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Journal of Water and Climate Change jwc2024471.
Date Online: 18 June 2024
... make imsy and insuf cient efforts to protect this industry. This is because the negative effects on agricultural output, and food insecurity could result from rainfall variability if they are not successfully addressed posing a serious challenge to the SSA countries (Damte Darota et al. 2024). Uganda...
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Water Sci Technol wst2024211.
Date Online: 18 June 2024
... uoride from groundwater and industrial wastewater by extracting calcium hydroxide from waste eggshells. Ezzeddine et al. (Ezzeddine et al. 2014) achieved a reduction in uoride concentration to approximately 8 mg/L using commercially available lime as a de uorination agent combined with reverse osmosis...
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Water Quality Research Journal wqrj2024003.
Date Online: 18 June 2024
... and regional integration analysis to characterize organic matter humi cation. Chemosphere 93, 2208 2215. https doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2013.04.039. Hudson, N., Baker, A. & Reynolds, D. 2007 Fluorescence analysis of dissolved organic matter in natural, waste and polluted waters a review. River Res. Appl...
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AQUA - Water Infrastructure, Ecosystems and Society jws2024130.
Date Online: 17 June 2024
.... ISRN Microbiology 2011, 1 6. httpsdoi.org/10.5402/2011/632189. Balamurugan, P. & Shunmugapriya, K. 2019 Treatment of urinal waste water using natural coagulants. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering 8 (2), 355 362. httpsdoi.org/10.35940/ijrte.B1478.078219. Bayuo, J., Abdullai, M...
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Water Practice and Technology wpt2024159.
Date Online: 17 June 2024
... lead contamination. However, unlike the industrialized countries, there are very limited studies conducted on the status of Pb; therefore, it was a major challenge to nd related data. MATERIALS AND METHODS The study was conducted in Addis Ababa, which is the capital city of Ethiopia. The city has...
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Water Sci Technol wst2024209.
Date Online: 17 June 2024
... chloride)-based polymer inclusion membranes containing Aliquat 336 as a carrier. Separation and Puri cation Technology 101, 69 75. httpsdoi.org/10.1016/j.seppur.2012.09.007. Kakoi, T., Horinouchi, N., Goto, M. & Nakashio, F. 1996 Selective recovery of palladium from a simulated industrial waste water...
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Water Sci Technol wst2024210.
Date Online: 17 June 2024
...Biqing Li; Yao Tang; Xiannian Xiao; Xia Tang; Dan Luo; Yuxin Liu; Yahui Zhang; Liguo Zhang ABSTRACT The composition of waste-activated sludge (WAS) is complex, containing a large amount of harmful substances, which pose a threat to the environment and human health. The reduction and resource...
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J Water Health jwh2024111.
Date Online: 15 June 2024
... Proof Journal of Water and Health Vol 00 No 0, 15 parameters of rivers have remarkably deteriorated (Majeed et al. 2022). Tigris River is the main source of surface water in Iraq, and the contamination of Tigris River is brought about mainly by the direct discharge of industrial and human waste...
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Water Sci Technol wst2024206.
Date Online: 15 June 2024
..., sediment transport, land lls, and so on) and anthropogenic in uences (such as urbanization, industrial wastes, and agricultural intensi cations) (Moges et al. 2016; Kassegne et al. 2018; Mengesha et al. 2021). One signi cant issue endangering the water resources of Ethiopia s catchments is nonpoint source...
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Water Sci Technol wst2024207.
Date Online: 15 June 2024
... OF INTEREST The authors declare there is no con ict. REFERENCES Andoh, B. 2005 Computer simulation saves in design of hydrodynamic vortex separator. Industrial Water World 6 (3), 18 19. Andoh, R. Y. & Saul, A. J. 2003 The use of hydrodynamic vortex separators and screening systems to improve water quality...
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Water Sci Technol wst2024208.
Date Online: 15 June 2024
...Zhonghong Li; Xiaoguang Li ABSTRACT Human urine, which is high in nutrients, acts as a resource as well as a contaminant. Indiscriminate urine discharge causes environmental pollution and wastes resources. To elucidate the research status and developmental trajectory of source-separated urine (SSU...
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Water Sci Technol wst2024205.
Date Online: 14 June 2024
... chlorine to bulk chlorine decay. We can therefore use these formulas to forecast the rate of chlorine degradation at any given time in waste treatment plants that employ the NB approach as an advanced treatment technique. 2. MATERIALS AND METHODS 2.1. Sampling site Undisinfected samples of secondary...
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Journal: Water Supply
Water Supply ws2024140.
Date Online: 14 June 2024
... the residents served by node 5, node 6, node 7, node 8 and node 9 are affected by the SWPA. It can be seen that if emergency decision-makers only formulate response measures to deal with the SWPA based on those orange nodes, it will not only waste manpower and resources but also extend the time for dealing...
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AQUA - Water Infrastructure, Ecosystems and Society jws2024152.
Date Online: 14 June 2024
.... Overall, micro ltration is a reliable and ef cient solution for the separation and puri cation of suspensions, and its versatility and exibility make it a popular choice in many applications (Omar et al. 2024). Ceramic membranes have signi cant industrial potential. As such, a lot of effort has gone...
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Journal of Hydroinformatics jh2024204.
Date Online: 13 June 2024
... (httpcreativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 GRAPHICAL ABSTRACT Uncorrected Proof Journal of Hydroinformatics Vol 00 No 0, 2 1. INTRODUCTION Leakage is an important challenge within the water industry and has an economic, environmental, and sustainability impact (Puust et al. 2010). According to Ofwat, the UK regulator...
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Water Sci Technol wst2024200.
Date Online: 13 June 2024
... 1). Gravity was previously thought to be suf cient for waste ltration. However, it was necessary to use a vacuum bomb to increase the ltration speed. Vacuum in the sugarcane industry is easy to obtain. Multijet is used in multiple evaporators, and sugar crystallization is achieved...
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Water Practice and Technology wpt2024156.
Date Online: 13 June 2024
.... 2019). Since N2O is a very potent GHG, these emissions often represent the single largest climate impact of WWTPs that are using low CO2-emission electricity (Delre et al. 2019). Nitrogen is the plant nutrient used in the largest amounts in crop production. Industrial production of Nr fertilisers...
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Water Sci Technol wst2024201.
Date Online: 13 June 2024
... 685, 596 608. Huber, M. M., Canonica, S., Park, G.-Y. & Von Gunten, U. 2003 Oxidation of pharmaceuticals during ozonation and advanced oxidation processes. Environmental Science & Technology 37, 1016 1024. Judd, S. J. 2016 The status of industrial and municipal ef uent treatment with membrane...
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Journal of Hydroinformatics jh2024394.
Date Online: 11 June 2024
... assessment of irrigation water and organic/inorganic amendment on biometric growth pro les of Abelmoschus esculentus and Solanum lycopersicum and their varieties Monika Mahajana, Rajeev Pratap Singha Pankaj Kumar Guptab and Shreeshivadasan Chelliapanc a Waste Management Resource Recovery and Ecotoxicology...
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Water Sci Technol wst2024197.
Date Online: 11 June 2024
... case study waste- water-based epidemiology good calibration results can be achieved with ABC for a four-parameter rainfall runoff model if binary and/or censored information are available. The quality of the parameter estimation is computed for a veri cation situation. 3 different examples...