to close the gap between development and implementation in water/wastewater treatment applications. Chapters cover adsorbent and membrane design and performance, direct comparison of performance data between new (inorganic and metal organic nanoporous materials) and classic adsorbents and membranes, a list of advantages, disadvantages, and challenges related to performance limitations, regenerability, and upscaling.
In addition, users will find sections on the identification of potential site and off-site applications that are listed according to adsorbent and membrane types, transformation of CECs in low- and/or medium-pressure UV irradiation processes used for disinfection, the oxidation of CECs by chlorine and ozone, and a comparison of advanced oxidation processes for the treatment of a variety of CECs in water and wastewater.
- Addresses the advantages/disadvantages of select technologies, including energy resource needs and waste management issues of reverse osmosis, amongst other issues
- Presents information on the advancements of technology within the realm of Engineered Treatments of CECs
- Focuses on the inherent science and technology of advanced treatment processes
Environmental engineers and scientists; Chemical engineers; Researchers, practitioners, and policy makers in the water sector, environmental management, and public health
1. Engineered Adsorbents for the Removal of Contaminants of Emerging Concern from Water
Bethzaely Fernández-Reyes, Krisiam Ortiz-Martínez, Jose A. Lasalde-Ramírez, Arturo J. Hernández-Maldonado
2. Adsorptive Purification of Organic Contaminants of Emerging Concern from Water with Metal-organic Frameworks
Zubair Hasan, Nazmul Abedin Khan, Sung Hua Jhung
3. Adsorption of organic including pharmaceutical and inorganic contaminants in water toward graphene-based materials
Wei-Hsiang Chen & Jhang-Ruei Huang
4. Adsorption of Contaminants of Emerging Concern onto Transition Metal Based Nanoporous Adsorbents
Arturo J. Hernández-Maldonado & Juan C. Muñoz-Senmache
5. Removal of contaminants of emerging concern by FO, RO, and UF membranes in water and wastewater
Jiyong Heo, Sewoon Kim, Namguk Her, Chang Min Park, Miao Yu, Yeomin Yoon
6. Attenuation of Contaminants of Emerging Concerns (CECs) by Nanofiltration (NF) Membrane: Rejection Mechanism and Application in Water Reuse
Minkyu Park & Shane A. Snyder
7. Nanoparticles applied in membrane bioreactors: potential impact on reactor performance and microbial communities
Hong Cheng & Pei-Ying Hong
8. UV-254 Transformation of Antibiotics in Water and Wastewater Treatment Processes
Mamatha Hopanna, Kiranmayi Mangalgiri, Temitope Ibitoye, Daniel Ocasio, Sebastian Snowberger, Lee Blaney
9. Advanced Oxidation Processes for the Treatment of Contaminants of Emerging Concern
Javed Ali Khan, Murtaza Sayed, Sanaullah Khan, Noor S. Shah, Dionysios D. Dionysiou, Grzegorz Boczkaj
10. UV-based advanced oxidation process for the treatment of pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs)
Kaiheng Guo, Zihao Wu & Jingyun Fang
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 2020
- 18th October 2019
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Dr. Hernández-Maldonado created the first American Chemical Society national meeting symposia on “Occurrence, Fate and Removal of Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products and Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals” in 2011. He also heads the Nanoporous Sorbent Synthesis and Adsorption Lab, which focuses in the bottom-up design and synthesis of porous adsorbent materials for purification and ultrapurification applications, including the removal of CECs.
Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Puerto Rico – Mayaguez
Dr. Blaney heads the Blaney Laboratory which focuses on the intersection of environmental, analytical, organic, and inorganic chemistry. Primary research interests are the (1) fate, transport, and toxicity of contaminants of emerging concern (CECs) in natural and engineered systems and (2) recovery of vital resources to ensure sustainable development.
Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical, Biochemical and Environmental Engineering, University of Maryland Baltimore County