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Woven‐fiber microfiltration (Wfmf) and ultraviolet light emitting diodes (uv leds) for treating wastewater and septic tank effluent
Decentralized wastewater treatment systems enable wastewater to be treated at the source for cleaner discharge into the environment, protecting public health while allowing for reuse for agricultural and other purposes. ...
Systematic review of the last 20 years of research on decentralized domestic wastewater treatment in Brazil: State of the art and potentials
A DEWATS (decentralized wastewater treatment system) is an alternative for expanding sanitation. In Brazil, DEWATS is acknowledged by law and is part of the National Sanitation Plan strategy for achieving the treatment of ...
The role of wastewater treatment plants as tools for SARS-CoV-2 early detection and removal
The world is facing the third coronavirus caused pandemic in less than twenty years. The SARS-CoV-2 virus not only affects the human respiratory system, but also the gastrointestinal tract. The virus has been found in ...
Treatment options for the direct reuse of reclaimed water in developing countries
Reclaimed water may be defined as wastewater treated for a specific purpose. To be safely reused as reclaimed water, wastewater must receive adequate treatment to meet the quality requirements designed to minimize negative ...
Remediation of Kraft E1 and black liquor effluents by biological and chemical processes
(Springer HeidelbergHeidelbergAlemanha, 2006)
A RAPID ESTIMATION OF METAL CONTENTS IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT FOR CONDUCTIVITY MEASUREMENTS
(Sociedad Chilena de Química, 2005)
Reuse of treated wastewater in metal-mechanics industry: A technical-economic evaluation
Metal-mechanical industries are intensive in the consumption of water and, consequently, in the wastewaters production. Thus, reuse is essential because it preserves the environmental resources, diminishing the water ...
Application of ozonation process in industrial wastewaters: Textile, Kraft E-1 and whey effluents
(Selper Ltd, Publications DivLondonInglaterra, 2004)