Occurrence, fate, and risk assessment of vancomycin in two typical pharmaceutical wastewater treatment plants in Eastern China.

@article{Qiu2016OccurrenceFA,
  title={Occurrence, fate, and risk assessment of vancomycin in two typical pharmaceutical wastewater treatment plants in Eastern China.},
  author={Panzi Qiu and Xinyan Guo and Yi Zhang and Xingling Chen and Na Wang},
  journal={Environmental science and pollution research international},
  year={2016},
  volume={23 16},
  pages={16513-23}
}
Vancomycin (VCM) is an antibiotic, known medically as the deadline for defending against bacteria. In this study, the removal and fate of VCM were investigated in each treatment unit at two pharmaceutical wastewater treatment plants (PWWTPs) in eastern China. VCM was present in all wastewater and sludge samples of both PWWTPs. After the treatment procedure (the moving bed biofilm reactor technology for PWWTP1 and the modified anaerobic-anoxic-oxic technology for PWWTP2), total removal… CONTINUE READING
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