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A theoretical analysis of an air stripper–biofilter system (ASBF) for industrial wastewater treatment
(Desalination Publications, 2017-12)
In this study, we focus on the industrial wastewater contaminated with volatile organic compounds (or VOC’s) which are carbon-containing compounds such as benzene, toluene, xylene, styrene, etc. VOC’s in general are toxic ...
Development of Activated Carbon Fibers for Organic Removals
Phenols are classified to be one of the most hazardous pollutants found in wastewater. They are discharged into rivers, lakes and seas, causing adverse effects on the enviromental and human health. Adsorption is a well-known ...
Palm tree leaves usage for biosorption and recovery of heavy metals from wastewater
(Desalination Publications, 2017-06)
Biosorption can be a sustainable water treatment option. However, selection of biosorbent can be challenging and local availability plays an important role. This research investigates the effectiveness of palm tree leaves ...