Advanced Technologies for Solid, Liquid, and Gas Waste Treatment
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Advanced Technologies for Solid, Liquid, and Gas Waste Treatment presents the potential of using advanced and emerging technologies to effectively treat waste. This book uniquely addresses treatment techniques for waste in all three phases, solid, liquid, and gas, with the goals of mitigating negative impacts of waste and producing valued-added products, such as biogas and fertilizer, as well as the use of artificial intelligent in the field.
• Covers a wide range of advanced and emerging treatment technologies such as photocatalysis processing, adsorptive membranes, pyrolysis, advanced oxidation process, electrocoagulation
, composting technologies, etc.
• Addresses issues associated with wastes in different phases.
• Discusses the pros and cons of treatment technologies for handling different wastes produced by different industrial processes, such as agricultural biomass, industrial/domestic solid wastes, wastewater, and hazardous gas.
• Includes application of artificial intelligence in treatment of electronic waste.
This book will appeal to chemical, civil and environmental engineers working on waste treatment, waste valorization, and pollution control.
Table of Contents
Section 1. Technologies for Solid Waste Treatment. 1. Applications of Nanotechnology in Urban Solid Waste Treatment. 2. Composting of Food/Domestic Wastes for Soil Amendment. 3. Integrated Electronic Waste Management & Recycling with AI Application: Futures and Challenges. 4. Biopolymer Production from Solid Waste for Water and Wastewater Treatment. 5. Thermal Conversion of Solid Waste via Pyrolysis to Produce Bio-oil, Biochar and Syngas. 6. Innovation Methods and Systems for Waste Tyre Recycling. 7. Sustainable Management and Conservation E-Waste. Section 2. Technologies for Liquid Waste Treatment. 8. Nanoparticles and Nanocomposites of Heavy Metal Removal. 9. Membrane Technology for Phosphate and Nitrate Removal. 10. Treatment Methods for Wastewater from IT Industries. 11. Membrane Bioreactors (MBRs) for Effective Municipal Wastewater Treatment. 12. Photocatalysis for Oil/Water Treatment. 13. Nuclear Wastewater Treatment. 14. Physicochemical Treatment of Industrial Effluent (Ozone and Ultrasonic). 15. Electrocoagulation and Its Application in Food Wastewater Treatment. Section 3. Technologies for Gaseous Waste Treatment. 16. Advances in Pyrolysis Process for Gas Waste Management. 17. Adsorptive Removal of Toxic Gas (H2S and SO2) via Emerging Nanomaterials. 18. Integrated Treatment Process for Industrial Gas Effluent. 19. Biofiltration for Air Pollution Control. 20. Catalysts for Gaseous Waste Treatment
Ho Yeek Chia (Ph.D) is a Programme Manager for Master in Industrial Environmental Engineering in Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS. Nonetheless, she is in Leadership Team under Institute of Self-Sustainable Building (ISB. Noteworthy, she is a Secretary in International Water Association (IWA) for Design, Operation and Maintenance of Drinking Water Treatment Plants. Her current research interest is closely related to Environmental Engineering, specifically, Water-Food-Energy nexus. YC involves in research projects which includes renewable energy, microalgae harvesting, water and wastewater treatments, and life cycle assessment. She has published several works in invited review papers, invited book chapters, international conference papers and international indexed journal papers. Also, YC has won a few national awards in publications and international awards for her research works, two patents and two trademarks were filed so far. Lastly, she has been selected to be one of the invited professional in Leaders Innovation Fellowships programme by Royal Academy of Engineering, UK.
Woei Jye Lau is currently an associate professor at School of Chemical and Energy Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). He obtained his Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical-Gas Engineering and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Chemical Engineering from UTM. Dr Lau has a very strong research interest in the field of membrane science and technology for water applications. He has published >200 scientific papers and 25 reviews with total number of Scopus’s citation exceeding 10,000 and h-index of 50. Currently, Dr Lau serves as a subject editor for Chemical Engineering Research and Design (Elsevier) and associate editor for Water Reuse (International Water Association). Dr Lau has been named among top 2% scientists in the world according to the Stanford Report for 2019 published in the journal PLOS Biology.
Sudip Chakraborty has a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from University of Calabria, Italy. He is Abilitazione Scientifica Nazionale (ASN)-full professor in sector – ING-IND 24 at the Laboratory of Transport Phenomena and Biotechnology, University of Calabria. He also holds an adjunct professor position at Mindanao State University, the Philippines. He was also a visiting researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). His major fields of interest are membrane separation, plasmonic nanoparticles, composite materials, energy, and process intensification. Dr. Chakraborty has an h-index of 32 and has published more than 120 research publications in international journals, books, and conference proceedings.
Professor Rajamohan Natarajan is a senior academic researcher, industrial consultant, program manager and research administrator, currently affiliated with Sohar University as Dean (acting),Faculty of Engineering Sohar, Oman. He has completed in PhD, Masters and Bachelors degree in Chemical Engineering specialisation. He has published more than 125 research articles in various indexed journals of international repute. He has delivered several major research grants including the UK-Gulf Institutional Links grant. His fields of specialization are Environmental chemical engineering, Heavy metal pollution control, biological treatment of toxic gases and Sustainable technologies. He is carrying rich research experience over a period of two decades. He was awarded "Outstanding achievement in Research and Knowledge Transfer" at his institution in February 2020.
Saleh Al Arni is Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, Hail University (UOH), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He received the Master’s degree (Laurea) in Chemical Engineering from University of Genoa, Italy, in 1996. In 2000, he received the first Ph.D. degree in "Technologies and Economic of the Processes and Products to Safeguard the Environment," from Catania University, Italy, and in 2008, he received the second Ph.D. degree in "Chemical Sciences, Technologies and Processes," from University of Genoa. His research and teaching activities deal with biotechnological processes, and he published several scientific articles in international Journals.