Hazardous Pollutants in Biological Treatment Systems [electronic resource]: A Guide to Fundamentals and Experimental Research
- Cecen, Ferhan
- London : IWA Publishing Nov. 2017 Mansfield : BookMasters, Incorporated [Distributor]
- Physical Description:
- 400 p. 23.400 x 015.600 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Tezel, Ulas
- Restrictions on Access:
- License restrictions may limit access.
- Annotation Hazardous pollutants are a growing concern in treatment engineering. In the past, biological treatment was mainly used for the removal of bulk organic matter and the nutrients nitrogen and phosphorous. However, relatively recently the issue of hazardous pollutants, which are present at very low concentrations in wastewaters and waters but are very harmful to both ecosystems and humans, is becoming increasingly important. Today, treatment of hazardous pollutants in the water environment becomes a challenge as the water quality standards become stricter. This title focuses entirely on hazardous pollutants in biological treatment and gives an elaborate insight into their fate and effects during biological treatment of wastewater and water.
178040770X (Trade Paper)
- Audience Notes:
- College Audience IWA Publishing
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