Reprint

Municipal Wastewater Management

Edited by
July 2021
198 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1674-5 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-1673-8 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Municipal Wastewater Management that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
Summary

Taking the papers’ collection of this Special Issue as a whole, it is clear that “Municipal Wastewater Management” is an ongoing field of research with the ability to incorporate current environmental and human health challenges. The use of municipal sewage to monitor COVID-19 virus circulation in communities and the estimation of possible outbreaks, even before clinical cases have been identified, is a fact that justifies this.In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, the interest of the impact that research on municipal wastewater management can have on improving humans’ health and protecting the environment is being rethought. In respect to this, there is an essential need for scientific publications that present varieties of case studies and discuss best practices, so as wastewater treatment plants to be seen not only as sites of pollutants removal but also as places where energy is efficiently used and environmental sustainability is being practiced, in close relation to the needs of the community. Viewed in this way, the papers’ collected in this Special Issue are looking forward to reach a broad readership that can gain awareness and understanding of their topics and be stimulated into future research and collaborations that would improve all stakeholders engagement in promoting a sustainable municipal wastewater management.

Format
  • Hardback
License
© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
Keywords
sewer corrosion; biocorrosion; concrete sewers; ocean dumping; sewage sludge; capping method; London Protocol; sewer corrosion; least cost analysis; biocorrosion; integrated fixed-film activated sludge systems; modified loofah sponge; bio-carrier; microbial density; municipal wastewater; Greece; wastewater treatment plant (WWTP); history; policy; technology trends and applications; microorganisms; inactivation; water matrix; catalysts; antibiotic-resistant bacteria; resistance genes; heterogeneous catalytic ozonation; PZC; p-CBA; minerals; thermal treatment; micropollutants removal; hybrid constructed wetland; public acceptance; wastewater reuse; wastewater treatment; waste-water management; SCADA; design optimization; remote control; IoT; cloud computing; disruptive innovation; lifecycle; water prices; water tariffs; sanitation taxes; wastewater treatment costs; energy costs; household budgets; screenings; fats; biogas potential; wastewater treatment plant; energy utilization; anaerobic digestion; n/a