Green Technologies for Sustainable Water Management edited by Huu Hao Ngo, et al.
Por: Ngo, Huu Hao .
Colaborador(es): Guo, Wenshan  | Surampalli, Rao Y  | Zhang, Tian C .Tipo de material: TextoEditor: Reston, VA American Society of Civil Engineers 2017, c2016Descripción: xx,874 p.Tipo de contenido: Tipo de medio: Tipo de portador: ISBN: 9780784479780.Tema(s): Water quality management | Water-supply engineering | Sewage. -- Purification | Green technology | Water reclamation | Sustainable development | Industrial wastes | Environmental issues | Wastewater treatment | Water resources | Anaerobic processes | Water management | New South Wales | AustraliaRecursos en línea: Haga clic para acceso en línea
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Chapter 1: Green Technologies for Sustainable Water Management: Introduction and Overview; Chapter 2: Rainwater Harvesting in New South Wales, Australia; Chapter 3: Stormwater Treatment Technology for Water Reuse; Chapter 4: Sustainable Groundwater Management: Policy and Practice; Chapter 5: District Water Cycle Management for Wastewater Reuse; Chapter 6: Green and Sustainable Natural Wastewater Treatment/Disposal Technologies; Chapter 7: Green Technologies for Industrial Wastewater Treatment: Sustainable Attributes and Prospects of Anaerobic Granulation; Chapter 8: Value-Added Products from Sludge; Chapter 9: Anaerobic Treatment of Wastewater; Chapter 10: Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater Treatment: Sustainability Revolution in Water Management; Chapter 11: On-Site Treatment Systems: Biological Treatment and Nutrient Removal; Chapter 12: Anammox: A Sustainable Technology for Nitrogen Removal and Water Recycling; Chapter 13: Anionic Pollutant Removal by Biomass-Based Adsorbents; Chapter 14: Agricultural By-Products for Phosphorous Removal and Recovery from Water and Wastewater: A Green Technology; Chapter 15: Removal of Trace Organic Contaminants by Integrated Membrane Processes for Water Reuse Applications; Chapter 16: Application of Green and Physico-Chemical Technologies in Treating Water Polluted by Heavy Metals; Chapter 17: Micellar Enhanced Ultrafiltration (MEUF) and Activated Carbon Fiber (ACF): An Integrated Approach for Heavy Metal Remediation from Wastewater; Chapter 18: Electrocatalytic Membrane Reactor for Industrial Wastewater Treatment: Sustainability and Prospects; Chapter 19: Water Reclamation by Heterogeneous Photocatalysis over Titanium Dioxide; Chapter 20: Disposal and Recycling of Sewage Sludge; Chapter 21: Adapting to Climate Change: Water Management Strategy; Chapter 22: The Resource Economic Dimension of Wastewater Treatment vs. Green Technologies; Chapter 23: Wastewater: A Potential Resource of Energy; Chapter 24: Fermentative Biohydrogen Production from Wastewaters: An Exploration for Sustainable Green Energy; Chapter 25: Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactors for Future Green Bioprocesses; Chapter 26: Composting Toilet for Sustainable Water Management; Chapter 27: Sustainable Wastewater Management in Palm Oil Mills; Chapter 28: Nanomaterials for Sustainable Society;
Sponsored by the Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Engineering Committee of the Environmental Council of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers Green Technologies for Sustainable Water Management describes science-based principles and technological advances behind green technologies that can be effective solutions to pressing environmental problems. Today’s challenge for sustainable water management is to develop environmentally friendly, economically viable, and energy-efficient processes for treating and preserving the world’s limited water resources. Successful approaches will provide a high removal-efficiency of pollutants and nutrient recovery while also reducing the carbon footprint, minimizing waste, and protecting human health and the environment. Following an overview of water as a valuable resource, this 28-chapter book provides in-depth information on current various green technologies associated with sustainable water and wastewater management. It considers various aspects of pollution prevention, control, remediation, and restoration. The applications of these technologies toward a sustainable society are considered, and needs for future research and development are identified. Researchers, students, scientists, engineers, government officials, and process managers will find this book an excellent source of comprehensive, state-of-the-art material on green technologies for sustainable water management.
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