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Seasonal variation of contaminant concentrations in wastewater treatment works effluents and river waters.
(Taylor & Francis, 2019-02-11)
Results are presented for 170 wastewater treatment works sites (20 per substance in influent, effluent and 36 per substance in river water upstream and downstream of the WwTW discharge) over a period of two years between ...
Development of a chemical source apportionment decision support framework for lake catchment management
© 2017 Elsevier B.V. Increasing pressures on natural resources has led to the adoption of water quality standards to protect ecological and human health. Lakes and reservoirs are particularly vulnerable to pressure on water ...
Determination of the forms and stability of phosphorus in wastewater effluent from a variety of treatment processes
Eutrophication of surface waters is a major issue across the planet, with diffuse (agricultural) and point sources (wastewater treatment works, WwTW) being the main inputs. In the UK WwTW effluent discharges are currently ...
Development of a chemical source apportionment decision support framework for catchment management.
EU legislation, including the Water Framework Directive, has led to the application of increasingly stringent quality standards for a wide range of chemical contaminants in surface waters. This has raised the question of ...
The impact of tertiary wastewater treatment on copper and zinc complexation.
Tightening quality standards for European waters has seen a move towards enhanced wastewater treatment technologies such as granulated organic carbon treatment and ozonation. Although these technologies are likely to be ...
Perfluorinated alkyl substances: Sewage treatment and implications for receiving waters