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Conference WaterEnergyNexus Conference (2nd : 2018 : Salerno, Italy)
Title Frontiers in water-energy-nexus -- nature-based solutions, advanced technologies and best practices for environmental sustainability : proceedings of the 2nd WaterEnergyNexus Conference, November 2018, Salerno, Italy / Vincenzo Naddeo, Malini Balakrishnan, Kwang-Ho Choo, editors.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2020.

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Conference WaterEnergyNexus Conference (2nd : 2018 : Salerno, Italy)
Series Advances in science, technology & innovation, 2522-8722.
Advances in science, technology & innovation.
Subject Water-power -- Europe, Southern -- Congresses.
Water-supply -- Europe, Southern -- Management -- Congresses.
Sustainability -- Europe, Southern -- Congresses.
Alt Name Naddeo, V.
Balakrishnan, Malini.
Choo, Kwang-Ho.
Description 1 online resource (483 pages).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed October 1, 2019).
Contents Ochemical systems in wastewater treatment plants -- Degradation of Gaseous VOCs by Ultrasonication: Effect of Water Recirculation and Ozone Addition -- Optimal Chlorination Station Scheduling in an Operating Water Distribution Network Using GANetXL -- Utilization of microalgae cultivated in municipal wastewater for CO2 fixation from power plant flue gas and lipid production -- Techno-economic Assessment of Combined Heat and Power Units Fueled by Waste Vegetable Oil for Wastewater Treatment Plants: a Real Case Study -- Eco-LCA of Biological Wastewater Treatments Focused on Energy Recovery -- Optimization of nutrient recovery from synthetic swine wastewater using Response Surface Methodology -- Enzymatic pre-treatment of chicken manure for improved biogas yield -- Integration of liquid-liquid membrane contactors and electrodialysis for ammonia recovery from urban wastewaters -- Remediation of water contaminated by Pb(II) using virgin coniferous wood biochar as adsorbent -- A simplified model to simulate a bioaugmented anaerobic digestion of lignocellulosic biomass -- Dissolved oxygen perturbations: a new strategy to enhance the removal of organic micropollutants in activated sludge process -- PFOA and PFOS removal processes in activated sludge reactor at laboratory scale -- Selectrodialysis and ion-exchange resins as integration processes for copper and zinc recovery from metallurgical streams containing arsenic -- Microalgae cultivation for pretreatemnt of pharmaceutical wastewater associated with microbial fuel cell and Biomass feed stock production -- Embryotoxicity and molecular alterations of fluoxetine and norfluoxetine in early zebrafish larvae -- Biological Treatment of Municipal Wastewater Using Green Microalgae and Activated Sludge as Combined Culture -- Fouling morphologies on the ion-exchange membranes in reverse electridialysis with effluent from sewage treatment plant -- Co-composting Biosolids and Organic Fraction of Municipal Solid Waste or C mixture of organic contaminants -- "An overview of photocatalytic drinking water treatment" -- Solar Light Initiated Photoinactivation of E.coli: Influence of Natural Organic Matter -- Molecular size distribution profiles of organic matrix in reverse osmosis concentrate under oxidative and non-oxidative conditions -- Solar Photocatalytic Degradation of Humic Acids using Copper Doped TiO2 -- Hyperspectral Monitoring of a Constructed Wetland as a Tertiary Treatment in a Wastewater Treatment Plant for Domestic Sewage -- Applicability of WQI and scientific communication for conservation of River Ganga System in India -- Techno-economic feasibility of membrane bioreactor (MBR) -- Electrochemical wastewater treatment with SnO2-based electrodes: a review -- Statistical analysis of the quality indicators of the Danube River water (in Romania) -- Statistical analysis of the water quality of the major rivers in India -- Methane and hydrogen production from cotton wastes in dark fermentation process under anaerobic and microaerobic conditions -- Microalgae production coupled with simulated black water treatment -- Waterborne diseases in Sebou watershed -- Chances and barriers of wastewater heat recovery from a multidisciplinary perspective -- Mine water in the closure of a coal basin: From waste to potential resources -- Water Pollution by Polyclorinated Biphenyls from the Energy Sector of Armenia -- Semi-continuous anaerobic digestion of orange peel waste: preliminary results -- Nonwoven wet wipes can be hazardous substances in wastewater systems -- evidences from a field measurement campaign in Berlin, Germany -- Wastewater to energy: Relating granule size and biogas production of UASB reactors treating municipal wastewater -- CO2 bio-fixation by Chlamydomonas reinhardtii using different periodic CO2 dosing strategies -- A suggestion on nutrient removal/recovery from source separated human urine using clinoptilolite combined with anaerobic processing -- Niches for Bioelectr.
Summary This volume includes selected contributions presented during the 2nd edition of the international conference on WaterEnergyNEXUS which was held in Salerno, Italy in November 2018. This conference was organized by the Sanitary Environmental Engineering Division (SEED) of the University of Salerno (Italy) in cooperation with Advanced Institute of Water Industry at Kyungpook National University (Korea) and with The Energy and Resources Institute, TERI (India). The initiative received the patronage of UNESCO - World Water Association Programme (WWAP) and of the International Water Association (IWA) and was organized with the support of Springer (MENA Publishing Program), Arab Water Council (AWC), Korean Society of Environmental Engineering (KSEE) and Italian Society of Sanitary Environmental Engineering Professors (GITISA). With the support of international experts invited as plenary and keynote speakers, the conference aimed to give a platform for Euro-Mediterranean countries to share and discuss key topics on such water-energy issues through the presentation of nature-based solutions, advanced technologies and best practices for a more sustainable environment. This volume gives a general and brief overview on current research focusing on emerging Water-Energy-Nexus issues and challenges and its potential applications to a variety of environmental problems that are impacting the Euro-Mediterranean zone and surrounding regions. A selection of novel and alternative solutions applied worldwide are included. The volume contains over about one hundred carefully refereed contributions from 44 countries worldwide selected for the conference. Topics covered include (1) Nexus framework and governance, (2) Environmental solutions for the sustainable development of the water sector, (3) future clean energy technologies and systems under water constraints, (4) environmental engineering and management, (5) Implementation and best practices Intended for researchers in environmenta l engineering, environmental science, chemistry, and civil engineering. This volume is also an invaluable guide for industry professionals working in both water and energy sectors.
ISBN 9783030130688 (electronic bk.)
3030130681 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 1121139149
Additional Format Print version: Naddeo, Vincenzo. Frontiers in Water-Energy-Nexus--Nature-Based Solutions, Advanced Technologies and Best Practices for Environmental Sustainability : Proceedings of the 2nd WaterEnergyNEXUS Conference, November 2018, Salerno, Italy. Cham : Springer, 2019 9783030130671.


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