Gas, Water and Solid Waste Treatment Technology

Edited by
June 2021
596 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-0762-0 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-0763-7 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Gas, Water and Solid Waste Treatment Technology that was published in

Biology & Life Sciences
Chemistry & Materials Science
Computer Science & Mathematics
Environmental & Earth Sciences

This book introduces a variety of treatment technologies, such as physical, chemical, and biological methods for the treatment of gas emissions, wastewater, and solid waste. It provides a useful source of information for engineers and specialists, as well as for undergraduate and postgraduate students, in the areas of environmental science and engineering.

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adsorption; chromium; competition; fluoride; soil and water pollution; municipal solid waste management; life cycle assessment; life cycle impacts; life cycle stages; eutrophication; global warming; human health; acidification; Harare; Zimbabwe; iron tailings; ammonium sulfate roasting process; reaction mechanism; kinetics; carbon footprint; life cycle assessment; CiteSpace; a visual analysis; adsorption; metronidazole; porous carbon; surface modification; wastewater treatment; membrane fouling; molecular composition of foulant; transparent exopolymer particles (TEP); fouling propensities; waste incineration; cyclone flue; gas-solid separation; numerical simulation; polysaccharides; membrane fouling; microfiltration process; calcium ion; copper adsorption; magnetized pine needle biochar; isotherms; kinetics; FTIR and XRD studies; VLE; CO2 capture; amine; DEA-12-PD; 12-HEPP; porosity properties; adsorption capacity; carbon dioxide storage; melamine Schiff bases; surface area; energy; antimony; mineral processing; potentially toxic elements; pollution characteristics; solid waste; cleaner production; electronic waste; recycling; waste printed circuit boards; waste EAF slag; magnesium silicate hydrate; radioactive waste; stabilization/solidification; strontium; leaching; membrane technologies; biofouling; composite membranes; polymer blending; wastewater treatment plants; environmental costs; PID control; dynamic assessment of performance; heavy metals; hybrid materials; functionalized; Schiff base; lead; Langmuir and Freundlich; CO2 capture; carbon capture and storage (CCS); offshore gas field; techno-economic analysis; calcium oxide nanoparticles; calcination; blended cement paste; mix design; compressive strength; bulk density; transition metal dichalcogenides; liquid exfoliation; adsorption; quenching; waste collection route planning; traveling salesman problem; genetic algorithms; steelmaking; recycling; bentonite; solid waste management; sustainable materials; biomass; characterization; lignocellulosic; bioenergy; water treatment; nanomaterials; heavy metals; functionalization; lime; mineral nitrogen; soil pH; organic carbon; microbial biomass; N2O; batch pyrolysis; business model; South Africa; waste tyres; life cycle assessment; circular economy; environmental sustainability; mollusk shell; porous concrete; construction; algal biomass; gasification; kinetics; activation energy distribution; household solid waste; metal recovery value; socio-economic benefits; waste composition of Karachi-Pakistan; waste management; waste recycling; ash-free coal; CO2 gasification; coal structure; tri-high coal; nanoparticles; ZnO; equilibrium; kinetic; thermodynamic; phosphate; aqueous solution; sustainable synthetic slag production; energy recovery; metal spheres; fixed bed regenerator; waste and energy nexus; antibiotics; competitive sorption; retention/release; sorbents; surface-flow constructed wetland; nitrogen load; nitrate; ammonium; organic nitrogen; hydraulic load; hydraulic residence time; temperature; denitrification; biological uptake; n/a