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Fluorescence as a potential monitoring tool for recycled water systems: a review.
A rapid, highly sensitive and selective detector is urgently required to detect contamination events in recycled water systems - for example, cross-connection events in dual reticulation pipes thatExpand
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Grey water characterisation and its impact on the selection and operation of technologies for urban reuse.
Characterisation of grey water reveals a source water that is similar in organic strength to a low-medium strength municipal sewage influent but with physical and biodegradability characteristicsExpand
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Organic matter fluorescence in municipal water recycling schemes: toward a unified PARAFAC model.
Organic matter (OM) is a ubiquitous constituent of natural waters quantifiable at very low levels using fluorescence spectroscopy. This technique has recognized potential in a range of applicationsExpand
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Fate of antibiotics during municipal water recycling treatment processes.
Municipal water recycling processes are potential human and environmental exposure routes for low concentrations of persistent antibiotics. While the implications of such exposure scenarios areExpand
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On‐line monitoring of wastewater quality: a review
Real-time monitoring of wastewater quality remains an unresolved problem to the wastewater treatment industry. In order to comply with increasingly stringent environmental regulations, plantExpand
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The fate and removal of triclosan during wastewater treatment.
This work examines the variation in removal efficiency of triclosan in wastewater treatment works in the United Kingdom between November 2003 and April 2004. Concentrations of triclosan were measuredExpand
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Odour measurements for sewage treatment works.
Public concern over odours from sewage treatment works is increasing. More people are being exposed to odours, due to development around existing works or construction of new works. IncreasedExpand
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Developments in odour control and waste gas treatment biotechnology: a review.
Waste and wastewater treatment processes produce odours, which can cause a nuisance to adjacent populations and contribute significantly to atmospheric pollution. Sulphurous compounds are responsibleExpand
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Evaluation of effluent organic matter fouling in ultrafiltration treatment using advanced organic ch
Membrane fouling remains an operational challenge in the ultrafiltration (UF) membrane treatment of wastewater effluent and research is on-going to improve understanding of the organic character ofExpand
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Odor Assessment and Management in Wastewater Treatment Plants: A Review
The stricter environmental regulations, encroachment of residential areas on wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs), and increasing public expectations on privatized water companies have resulted in anExpand
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