Chemical Degradation Methods for Wastes and Pollutants focuses on established and emerging chemical procedures for the management of pollutants in industrial wastewater and the environment. This reference offers an in-depth explanation of the degradation process, mechanisms, and control factors affecting each method, as well as issues crucial to the application of these approaches in real-world treatment sites. It examines ten of the most common and useful chemical technologies for environmental remediation and sanitation of industrial waste streams and offers implementation guidelines and examples of remediation strategies that are crucial to effective wastewater cleansing.
Table of Contents
Ozone-UV Radiation-Hydrogen Peroxide Oxidation Technologies, Photocatalytic Degradation of Pollutants in Water and Air: Basic Concepts and Applications, Supercritical Water Oxidation Technology, Fenton and Modified Fenton Methods for Pollutant Degradation, Sonochemical Degradation of Pollutants, Electrochemical Methods for Degradation of Organic Pollutants in Aqueous Media, The Electron Beam Process for the Radiolytic Degradation of Pollutants, Solvated Electron Reductions: A Versatile Alternative for Waste Remediation, Permeable Reactive Barriers of Iron and Other Zero-Valent Metals, Enzymatic Treatment of Waters and Wastes
Tarr, Matthew A. University of New Orleans, USA.