The book series provides a source of valuable information for small communities with decentralized water supply and sanitation up to large industries that employ many professionals in each of the countries worldwide working in the different fields of freshwater production, wastewater treatment and water reuse. In contrast to many other industries, which suffer from the global economic downturn observed in many countries, water and wastewater industries form a fast growing sector and provide significant investment opportunities and markets. This applies especially to those using sustainable water and wastewater technologies, which are increasingly favoured. Key market drivers are demographic and, in particular economic growth in urban and per urban areas together with increasing water scarcity, increasing water needs for food production, increasing awareness to treat or to improve treatment of wastewater along with increasingly stringent and influential regulations regarding nutrient limits on wastewater discharges or the elimination the option of easily treated wastewater discharges, and the establishment of international targets. A key goal of the Series is to unite all countries of the globe to jointly address the challenges of water security and sanitation. Therefore the aim is to achieve a healthy balance in authors and editors originating from developing and developed countries as well as gender equality.
This potential audience consists of professionals from the water and wastewater industry, but also communities, manufacturers and consultants as well as a diversity of stakeholders and professionals from governmental and non-governmental organizations, international funding agencies, universities, public health and other relevant institutions, and the broader public. It is designed to increase awareness and understanding of sustainable water and wastewater solutions including the promotion of water and wastewater reuse.
Innovative Materials and Methods for Water Treatment: Solutions for Arsenic and Chromium Removal
Marek Bryjak, Nalan Kabay, Bernabe L. Rivas, Jochen Bundschuh
May 16, 2018
Due to increasing demand for potable and irrigation water, water suppliers have to use alternative resources. They either have to regenerate wastewater or deal with contaminated surface water. This book brings together the experiences of various experts in preparing of innovative materials that are...
Jochen Bundschuh, Barbara Tomaszewska
August 08, 2017
Availability of and adequate accessibility to freshwater and energy are two key technological and scientific problems of global significance. At the end of the 20th century, the deficit of water for human consumption and economic application forced us to focus on rational use of resources....
Hacene Mahmoudi, Noreddine Ghaffour, Mattheus F.A. Goosen, Jochen Bundschuh
June 06, 2017
The book presents a thorough overview of the latest trends and challenges in renewable energy technologies applications for water desalination, with an emphasis on environmental concerns and sustainable development. Emphasis is on the various uses of renewable energy, as well as economics &...
Alberto Figoli, Jan Hoinkis, Sacide Alsoy Altinkaya, Jochen Bundschuh
May 30, 2017
The book focuses on Application of Nanotechnology in Membranes for Water Treatment but not only provides a series of innovative solutions for water reclamation through advanced membrane technology but also serves as a medium to promote international cooperation and networking for the development of...
A.F. Ismail, Takeshi Matsuura
March 16, 2016
Realizing that water, energy and food are the three pillars to sustain the growth of human population in the future, this book deals with all the above aspects with particular emphasis on water and energy. In particular, the book addresses applications of membrane science and technology for water...
Alberto Figoli, Jan Hoinkis, Jochen Bundschuh
March 02, 2016
Focuses on the application of membrane technologies in removing toxic metals\metalloids from water. Particular attention is devoted to the removal of arsenic, uranium, and fluoride. These compounds are all existing in the earth’s crust at levels between two and five thousands micrograms per kg...