Membrane-based solutions for resource recovery
This special issue belongs to
|International Journal of Chemical Separation Technology|
Deadline for Manuscript Submission
|March 31st, 2023|
Deadline for Publication
|April 15, 2023|
Special Issue Description
In the modern era, a global problem of industrial water scarcity has been identified. Water is being continuously polluted by various types of effluent that contain heavy metals.
As a result of the isolation ability of nutrients and heavy metals at low concentrations, membrane technologies have been considered more effective than conventional wastewater treatment technologies in reducing this contamination. This study presented a thorough examination of the various membrane pretreatment technologies.
In addition, this has described how recovering priceless resources, such as nutrients, utilizing membrane technology may be both economically and environmentally feasible.
The chemical, biochemical, culinary, and manufacturing industries can benefit greatly from resource recovery via the application of membrane technology shortly for wastewater treatment, purification, and resource recovery.
*Wastewater treatment *Membrane technology *Membrane distillation *Nanofiltration *Nutrient recovery *Utilization *Heavy metals *Concentration *Purification *Biochemical
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