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Water reuse and recycling in Australia — history, current situation and future perspectives

Most of Australia has low rainfall. The population is small (25 ​M) but growing at 1.5%/yr. Water limitations are being exacerbated by climate change. By 1990, restraints placed on wastewater treatment...

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Environmental data and facts in the semiconductor manufacturing industry: An unexpected high water and energy consumption situation

With the expansion of the semiconductor industry, determining the huge associated water and energy consumption and accomplishing sustainable development can be key issues for this industry. This study...

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A state-of-the-art review of the electrocoagulation technology for wastewater treatment

The continued increase in urbanisation and industrialisation across the world has dramatically increased the amount and variety of waste, and, in particular, wastewater, being generated. Wastewaters...

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Water reuse and recycling in Japan — History, current situation, and future perspectives

Water reuse is an effective option all over the world for saving water resources, reducing environmental impacts, and reducing the costs and energy involved in water resource management. In Japan, non-potable...

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Water strategies and practices for sustainable development in the semiconductor industry

Semiconductor manufacturing is a rapidly growing industry and water-intensive industry. Water strategy formulation and decisions can be crucial factors in realizing the sustainable development of the...

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Long-term performance and economic evaluation of full-scale MF and RO process – A case study of the changi NEWater Project Phase 2 in Singapore

The Changi NEWater Project Phase 2 purifies the secondary effluent of an urban sewage treatment plant using a two-stage microfiltration membrane (MF) and reverse osmosis (RO) process to produce NEWater...

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Characteristics and treatment methods for peat water as clean water sources: A mini review

Peatland is spread over the world providing unique organic-rich surface water. This product is called peat water, which is used as a clean source for drinking in several countries after the treatment,...

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Towards the new era of wastewater treatment of China: Development history, current status, and future directions

Water is essential for the sustainable development of human society. With the largest population and rapid economic development, water usage and treatment in China have grown tremendously in the past...

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Recent advances in treatment refinement of kitchen digested wastewater: Feasibility, prospects, and technicalities

Kitchen digested wastewater contain high levels of nitrogen, chemical oxygen demand (COD), salts, toxic substances, and oils and the treatment of these pollutants is a challenge for wastewater treatment...

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Water quality assessment to determine the trophic state and suitability of Lake Sentani (Indonesia) for various utilisation purposes

Lake Sentani is one of the national priority lakes that must be saved from eutrophication and the threat of water quality degradation due to pollution. This study aims to assess the water quality parameters...

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Membrane technology for rainwater treatment and reuse: A mini review

Because of the current situation of global water shortage, finding strategies that can effectively guarantee water safety and sustainable use has become an urgent problem that needs to be solved at...

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Water Eco-Nexus Cycle System (WaterEcoNet) as a key solution for water shortage and water environment problems in urban areas

With the rapid socio-economic development, urban cities are confronted with issues of accelerating water scarcity, water contamination and water environment degradation. Optimizing water cycle in urban...

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Management and valuation of rainwater by alternative techniques, case of the university of Settat, in Morocco

Our research consists in designing a new system of management and valuation of rainwater with the aim of securing the supply of drinking water....

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Constructed treatment wetland: Glance of development and future perspectives

It has been well recognised that the representative activated sludge process as the principal wastewater treatment technology is not only expensive but requires supervision by technical staff. In line...

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Water reuse and recycling in Canada — history, current situation and future perspectives

Water reuse and recycling in Canada has been alive and viable where there is a need for water conservation or to reduce nutrients going to rivers and lakes. A study on response to reuse shows many people...

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Status and challenges of water resources and supply in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) of China

The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) is one of the most economically developed regions in China. To support the highly developed socioeconomical activities, the water demand in the GBA...

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Potential reuse of sludge from a potable water treatment plant in Al Hoceima city in northern Morocco

Producing potable water generates a large amount of sludge, which consumes energy and must be managed and controlled. A case study of a potable water production plant in Al Hoceima City in northern...

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Evaluation methods of inhibition to microorganisms in biotreatment processes: A review

Inhibition to microorganisms in biotreatment processes (IMB) refers to the extent to which the toxic contaminants in wastewater harm the microorganisms in biotreatment, which has been widely concerned...

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A feasible method for the composition analysis and chemical remediation of clogging matter in subsurface flow constructed wetlands

The problem of clogging, especially biological clogging, makes the long-term operation of subsurface flow constructed wetlands challenging. This study focused on the two subsurface flow constructed...

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The dynamic of pH and EC in the Katingan tidal irrigation system, under influences of acid water, brackish water, and tidal movement

The Katingan tidal irrigation area frequently experiences high salinity due to its coastal position and acidity due to the acid sulphate soil type and water discharge from the neighboring peat forests....

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Harnessing graphene oxide-enhanced composite metal-organic frameworks for efficient wastewater treatment

The issue of carwash wastewater emerges as a pressing environmental concern on a global scale, primarily due to the intricate nature of its pollutants, which makes effective treatment a formidable challenge....

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The virus removal in UV irradiation, ozonation and chlorination

The COVID-19 pandemic draws much attention to virus inactivation since the SARS-CoV-2 was detected in miscellaneous environments and the wastewater can be a potential transmitting pathway. UV irradiation,...

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Photocatalytic degradation of sulfamethoxazole over S-scheme Fe2O3/g-C3N4 photocatalyst under visible light

The application of promising g-C3N4 has been limited by poor photogenerated electron-hole separation and limited absorption for visible light. Sulfamethoxazole (SMX) is a typical antibiotic drug that...

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Evaluation of the groundwater prospective zone by coupling hydro-meteorological and geospatial evidence in Wabe River Catchment Omo Gibe River Basin, Ethiopia

As pressure on groundwater resources continues to increase, zoning the spatiotemporal distribution and occurrence of groundwater potential is critical to ensure sustained water security. Thus, the present...

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Using UV–Vis differential absorbance spectra of tropical peat water DOM fraction to determine trihalomethanes formation potential and its estimated cytotoxicity

Absorbance differential spectra could be utilized to identify dissolved organic matter (DOM) characteristics such as the disinfection by products (DBPs) formation. This research purposed to establish...

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