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Nitrogen removal and microbial community characteristics of CANON process enhanced by static magnetic field at ambient temperature

In this study, a completely autotrophic nitrogen-removal over nitrite (CANON) process was started in a membrane bioreactor at ambient temperature, to which a static magnetic field (SMF) at a 20 ​mT...

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Compiling non-parametric tests along with CA-ANN model for precipitation trends and variability analysis: A case study of Eastern India

In the present research, mean monthly precipitation data have been used to analyze the existing trends of the precipitation for the periods of 1981–2019 using non-parametric methods as the Mann-Kendall...

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Relative developmental toxicities of reclaimed water to zebrafish embryos and the relationship with relevant water quality parameters

Reclaimed water recharging rivers is an important way to solve the problem of water shortage. However, reclaimed water contains some toxic contaminants, which will cause ecological and health risks....

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Nitrilotriacetic acid enhanced UV/Fe0/H2O2 process for salty wastewater treatment at neutral pH

In this study, nitrilotriacetic acid (NTA) was used to enhance UV/Fe0/H2O2 process for highly salty wastewater at neutral pH. The addition of Fe0 could not accelerate the UV/H2O2 process for salty wastewater...

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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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Slow growers possess a high pollutant removal potential through granule formation for wastewater treatment

For the upgradation and building of wastewater treatment plants in limited areas, biological wastewater treatment processes with a high pollutant removal loading rate are required. Biofilm or membrane-based...

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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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Nutrient recovery from animal manure using bipolar membrane electrodialysis: Study on product purity and energy efficiency

Bipolar membrane electrodialysis (BMED) is promising in nutrient recovery from wastewater containing nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P), while studies on its product impurity and energy efficiency are...

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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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Water reuse in Portugal: New legislation trends to support the definition of water quality standards based on risk characterization

The increasing demand for water for multiple purposes and the intensification of severe weather conditions due to climate change have put significant strain on freshwater supplies. Portugal can be very...

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Properties and performance of Ag(I) ion imprinted PVDF-PVA/GO composite membrane: Enhanced permeability, rejection and anti-microbial ability

A novel composite membrane with enhanced permeability, rejection and anti-microbial ability was fabricated through chemical modification of PVDF membrane with silver (Ag) ion imprinted poly(vinyl alcohol)/graphene...

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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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Loopholes in the current reclaimed water quality standards for clogging control during aquifer storage and recovery in China

This article presents a perspective on the current reclaimed water quality standards for clogging control during aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) in China. Water reuse and ASR in China are reviewed,...

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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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Progress in the development of risk-based guidelines to support managed aquifer recharge for agriculture in Chile

Chile has made significant progress in developing risk-based guidelines for managed aquifer recharge (MAR) using natural waters to support agriculture. This study summarises the current MAR projects...

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Climate change impacts on the water flow to the reservoir of the Dez Dam basin

This study has led to changes in the Dez Dam water basin area in recent decades. Non-parametric Mann-Kendal trend test and two shift change point detection tests of Pettit and Buishand were applied...

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Water use inside inland valleys agro-systems in the Dano basin, Burkina Faso

The hydrological behavior of inland valleys agro-systems is investigated in the Dano basin in South-Western Burkina Faso. Four inland valleys, two with irrigation reservoirs, one with contour bunds...

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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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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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