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Toward Zero Liquid Discharge from Integrated Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant
Water is considered among the most important, vital and crucial resources on earth. It is one of the basic ingredients utilized by living organisms and it is essential for achieving economic and social development in all ...
Removal of Antibacterial Agents by Advanced Membrane Technology and ODTMAMicelle-Clay Comlex.
The efficiency of sequential advanced membrane technology wastewater treatment plant towards removal of amoxicillin and cefuroxime axetil from wastewater was investigated. The sequential system included activated sludge, ...
Removal of chlorpyrifos using micelle–clay complex and advanced treatment technology
(Balaban Desalination Publications, 2015-10-06)
In this study, the stability of chlorpyrifos, a known pesticide, in fresh water and sludge was investigated. The results showed that chlorpyrifos underwent hydrolysis in both media to give two main metabolites: ...
Stability and removal of several statins from wastewater using different treatment technologies
Atorvastatin (ATO), Rosuvastatin (RST) and Simvastatin (SIM) are commonly used drugs that belong to the statin family (lowering human blood cholesterol levels) and have been detected as contaminants in natural waters. ...
Hexavalent Chromium Removal and Reduction to Cr (III) by Polystyrene Tris(2-aminoethyl)amine
(Scientific Research Publishing, 2015-01-03)
A commercially available chelating polymer, polystyrene tris(2-aminoethyl)amine, was used for the removal of chromium from aqueous solution. The influence of pH, contact time, adsorbent dosage and initial Cr (VI) ...
Efficiency of Membrane Technology Activated Charcoal and a Clay Micelle Complex forthe Removal of Ibuprofen and Mefenamic Acid
Kinetic studies on the stability of two non-steroids anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), ibuprofen and mefenamic acid, in pure water and activated sludge indicated that both pharmaceuticals were resistant to degradation for ...