Standard price: £145.00
Standard price: £145.00
Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) rely on the efficient generation of reactive radical species and are increasingly attractive options for water remediation from a wide variety of organic micropollutants of human health and/or environmental concern.
Advanced Oxidation Processes for Water Treatment covers the key advanced oxidation processes developed for chemical contaminant destruction in polluted water sources, some of which have been implemented successfully at water treatment plants around the world.
The book is structured in two sections; the first part is dedicated to the most relevant AOPs, whereas the topics covered in the second section include the photochemistry of chemical contaminants in the aquatic environment, advanced water treatment for water reuse, implementation of advanced treatment processes for drinking water production at a state-of-the art water treatment plant in Europe, advanced treatment of municipal and industrial wastewater, and green technologies for water remediation.
The advanced oxidation processes discussed in the book cover the following aspects:
Advanced Oxidation Processes for Water Treatment presents the most recent scientific and technological achievements in process understanding and implementation, and addresses to anyone interested in water remediation, including water industry professionals, consulting engineers, regulators, academics, students.
Editor: Mihaela I. Stefan - Trojan Technologies - Canada
A few words about Water; UV/Hydrogen peroxide process; Application of ozone in water and wastewater treatment; Ozone/H2O2 and ozone/UV processes; Vacuum UV radiation-driven processes; Gamma-ray and electron beam-based AOPs; Fenton, photo-Fenton and Fenton-like processes; Photocatalysis as an effective advanced oxidation process; UV/Chlorine process; Sulfate radical ion – based AOPs; Ultrasound wave-based AOPs; Electrical discharge plasma for water treatment; The role of photochemistry in the transformation of pollutants in surface waters; Advanced treatment for potable water reuse; Advanced treatment for drinking water production; AOPs for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment; Iron-based green technologies for water remediation
Advanced Oxidation Processes for Water Treatment: Fundamentals and Applications, is an essential resource for water professionals around the globe who want to learn about solutions for effective water treatment. Whether the reader is an engineer, scientist, academic, student, water utility professional or work in the water treatment sector, this book has important and timely information on advanced methods for treatment of water in the area of advanced oxidation.
[...] I look forward to having this book on my bookshelf to use in my research and classes for many years to come.
Karl G. Linden, Ph.D. Mortenson - Professor in Sustainable Development and Professor of Environmental Engineering, University of Colorado-Boulder, USA
IUVA News, International Ultraviolet Association (Vol. 20, Issue 1, 2018)
[A] landmark handbook which gives a clear picture of the current state-of-the-art developments in Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) for Water Treatment. [...] This book would be a positive addition to the book shelf for water professionals, students and university academics.
Dr Francis Hassard, Cranfield University - read full review here.
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