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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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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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Performance and application of PS slow-release algal inhibition materials based on modified fly ash and cement

In this paper, a new type of slow-release algae control agent was prepared by using modified fly ash and cement as the base material and PS (potassium persulfate), an inorganic substance that dissolves...

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Characterization of organic pollution in the Dianchi Caohai Lake at the transition between the dry and rainy seasons

Dianchi Caohai Lake is heavily polluted, and a significant increase in chemical oxygen demand (COD) occurs during the transition from the dry season to the rainy season. In order to analyze the cause...

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Novel Combined Toxicity Indices (CTI) to assess the ecological risk of metals in sediments dependent on fractions and total metal content, application on Qarun Lake sediment, case study

Fractions and total contents of 21 heavy metals were evaluated in Qarun Lake sediment, a closed and shallow turbid saline lake. The metal contents in the sediments were in the following order: Fe > Al > Ti > Mn > Sr > Zn > Cr > Pb > Ba > Ni > B > Cu > Li > Co > As > Ga > Cd > Se > Bi > Ag > Hg....

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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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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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Roles of magnetic coagulation in black-odor water restoration: An insight into dissolved organic matters

The black-odor water body restoration is an unfinished business in protecting and maintaining the ecological functions of natural water systems in China. Magnetic coagulation (MC) had found a vast application...

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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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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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A comparison of three water discharge forecasting models for monsoon climate region: A case study in cimanuk-jatigede watershed Indonesia

Forecasting the discharge of the water resources model of a river or reservoir is crucial in making decisions on water resource management. Although numerous popular discharge forecasting models have...

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Methodology frontiers: A new type of smart article

•Water Cycle provides a type of Smart Article entitled Methodology Frontiers.•Methodology Frontiers focus on cutting-edge progress, critical prospect and practical guidance of water-related research...

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Evaluation of pre-magnetization on the dewaterability of waste activated sludge treated by ozonation

The dewaterability of waste activated sludge (WAS) plays the key role in sludge dewatering in wastewater treatment plants. The magnetic field as a source of clean energy has been reported to be able...

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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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How to select ideal model organic matters for membrane fouling research on water and wastewater treatment

Model organic matters (MOMs) are widely used in membrane fouling research for water and wastewater treatment. In this study, we aimed to define the characteristics of ideal MOMs and propose principles...

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Novel Terms & Concepts: A new type of Smart Article

•Water Cycle provides a type of Smart Article entitled Novel Terms & Concepts.•Novel Terms & Concepts focus on defining novel or easily confused terms and concepts in the field of water .•A dedicated...

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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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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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Biological treatment of cadmium (Cd2+)-containing wastewater with sulfate as the electron acceptor and its microbial community

The pollution of cadmium (Cd) to environment is becoming increasingly serious. In this study, the ability of the continuous flow bioreactor with sulfate as the electron acceptor to remove pollutants...

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Feasibility of hydrophilic polyethylene separator for membrane bioreactor for wastewater treatment: Fouling behaviors and cleaning

The increasing cost of polyvinylidene fluoride has motivated efforts of researchers to seek a cheap membrane material for membrane bioreactors (MBRs). An inexpensive hydrophilic polyethylene (PE) lithium-ion...

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Water quality variation of a typical urban landscape river replenished with reclaimed water

Replenishing landscape water with reclaimed water has been an effective way to alleviate urban water shortage. In order to investigate the variation of water quality along the pipeline and flow direction...

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Effect of salinity on the denitrification of the sulfur-based autotrophic denitrification system

This study investigated the effect of gradual salt concentration increases on the nitrogen removal performance from a sulfur-based autotrophic denitrification (SAD) process. A continuous operation reactor...

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Mapping the spatiotemporal evolution of seawater intrusion in the Moroccan coastal aquifer of Ghiss-Nekor using GIS-based modeling

The impact of seawater intrusion on coastal aquifers is a major concern in managing groundwater resources. The unconfined coastal aquifer of Ghiss-Nekor, located in a semi-arid area, is particularly...

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The exposure dose of reclaimed water in daily life: A mini review

The exposure dose of reclaimed water is an important indicator to evaluate the potential risk of water reuse. This study summarized a general calculation model for the exposure dose of reclaimed water,...

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