Water Science and Technology Special Issue on:
Water in Industry
Water of different qualities is used in a wide range of industrial processes. After usage, various substances will enter the water streams, generating the industrial wastewater whose characteristics may include recalcitrant organics, high salinity, heavy metals, extreme pH, high turbidity, etc. Nowadays, water in industry tends to form a recycling loop, as boosted by the regional water scarcity, strict policies on emission control, and arising public concerns as well. The trend would increase the challenge of technical solutions and management tools.
The IWA conference ‘Water in Industry 2021’ was initiated to call the attention of researchers to crack the challenges of industrial water management and to promote knowledge sharing between researchers and practitioners. The conference took place on August 23–25, 2021 and over 130 professionals attended online. This Special Issue includes papers from the conference and elsewhere and it covers topics such as membrane separation, adsorption, advanced oxidation, and applications.
Prof. Yongjun Zhang, Nanjing Tech University, China
Prof. Sven Uwe Geissen, Technical University Berlin, Germany
Dr. Thomas Track, DECHEMA e. V., Germany
Water Science & Technology (1 March 2023) 87 (5): 3–iv.
Water Science & Technology (15 May 2022) 85 (10): 2882–2898.
Water Science & Technology (15 June 2022) 85 (12): 3493–3509.
Water Science & Technology (1 April 2022) 85 (7): 2145–2160.
Water Science & Technology (1 September 2022) 86 (5): 1253–1268.
Water Science & Technology (1 March 2022) 85 (5): 1688–1700.
Water Science & Technology (1 November 2021) 84 (9): 2541–2556.
Water Science & Technology (1 January 2022) 85 (1): 229–243.
Water Science & Technology (15 June 2022) 85 (12): 3357–3369.
Water Science & Technology (1 April 2022) 85 (7): 2225–2239.