Treatment and Valorisation of Saline Wastewater: Principles and Practice

The main energy demands at Water Resource Recovery Facilities (WRRFs) is associated with the aeration of aerobic processes which alone accounts for over 50% of the total energy used (EPA, 1989)). ...

Scientific and Technical Report No. 21

Uncertainty in Wastewater Treatment Design and Operation aims to facilitate the transition of the wastewater...

Sustainable Urban Metabolism summarizes the state-of-the-art in issues related to sustainable urban metabolism referred to treatment and management of water, wastewater and solid wastes,...

Around the world, the production of sewage sludge is increasing. This is due to numerous factors including growing population, increasing urbanization and investments in wastewater infrastructure...

Throughout history, the first and foremost role of urban water management has been the protection human health and the local aquatic environment. To this end, the practice of (waste-)water...

The principle of the conventional activated sludge (CAS) for municipal wastewater treatment is primarily based on biological oxidation by which organic matters are converted to biomass and carbon...

Water quality standards across the world are being re-written to promote healthier ecosystems, ensure safe potable water sources, increased biodiversity, and enhanced ecological functions....

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