Porous Materials and Their Applications in Water Pollution Control and Resource Recycling

A special issue of Water (ISSN 2073-4441). This special issue belongs to the section "Water Quality and Contamination".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 September 2024 | Viewed by 153

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Interests: coordination compounds; metal organic frameworks; ceramic and perovskite nanomaterials; metal oxide; metal phosphide; MXene; photocatalyst; adsorbent; wastewater treatment and water splitting

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Water quality is one of the main challenges threatening human health, reducing ecosystem functions, and hindering economic growth. The presence of environmental pollution raises the issue of pollution control. Great efforts have been made to limit the release of harmful substances into the environment through wastewater treatment, with the application of novel catalysts. Furthermore, water recycling has proven to be effective and successful in creating a new and reliable water supply without compromising public health. Advances in wastewater treatment technology and health studies of indirect potable reuse have led many to predict that planned indirect potable reuse will soon become more common.

This Special Issue, entitled “Porous Materials and Their Applications in Water Pollution Control and Resource Recycling”, focuses on recent advances in wastewater treatment including, but not limited to:

  • Application of novel porous materials for monitoring of water quality;
  • Synthesis and application of porous materials for water pollution control processes, including municipal, agricultural, industrial, and on-site wastewater;
  • Synthesis and application of porous materials  for water pollution remediation with advanced oxidation processes (photocatalysis, sonolysis, electrochemical, Fenton oxidation, and catalytic activation);
  • Synthesis and application of porous materials for water pollution remediation with conventional wastewater treatments (adsorption, sedimentation and membrane filtration);
  • Application of porous materials for water recycling and treatment of wastewater for reuse.

We invite contributions from researchers involved in experimental and theoretical aspects linked to water quality monitoring and water pollution remediation technologies.

Dr. Farzaneh Mahmoudi
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • porous materials
  • environmental management
  • water quality monitoring
  • wastewater remediation
  • advanced oxidation processes
  • removal of heavy metal ions
  • heterogeneous catalysts
  • resource recycling

Published Papers

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