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1.Bioaugmentation and Biostimulation of Dump Sites for Plastic Degradation - Critical Insights
2.Bioremediation Approach for Treatment of Soil Contaminated with Radiocesium
3.Waste Management – Biosorption
4.Application of Natural Coagulants for Drinking Water Treatment
5.Recent Applications of Downflow Hanging Sponge Technology for Decentralized Wastewater Treatment
6.Agriculture Waste Mediated Fabrication of Silica Nonparticle for the Effective Removal of Dye from Textile Effluent
7.In Situ Chemical Oxidation (ISCO) Remediation
8.Biological Pretreatment for Enhancement of Biogas
9.Application of Natural Biomass for the Remediation of Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products in Wastewater
10.Agricultural Waste as Bio-adsorbents for Removing Heavy Metals from Food Chain, Portable Water and Soil
11.Proteobacteria Response to Heavy Metal Pollution Stress and their Bioremediation Potential
12.Treatment of Harvested Rainwater and Reuse: Practises, Prospects and Challenges
13.Phytoremediation: A Cost Effective Tool for Emerging Waste Management
14.Vermicomposting an Efficient Technology for Bioremediation of Industrial Sludge
15.Efficacious Applications of Constructed Wetlands for Removal of Heavy Metals
16.Nanoremediation of Pollutants: A Conspectus of Heavy Metals Degradation by Nanomaterials
17.Status of Fluorosis and Its Mitigation Using Low Cost Adsorptive Fluoride Removal Technologies
18.Cost Effective Green Synthesis of Inorganic Nanoparticles, Characterization and Their Antimicrobial Properties
19.A Critical Assessment of Biochar Sorbants for Decontamination of Waste and Wastewater
Cost-Effective Technologies for Solid Waste and Wastewater Treatment synthesizes methods, case studies, and analyses of various state-of-the-art techniques for removing contaminants from wastewater, solid waste, or sewage and converting or reusing the waste with minimum impact on the environment. Focusing on innovative treatment strategies, as well as recent modifications to conventional processes, the book covers methods for a complex variety of emerging pollutants, including organic matter, chemicals, and micropollutants resulting from developmental and industrial activities.
Serving as a practical guide to state-of-the-art methods, Cost-Effective Technologies for Solid Waste and Wastewater Treatment also delivers offers foundational information on the practical design of treatment and reuse systems and explains the treatments in terms of scale, efficiency, and effectiveness. It focuses on cost-effective technologies that are particularly applicable to environmental clean-up, such as bioaugmentation and biostimulation of plastics, activated carbon, phytoremediation, crude oil pollution stress, adsorbents, contaminants of emerging concern, anaerobic digestion, ISCO, biosorption, bioremediation, radioactive contaminants, constructed wetlands, nanoremediation, and rainwater. As such, it is a valuable and practical resource for researchers, students, and managers in the fields of environmental science and engineering, as well as wastewater management, chemical engineering, and biotechnology.
- Presents low-cost treatment technologies for both solid waste and wastewater
- Analyzes the efficiency and effectiveness of state-of-the-art technologies
- Includes methods and case studies for practical application
Researchers, policymakers, and environmental managers in waste management, environmental science, and environmental engineering
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- © Elsevier 2021
- 1st October 2021
- Paperback ISBN:
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