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Hybrid membrane bio-systems for sustainable treatment of oil and gas produced water and fracturing flowback water
Abstract Development of unconventional oil and gas (O&G) resources through hydraulic fracturing has surged in recent years. While declines in oil prices have temporarily reduced spending towards… Expand
Intermittent aeration strategy for azo dye biodegradation: A suitable alternative to conventional biological treatments?
- J. M. S. Oliveira, M. R. de Lima E Silva, C. G. Issa, J. Corbi, M. H. Damianovic, E. Foresti
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Journal of hazardous materials
- 1 November 2019
Most solutions for biological treatment of azo dyes are based on conventional anaerobic-aerobic processes, but transition to full scale demands technology simplification and cost reductions. We… Expand
MODELLING THE IMPACTS OF WILDFIRE ON SURFACE RUNOFF IN THE UPPER UBERABINHA RIVER WATERSHED USING HEC-HMS
Fire significantly affects hydrological processes in the watershed because it changes land cover and it creates a double layer of hydrophobic soil covered with ash, increasing the surface runoff and… Expand
Foam aerated biofilm reactor (FABR): a novel counter-diffusional process for COD and nitrogen removal from low COD/N effluents.
- Bruno Garcia Silva, J. M. S. Oliveira, M. H. Damianovic, E. Foresti
- Environmental technology
- 22 February 2021
Counter-diffusional biofilms are efficient in the removal of nitrogen from low strength wastewaters. Although counter-diffusion is usually stablished using expensive gas-permeable membranes, a… Expand
Anaerobic structured‐bed reactor for azo dye decolourisation in the presence of sulphate ions