Novel Approaches Towards Wastewater Treatment and Resource Recovery Technologies

Novel Approaches Towards Wastewater Treatment and Resource Recovery Technologies

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  • Editors: Arvind Mungray, Alka Mungray, Shriram Sonawane, Shirish Sonawane
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780323906272
  • eBook ISBN: 9780323998024

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Novel Approaches towards Wastewater Treatment and Resource Recovery Technologies discusses various cost-efficient aspects of wastewater treatment along with resource recovery options. The book covers biological wastewater treatment, the application of membranes and their modifications, advanced oxidation techniques, and the application of nanoparticles for the enhancement of performance as well as various integrated technologies for resource recovery along with pilot scale potentials. The book covers both domestic and industrial wastewaters and provides resources for sustainable solutions. It provides the basic fundamentals and recent updated data. Case studies are included to give the glimpse of the real-world application. Similarly, pilot scale studies are considered for real life implementation of the concept.

Key Features

  • Covers sustainable, bio-electrochemical recovery of nutrients and other value-added products from wastewater
  • Discusses advanced oxidation processes and membranes processes enabling treatment of complex wastewaters for final reuse
  • Treats domestic/industrial operation and scale-up challenges of wastewater treatment for resource recovery
  • Includes case studies and pilot scale studies for covering and providing all data and information to the readers in a systematic manner for their easy implementation

Readership

Students in chemical, environmental, and civil engineering; Aspiring researchers in wastewater treatment processes and resource recovery; Faculty and staff from academic and technical institutions. Executives, engineers, and researchers from municipal corporations; Industrial professionals operating effluent treatment plants; Government organizations including R&D laboratories in wastewater treatment and resource recovery processes; Wastewater treatment agencies and consultants

Table of Contents

  • Cover Image
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Table of Contents
  • Contributors
  • About the Editors
  • Foreword
  • Editorial
  • Acknowledgments
  • Part 1 Biological based treatment and resource recovery
  • Chapter 1 Fundamentals of bio-electrochemical systems for wastewater treatment: Challenges and opportunities for resource recovery
  • 1.1 Introduction of bioelectrochemical system (BES)
  • 1.2 Basic principles and mechanism
  • 1.3 Recent development in bes
  • 1.4 Comparison of bes with conventional system
  • 1.5 Challenges/limitation of treatment
  • 1.6 Case studies
  • 1.7 Future prospects
  • 1.8 Summary
  • References
  • Web references
  • Chapter 2 Genesis and recent advancement in microbial fuel cells: Wastewater treatment and resource recovery perspectives
  • 2.1 Introduction
  • 2.2 Principles and designs of MFCs
  • 2.3 Recent development in mfc
  • 2.4 Application for wastewater treatment and resource recovery
  • 2.5 Economic sustainability and comparative performance analysis
  • 2.6 Challenges/limitations of mfc technology
  • 2.7 Future prospectives
  • 2.8 Summary
  • References
  • Chapter 3 Microbial electrolysis cell based wastewater treatment and resource recovery
  • 3.1 Introduction
  • 3.2 Principle and mechanism of MEC
  • 3.3 Current application of MEC
  • 3.4 Economic sustainability and advantages of MEC
  • 3.5 Challenges encountered in scaling-up of MEC
  • 3.6 Future prospects
  • Summary
  • References
  • Chapter 4 Microbial electrosynthesis (MES)-based wastewater treatment and resource recovery
  • 4.1 Introduction
  • 4.2 Microbial electrosynthesis
  • 4.3 Microbial electrosynthesis for production of value-added products with simultaneous wastewater treatment
  • 4.4 Products recovery during MES operation
  • 4.5 Techniques for improving MES performance
  • 4.6 Techno-economic analysis of microbial electrosynthesis
  • 4.7 Possibilities of commercialization of MES
  • 4.8 Conclusion
  • References
  • Chapter 5 Microbial desalination cell based wastewater treatment and resource recovery: Various Challenges
  • 5.1 Introduction
  • 5.2 Principles of typical and modified MDCs
  • 5.3 Recent developments and current applications
  • 5.4 Comparison among various designs and engineering challenges for real application of mdc
  • 5.5 Promising design of mdc reactors and future aspects
  • 5.6 Summary
  • Acknowledgment
  • Abbreviation
  • References
  • Chapter 6 Use of bio-electrochemical system for industry effluents and resource recovery
  • 6.1 Introduction
  • 6.2 Working mechanism of bioelectrochemical system
  • 6.3 Types of bioelectrochemical system
  • 6.4 Treatment of industrial wastewater using bioelectrochemical system
  • 6.5 Resource recovery and product formation in a bioelectrochemical system
  • 6.6 Future outlook
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Part 2 Membrane based treatment and resource recovery
  • Chapter 7 Fundamentals of membranes for wastewater treatment: Challenges and opportunities for resource recovery
  • 7.1 Introduction
  • 7.2 Fundamental features and separation mechanism of the various membrane processes
  • 7.3 Performance and effectiveness in the wastewater treatment and resource recovery
  • 7.5 Economics and energy considerations
  • 7.6 Operational challenges and constraints
  • 7.7 Future prospects and way forward
  • 7.8 Conclusions
  • References
  • Chapter 8 Hollow fibre membranes for wastewater treatment and resource recovery
  • 8.1 Introduction
  • 8.2 Working principle and mechanism of hollow fibre membrane for wastewater treatment and resource recovery
  • 8.3 Challenges faced by hollow fibre membrane for wastewater treatment
  • 8.4 Recent developments of hollow fiber membrane
  • 8.5 Future prospect and conclusions
  • References
  • Chapter 9 Advances in membrane technologies for industrial effluents for resource recovery
  • 9.1 Introduction
  • 9.2 Industrial water consumption: an indian perspective
  • 9.3 Membrane technologies for industrial wastewater treatment and resource recovery
  • 9.4 Bio-electrochemical systems for the treatment of industrial wastewater
  • 9.5 Challenges/limitations of membrane technology for industrial wastewater treatment
  • 9.6 Economical aspects
  • 9.7 Future prospects
  • 9.8 Summary
  • References
  • Chapter 10 Parameter optimization and modelling of forward osmosis membrane separation process
  • 10.1 Introduction
  • 10.2 Forward osmosis
  • 10.3 Basic principles of forward osmosis
  • 10.4 Modelling and optimization techniques in membrane processes
  • 10.5 Summary
  • References
  • Part 3 Advanced oxidation process (AOP) based wastewater treatment
  • Chapter 11 Fundamentals of advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) for wastewater treatment: Challenges and opportunities
  • 11.1 Introduction: what are advanced oxidation processes
  • 11.2 Working principle, and mechanism of treatment
  • 11.3 Recent developments in AOPs
  • 11.4 Current application in wastewater treatment (recalcitrant substrate)
  • 11.5 Comparative performance with other technologies (economic sustainability)
  • 11.6 Challenges/limitation of treatment
  • 11.7 Future prospects
  • 11.8 Summary
  • References
  • Chapter 12 Ultrasonication based wastewater treatment
  • 12.1 Introduction: sound energy used for wastewater treatment
  • 12.2 Working principle and mechanism of ultrasound irradiation
  • 12.3 Recent developments in ultrasound reactors and experimentations
  • 12.4 Ultrasound in wastewater treatment
  • 12.5 Comparative performance of this technology (Economic sustainability)
  • 12.6 Challenges and limitations of ultrasonication
  • 12.7 Future prospects
  • 12.8 Summary
  • References
  • Chapter 13 Fenton/Photo-Fenton processes for wastewater treatment and disinfection
  • 13.1 Introduction
  • 13.2 Fenton processes
  • 13.3 Photo-Fenton processes
  • 13.4 Photocatalyst
  • 13.5 Challenges/limitation of treatment
  • References
  • Chapter 14 Advanced oxidation processes for tannery industry wastewater treatment
  • 14.1 Nature of tannery industry wastewater
  • 14.2 Working principle and mechanism for treatment
  • 14.3 Recent developments in treatment technologies
  • 14.4 Current application
  • 14.5 Comparative performance of AOPs and other technologies
  • 14.6 Challenges/limitations of AOPs
  • 14.7 Future prospects
  • 14.8 Summary
  • References
  • Part 4 Nanotechnology based treatment and resource recovery
  • Chapter 15 Fundamentals of engineered nanoparticles for wastewater treatment: Challenges and opportunities for resource recovery
  • 15.1 Introduction
  • 15.2 Principles
  • 15.3 Recent developments and NPs opportunities for wastewater treatment
  • 15.4 Current applications of nanomaterials in wastewater treatment
  • 15.5 Challenges in wastewater treatment and resource recovery
  • 15.6 Future prospects
  • 15.7 Summary
  • Nomenclature
  • References
  • Chapter 16 Nano-biotechnology for bacterial modification for wastewater treatment and resource recovery
  • 16.1 Introduction
  • 16.2 Materials and methods
  • 16.3 Results and discussion
  • 16.4 Summary and conclusion
  • References
  • Chapter 17 Carbon nano tubes (CNT) based hybrid nano fluids for the wastewater treatment plants in the industry
  • 17.1 Introduction
  • 17.2 The application hybrid nanofluids in the wastewater treatment
  • 17.3 Anti-bacterial and anti-fungal activity of CNT based nanofluids
  • 17.4 Environmental implications
  • 17.5 Conclusion
  • Nomenclature
  • References
  • Chapter 18 Nano-particle-enhanced ionic liquids (NEIL) for the wastewater treatment
  • 18.1 Introduction
  • 18.2 Numeric study of IoNanofluids
  • 18.3 Thermo-physical properties of IoNanofluids
  • 18.4 Application of NEIL for wastewater heat recovery
  • 18.5 Conclusion
  • References
  • Part 5 Integrated technologies for wastewater treatment and resource recovery
  • Chapter 19 Recycling source-separated human faeces
  • 19.1 Introduction
  • 19.2 Composition of faeces
  • 19.3 Collection of faeces
  • 19.4 Treatment of faeces
  • 19.5 Case studies of faecal recycling
  • References
  • Chapter 20 Integration of bio-electrochemical systems and wetlands for wastewater treatment and resource recovery
  • 20.1 Introduction
  • 20.2 Working principle and mechanism of action of bio-electrochemical and wetland systems
  • 20.3 Structure and functional components of CW-MFCs
  • 20.4 Recent developments and research concerning CW-MFCs
  • 20.5 Current applications for wastewater treatment and resource recovery
  • 20.6 Performance comparison with other integrated systems
  • 20.7 Challenges and limitation offered by CW-MFCs
  • 20.8 Future prospects
  • Abbreviation
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter 21 Ceramic/earthen membranes-based bio-electrochemical systems for wastewater treatment and resource recovery
  • 21.1 Introduction
  • 21.2 Working principle of ceramic/earthen membranes powered BES
  • 21.3 Recent developments in BES with ceramic/earthen membranes
  • 21.4 Economic sustainability and suitability than commercial membranes
  • 21.5 Scope, limitations, and prospects
  • 21.6 Conclusion
  • References
  • Chapter 22 Hybrid systems using hydrodynamic cavitation/ultrasound/Fenton processes for effective treatment of wastewater
  • 22.1 Introduction: different technologies in wastewater treatment
  • 22.2 Working principle and mechanism of hybrid wastewater treatment
  • 22.3 Current application of hybrid technologies for wastewater treatment
  • 22.4 Comparative performance with other technologies
  • 22.5 Challenges and limitations of hybrid wastewater treatment systems
  • 22.6 Future prospects
  • 22.7 Summary
  • Acknowledgment
  • References
  • Part 6 Scale-up/pilot scale studies for wastewater treatment and resource recovery for sustainable development
  • Chapter 23 Constructed wetlands and its coupling with other technologies from lab to field scale for enhanced wastewater treatment and resource recovery
  • 23.1 Introduction
  • 23.2 Possibility for reusability of treated water
  • 23.3 Overall issues and challenges in constructed wetlands technology
  • 23.4 Enhancement of treatment performances of constructed wetlands by coupling them with other technologies
  • 23.5 Current status of constructed wetlands technology
  • 23.6 Conclusion and future perspective
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter 24 Pilot-scale bioelectrochemical reactors for urine treatment and resource recovery
  • 24.1 Introduction
  • 24.2 Working principles and mechanisms within bioelectrochemical systems treating urine
  • 24.3 Recent developments in pilot-scale reactors for urine treatment and resource recovery
  • 24.4 Performance comparison with different resource recovery technologies from urine
  • 24.5 Challenges and future prospects towards closed loop systems
  • Nomenclature
  • Acknowledgments
  • References
  • Chapter 25 Pilot scale advance oxidation process for industrial effluent treatment
  • 25.1 Introduction
  • 25.2 Various pilot scale advanced oxidation process
  • 25.3 Recent developments in technologies for industrial effluent treatment
  • 25.4 Current application of the pilot scale advanced oxidation process for industrial effluent treatment
  • 25.5 Comparative performance of different technologies (economic sustainability)
  • 25.6 Challenges/limitation of treatment (Environmental threats)
  • 25.7 Future prospects (zero discharge concepts)
  • 25.8 Summary
  • References
  • Index

Product details

  • No. of pages: 540
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Elsevier 2022
  • Published: August 2, 2022
  • Imprint: Elsevier
  • Paperback ISBN: 9780323906272
  • eBook ISBN: 9780323998024

About the Editors

Arvind Mungray

Dr. Arvind Kumar Mungray is an Associate Professor in Chemical Engineering Department at National Institute of Technology Surat (SV-NIT). He completed his Ph.D. (Environmental Engineering) from I.I.T. Roorkee, Masters (Chemical Engineering) from IIT BHU Varanasi, and B. Tech. from H. B. T. I. Kanpur (UP) (INDIA). His research area is Wastewater treatment (biological), up-flow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB) reactor, Microbial fuel cell (MFC), nanotechnology, Decentralization of wastewater, hybrid system, Waste to Energy, etc. He received the ‘Young Engineer’s award’ 2011 from Institution of Engineers India. He has completed/ongoing 7 Sponsored research projects from DST, NRB-DRDO, NIT (R & D) etc. He has received more than 1 crore rupees research grant from various funding sources. He has supervised 5 Ph.D. and currently 6 research scholars are ongoing. He has published more than 60 research papers in International publications with Google scholar h index 19, and seven Book Chapters. He has filed 3 Indian patents based on his research area. He is a Life Member in professional bodies like IIChE (Indian institute of Chemical Engineers), The Institution of Engineers (India), Indian Society of Technical Education, Indian Water Resources Society, Indian Environmental Association. He is the Fellow Membership (F.I.C.C.E.) in “International Congress of Chemistry and Environment”. He is currently a guest Editor of the journal ‘Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments’ (Elsevier), Guest Editor and Editorial Board Member of Energy NEXUS Journal (Elsevier), and Guest Editor in Environmental Science and Pollution Research (ESPR) (Springer) Journal. He has delivered many Expert lecture on ‘Integrated planning of sustainable wastewater management’ at various reputed institutions like IIT and NITs, and state Engineering Institutes. He is the Reviewer of almost 30 SCI listed journals. He is currently focused on decentralized wastewater treatment system for waste to energy generation concept by using bio-electrochemical systems. His group is currently working on the resource recovery (Electricity, fertilizer and fresh water) from neat Human Urine. His group is developed and patented Forward Osmosis membranes, novel FO-MD reactors, which are the integral part of the water recovery from waste. Currently handing a project sponsored from Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) for generating resources from human urine for space mission.

Affiliations and Expertise

Dr. Arvind Kumar Mungray is an Associate Professor in Chemical Engineering Department at National Institute of Technology Surat (SV-NIT), India.

Alka Mungray

Dr. Alka A. Mungray is an Associate Professor in Chemical Engineering Department at National Institute of Technology Surat (SV-NIT). Her research area is wastewater treatment (Membrane), Forward osmosis (FO), Osmotic microbial fuel cell (OMFC), Polymer nanocomposite membranes, Desalination etc. She has two patents on her credit and three more have applied. She has completed/ongoing 5 Sponsored research projects from ISRO, DST, NRB-DRDO, NIT (R & D) etc. She has started one start up as “URISOL” with her team members. She has published more than 40 research papers in International publications with Google scholar h index 16, and two Book Chapters. She has supervised 3 Ph.D. and currently 5 research scholars are ongoing. She has delivered many Expert lecture at various reputed institutions like NITs and state Engineering Institutes. She is a Life Member in professional bodies like IIChE (Indian institute of Chemical Engineers), The Institution of Engineers (India), Indian Society of Technical Education, Indian Water Resources Society, Indian Environmental Association. She is the Fellow Membership (F.I.C.C.E.) in “International Congress of Chemistry and Environment”. She is the Reviewer of more than 15 SCI listed journals. She is currently focused on forward osmosis, osmotic microbial fuel cell, sea water desalination and preparation of different membranes. Her group is currently working on the resource recovery (Electricity, fertilizer and fresh water) from neat Human Urine. Her group is developed and patented Forward Osmosis membranes, novel FO-MD reactors, which are the integral part of the water recovery from waste. Currently handing a project sponsored from Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) for generating drinking water from human urine.

Affiliations and Expertise

Dr. Alka A. Mungray is an Associate Professor in Chemical Engineering Department at National Institute of Technology Surat (SV-NIT), India.

Shriram Sonawane

Dr Shriram S Sonawane is an Associate Professor in Chemical Engineering in Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology Nagpur. Dr. Sonawane’s research area includes a) Polymer Nanocomposites b) Nanofluids c) Nano‐Separation Technology d) Process Modeling and Simulation. He is a guest editor of the journal ‘Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments’. He has received a fellow award from the prestigious Maharashtra Academy of Science. He has filed 5 and published 1 Indian patent. He has published more than 150 research papers in various Nationals and International Journals of repute. He has received more than 1450 citations for his work on Google scholar. He has also presented more than 80 research papers in various Nationals and International conferences. He has organized various international conferences and short-term training programs with foreign faculties. He has developed various high-performance nanofluids for the application in pool boiling, heat exchange, solar panels, and car radiator applications. He also developed various nanocomposite materials using polypropylene and polycarbonate. Shriram Sonawane and his team from the Department of Chemical Engineering have succeeded in working out a method to improve the production of bio-hydrogen from complex distillery wastewater. Dr. Sonawane also developed novel packing material for extraction-extraction operation. He received Best Presentation and paper in the 5th International Congress of Chemistry and Environment, Dubai. He is a reviewer of journals such as Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, Institution of Engineers, Chemical Engineering and Technology, ultrasonic sonochemistry. He served as Ph.D. and M.Tech. Examiners to various NIT'S, Universities and colleges. He has been invited for an expert talk from countries like Malaysia, Thailand Singapore, and Belgium etc. He is guiding two Ph.D. students at present. Seven Ph.D. students are already awarded. Dr. Sonawane has received projects from the Science and Engineering Research Board, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India project on his credit at present. Apart from these projects, he is working on inter-governmental projects like Indo-Russia and Indo-Tunisia projects. He is having international collaborations with Australia, Portugal, Russia, Malaysia, Tunisia etc.

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor, Chemical Engineering, Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology Nagpur, India

Shirish Sonawane

Professor Shirish Sonawane currently workings as Professor at NIT Warangal India and head SRIC center for sponsored research and Industrial Consultancy. He has published more than 200 SCI journal and 36 book chapters and 2 books. He has filed 19 patents out of them 6 patent he been granted. Presently 2 PDF, 7 PhD and 2 M. Tech students are working and 17 Ph.Ds are awarded. Sonoprocess engineering, cavitation based Nanotechnology, Waste water treatment, process development for nanoparticle synthesis, polymer nanocomposite etc. are some of the interest fields. He received funding from MeitY, Govt. of India (2021) and DST WTI project, Govt. of India (2021), earlier he got international projects such as Indo-Tunisia Bilateral Project sponsored by DST, Govt. of India (2017), Indo-Russia DST-RFBR (2018), IMPRINT SERB project (2020), BIRAC-SRISTI- GYTI project, Govt. of India (2017), Department of Information and Technology, Government of India (2014). He is having more than 6000 citations. He is having international collaborations with Australia, Portugal, Russia, Malaysia, Tunisia etc. Dr. Sonawane had also dealt with 19 consultancy projects and 25 Research and development projects sponsored by various international and Indian government agencies and few of the projects are transferred in technology form to respective organization or industry. Dr. Shirish Sonawane has effectively combined synthesis and characterization of novel nano materials for successful application in state of the art processes such as paints, coatings, nano fluids, wastewater treatment, nanofiltration, fuel cells, and membranes. He is recipient of BOYSCAST Fellowship from DST, (2008-2009); Heritage Fellowship from Erasmus Mundus Program (European commission) in 2013; DST Young Scientists award (2007); Institution of Engineers India award (2016); Fellow of Maharashtra Academy of Sciences award (2016); (2017), BIRAC-SRISTI- GYTI award (2017), V.N.M.M award from IIT-Roorkee (2017), Fellow of Telangana Academy of Sciences award (2017), Institution of Engineers India (2017), Alexander Von Humboldt Connect Program Germany (2020), NASI member (2020), NAWA (2020), IIChE Award for the Year 2020: Hindustan Dorr-Oliver Award (2020). He is the editorial board member of Ultrasonics Sonochemistry, Nanoscience, Advances in Nanoparticles; Journal of Foods and Raw materials; Biotechnology, Chemical & Environmental Engineering and Chief Editor of Scientific Journal of Bulletin of the SUS University Series -Food and Biotechnology. He is the reviewer of several international journals.

Affiliations and Expertise

Professor and Head, Chemical Engineering Department, National Institute of Technology Warangal, Telangana State, India

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