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Recent Trends in Waste Water Treatment and Water Resource Management

Editat de Sadhan Kumar Ghosh, Papita Das Saha, Maria Francesco Di
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This book addresses a complex issue – water sustainability – that requires a combined approach to manage both water and energy. It highlights several technologies that have been introduced to study the water–energy linkage. It also discusses the need to develop effective laws for water management.
In turn, the book assesses hybrid biological systems and demonstrates why they are better for the wastewater treatment process. Lastly, it reviews wastewater quality requirements, which have been the primary driver of industrial wastewater treatment programs in India.
Gathering selected, high-quality research papers presented at the IconSWM 2018 conference, the book offers a valuable asset, not only for researchers and academics, but also for industrial practitioners and policymakers.
 
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ISBN-13: 9789811507052
ISBN-10: 9811507058
Ilustrații: XVI, 248 p.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 mm
Greutate: 0.55 kg
Ediția:1st ed. 2020
Editura: Springer Nature Singapore
Colecția Springer
Locul publicării:Singapore, Singapore

Cuprins

Chapter 1. Anaerobic co-digestion of sewage sludge and animal by-product.- Chapter 2. Application of Synthesized Nano-cellulose Material for Removal of Malachite Green from Waste Water.- Chapter 3. Status of Sewage Treatment in Bihar and needs for Improvement.- Chapter 4. Effluent Water Treatment: A Potential Way Out towards Conservation of Fresh Water in India.- Chapter 5. Development of an Effective and Efficient Integrated Charcoal Filter Constructed Wetland System for Wastewater Treatment.- Chapter 6. A Consolidated Stratagem towards Defenestration of Coke Oven Wastewater Using Various Advanced Techniques - An Analogous Study.- Chapter 7. Studies on Lead removal from Simulated Waste Water in Packed Bed Bioreactor Using Attached Growth Technique.- Chapter 8. Sustainable Growth and Survival of Litopenaeus Vannamei through Waste Water Recycling.- Chapter 9. Reuse of Washing Machine Effluent using Constructed Wetland: The Circular Economy of Sanitation.- Chapter 10. Removal of Methyelene Blue Dye by using Lemon Leaf Powder as a Adsorbent.- Chapter 11. Development of a Low-Cost Column Type Filter Based on Agricultural Waste for Removal of Fluoride from Water.- Chapter 12. Oxidative Photocatalytic Degradation of Methylene Blue in Waste Water.- Chapter 13. Bio remediation of Textile Azo Dyes by Marine Streptomyces.- Chapter 14. Use of Sewage to Restore Manmade Waterbodies – Nutrient and Energy Flow Regulation Approaches to Enabling Sustainability.- Chapter 15. Two Stage Passive High Throughput Sustainable Sewage Treatment Process: Lab Study and Future Scope.

Notă biografică

Dr. Sadhan Kumar Ghosh is the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Technology and Professor & Former Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department, as well as the Founder Coordinator of the Centre for QMS at Jadavpur University, India. A prominent researcher in the fields of Waste Management, Circular Economy, SME Sustainability, Green Manufacturing, Green Factories and TQM, he has served as the Director, CBWE, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India and L&T Ltd. Prof Ghosh is the Founder and Chairman of the IconSWM and the President of the International Society of Waste Management, Air and Water. He is the India PI of the JU in India of the Horizon 2020 Project "India H2O", project funded by European Union (2018-2022) concerning wastewater to drinking water in India. He was awarded a Distinguished Visiting Fellowship by the Royal Academy of Engineering, UK, to work on “Energy Recovery from Municipal Solid Waste” in 2012. He received the Boston Pledge and NABC 2006 Award for the most eco-friendly innovation “Conversion of plastics & jute waste to wealth” in the ESP/50K Business Plan Competition in Houston, Texas, USA. In addition, he holds patents on waste plastic processing technology and high-speed jute ribboning technology for preventing water wastage and occupational hazards.
Prof. Papita Das Saha is a Professor of Chemical Engineering, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. She holds a B.Sc. in Chemistry; B.Tech. in Chemical Engineering; and an M.E. and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering. She has 12 years of teaching experience and has published more than 100 papers in international journals. She is also a committee member of the West Bengal Pollution Control Board, Department of West Bengal, and serves as an editor/regional editor for various international journals.
Francesco Di Maria, Ph.D., is currently an Associated Professor at the Dipartimento di Ingegneria of the University of Perugia. To date, he has coordinated more than 30 projects financed by private and public companies/institutions and the European Commission. He is the Head of the LAR5 Laboratory (Reuse, Recycle, Recovery of Waste and Residues) at the Dipartimento di Ingegneria of the University of Perugia. He was and currently is involved in a Technical Working Group of the European Commission focusing on waste management and green procurements. His research interests, as reflected in more than 190 publications, include renewable energy production, integrated waste and wastewater management, disposal, recycling and recovery of waste and residues, with a particular focus on integrated, sustainable approaches. 


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This book addresses a complex issue – water sustainability – that requires a combined approach to manage both water and energy. It highlights several technologies that have been introduced to study the water–energy linkage. It also discusses the need to develop effective laws for water management.
In turn, the book assesses hybrid biological systems and demonstrates why they are better for the wastewater treatment process. Lastly, it reviews wastewater quality requirements, which have been the primary driver of industrial wastewater treatment programs in India.
Gathering selected, high-quality research papers presented at the IconSWM 2018 conference, the book offers a valuable asset, not only for researchers and academics, but also for industrial practitioners and policymakers.

Caracteristici

Discusses water sustainability to address water management
Explores key laws and policies on water management
Offers valuable reference material for future work