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Energy Generation from Urban Organic Waste by Anaerobic Digestion Method

Original Research Article

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In order to perform the evaluation of biogas production using one-step anaerobic digestion at pilot-scale was established using three different treatments that were defined as organic waste without cow manure (OWWM), cow manure without organic waste (MWM) & a mixture of cow manure-organic waste (OWAM).


Published: 18 May 2017

Circular Economy and Waste Management: A Comparative Study between Japan and France

Original Research Article

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A circular economy (CE) is a new economic model that is based on keeping resources in use for as long as possible, extracting maximum value during use, and recovering end-of-life materials.


Published: 07 Aug 2017

Feasibility Study of Power Generation from Waste Water Treatment with Patchy Data

Original Research Article

It is well known that the treatment of waste water produces biogas as a by-product that is harmful to the environment. The Kinoya waste water treatment plan has been flaring the biogas to eliminate the risk to the society.


Published: 14 Apr 2017

How Outreach Iearning at Authentic Waste Management Environments Interacts with Cognitive Knowledge Dimensions

Original Research Article

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Worldwide, approximately 3.5 million tons of waste are produced daily, and just about half of this amount is committed to recycling or reuse. As individuals too often are still unaware about their waste contribution, this remains an important issue in formal and informal education.


Published: 06 Apr 2017

Polymers of Intrinsic Microporosity for Gas Separations

Editorial Article

Authors: Dr. Li Pei

Today,membrane separation as a green technology is receiving increasing attention because of its intrinsic advantages such as energy saving, easy operation, small scale, high efficiency, etc.Membrane gas separation has been widely applied in different processes, such as O2/N2 separation, etc.


Published: 05 Apr 2017

Countermeasures and Suggestions on Urban Wetland Conservation and Restoration in the Progress of Urbanization

Original Research Article

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Wetland constitutes an important part of the ecological system, while urban wetland is indispensable in ecological system protection. However, with urbanization speeding up, bottlenecks restricting urban wetland conservation are increased, the aggravating challenge in urban wetland conservation.


Published: 05 Apr 2017

An Integrated Process for Producing Potassium Sulfate from Potash Mining Wastes

Original Research Article

In light of growing world demand for potash, increasing production and competition, and the potential effect on increased waste production by potash refineries, a study was completed to investigate the technical and economic feasibility of producing potassium sulphate (K2SO4) from potash wastes.


Published: 04 Apr 2017

Wastewater Management and Re-use from a Nitrogen Based Fertilizer Complex

Original Research Article

As a resource, water is often overlooked in Canada due to its plentiful availability and low cost. In the nitrogen fertilizer industry waster is used in many areas such as steam generation, product dilution and process stream cooling.


Published: 30 Mar 2017

A Life Cycle Comparison of Different Organic Waste Management Options: The Role of the Energetic Mix

Original Research Article

Life cycle assessment was used to evaluate different options for managing the organic fraction (OF) of municipal solid waste at source segregation (SS) intensities of 25% and 52%. Incineration was shown to be the best management option for processing the OF remaining in the residual waste.


Published: 02 Jan 2017

Waste Prevention As An Investment Opportunity

Review Article

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This paper focuses on waste prevention by putting it in to context with profitability considerations that play a key role in investment decisions for or against certain waste management options.


Published: 23 Oct 2017

Radiation Processing Of Waste Polymers

Conference Proceeding

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Management of solid waste is an important problem, which is becoming progressively worse as a by product of continuing economic growth and development.


Published: 01 Aug 2017

Creating An Awareness on Consumers Regarding Waste Minimization In Malaysia

Conference Proceeding

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Malaysia with her Vision 2020, poses a challenge to local authorities charged with managing Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), reflects the culture that it produces and affects the environment and the health of the people who by discarding waste with its complex compositions, should be more proactive with their disposal.


Published: 01 Aug 2017

Potential application of magnetic field influence on the enhancement of biogranulation technology – a review

Conference Proceeding

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This review presents a compilation of works in microbial granulation technology including microbial immobilization and development of aerobic granules, factors affecting granulation and granule characterization.


Published: 01 Aug 2017

Metal Re-distribution and Bioavailability Enhancement in River Sediment after In-situ Ca(NO3)2 and CaO2 Treatments.

Conference Proceeding

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Contaminated river sediment has been subject to urban, industrial, agricultural and various anthropogenic discharges. High concentration of nutrients and organic chemicals are often found in the sediment.


Published: 01 Aug 2017

Biomimetic apply to waste recycling

Conference Proceeding

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The presentation will discuss climate change and its relation with closing the loop of Resources. More specifically, this presentation will address the issue of plastic and tires recycling and why closing the plastic/tires loop is difficult but feasible as you will see.


Published: 01 Aug 2017

Sustainable wastewater treatment: Reverse Osmosis rejected water purification through biochar engrained bio-geo filters.

Conference Proceeding

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In Reverse Osmosis (RO) water purification systems about 50-70% of raw water with higher concentrations of ions release from RO systems to the inland waters or directly to the ground with no beneficial use.


Published: 01 Aug 2017

Characterization, Fate and Transport of Nano-Pollutants in Aqueous Systems

Conference Proceeding

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The worldwide surge demand for a vast array of applications produced from engineered nanoparticles (ENPs) has expanded the global industrial scale production in masses for the past several decades.


Published: 01 Aug 2017

Use of Vermicomposting Biotechnology for Recycling Fly Ash in Agriculture.

Conference Proceeding

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With consistent growth in the sector of coal fired power plants in different parts of the world, large-scale generation of fly ash (FA) has now emerged as a major environmental threat at global levels.


Published: 01 Aug 2017

Good practices in using public toilets public and private partnership

Conference Proceeding

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A Public-Private partnership (PPP) is a contract between government and a private company under which, the private company finances, builds, and operates some element of a public service and the private company gets paid over a number of years, either through charges paid by users, or by payments from the public authority, or a combination of both.


Published: 03 Aug 2017

Public Acceptance of Recycle Water - IWK Initiatives towards Sustainable Water Management

Conference Proceeding

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Indah Water Konsortium (IWK) is the national sewerage company of Malaysia that services more than 24 million populations nationwide.


Published: 01 Aug 2017

Exploiting anaerobic digestion to facilitate reuse of treated water and resource recovery.

Conference Proceeding

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With increasing population, demand for fresh water is ever increasing. Contamination of water resources have led to a condition where currently over 15% of the world population (about 1.2 billion) lack access to safe potable water.


Published: 01 Aug 2017

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