Arka Pandit

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Influx of Phosphorus (P) into freshwater ecosystems is the primary cause of eutrophication which has many undesirable effects. Therefore, P discharge limits for effluents from WWTPs is becoming increasingly common, and may be as low as 10 μg/L as P. While precipitation, filtration, membrane processes, Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal (EBPR) and(More)
Increasing urbanization places cities at the forefront of achieving global sustainability. For cities to become more sustainable, however, the infrastructure on which they rely must also become more productive, efficient and resilient. Unfortunately the current paradigm of urban infrastructure development is fragmented in approach lacking a systems(More)
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