8 April 2012

Special issue: Metal ions removal from liquid effluents: Part Two

International Journal of Environment and Waste Management 9(3/4) 2012

Part One was in International Journal of Environment and Waste Management 8(3/4) 2011
  • Membrane contactors (NDSX and EPT): an innovative alternative for the treatment of effluents containing metallic pollutants
  • A comparative study of biosorption of Cu using Aspergillus niger and Aspergillus flavus
  • Modified crab shell particles for the removal of lead[II] ions from aqueous solutions
  • Cadmium ion removal by electroflotation onto sewage sludge biomass
  • Occurrence of rate limited sorption in stormwater biofiltration systems
  • Accumulation and release of Pb(II) in aqueous solution by aquatic mosses (Fontinalis antipyretica)
  • Cadmium removal from industrial effluents by cementation with zinc powder
  • Cu(II) separation from diluted aqueous solutions by flotation with atypical collectors anti and syn 2-hydroxy-3,5-di-tert-butyl-benzaldoxime
  • Lab-scale production of biogenic sulphide for metal precipitation in remote areas
  • Treatment of metal ions and metalchelate complexes in water with biologically produced H2S
Additional Papers
  •  Contamination by mercury of groundwater of the North Numidian zone of Azzaba, North East Algeria. Effect of inorganic mercury contamination of population
  • Utilisation of drinking water from rainwater-harvesting cisterns in the Palestinian territories: assessment of contamination risk
  • An analysis of groundwater irrigation expansion in India
  • Construction of a low-cost laser-based multiplexed spectrometer: a potential probe for environmental pollution monitoring

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