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Sustainable Resource Management
Technologies for Recovery and Reuse of Energy and Waste Materials3494
Learn how current technologies can be used to recover and reuse waste products to reduce environmental damage and pollution In this two-volume set, Sustainable Resource Management: Technologies for Recovery and Reuse of Energy and Waste Materials delivers a compelling argument for the importance of the widespread adoption of a holistic approach to enhanced water, energy, and waste management practices. Increased population and economic growth, urbanization, and industrialization have put sustained pressure on the world's environment, and this book demonstrates how to use organics, nutrients, and thermal heat to better manage wastewater and solid waste to deal with that reality. The book discusses basic scientific principles and recent technological advances in current strategies for resource recovery from waste products. It also presents solutions to pressing problems associated with energy production during waste management and treatment, as well as the health impacts created by improper waste disposal and pollution. Finally, the book discusses the potential and feasibility of turning waste products into resources. Readers will also enjoy: A thorough introduction and overview to resource recovery and reuse for sustainable futures An exploration of hydrothermal liquefaction of food waste, including the technology's use as a potential resource recovery strategy A treatment of resource recovery and recycling from livestock manure, including the current state of the technology and future prospects and challenges A discussion of the removal and recovery of nutrients using low-cost adsorbents from single-component and multi-component adsorption systems Perfect for water and environmental chemists, engineers, biotechnologists, and food chemists, Sustainable Resource Management also belongs on the bookshelves of environmental officers and consultants, chemists in private industry, and graduate students taking programs in environmental engineering, ecology, or other sustainability related fields.
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Dr Wenshan Guo is currently Professor at University of Technology Sydney (UTS). She is also a core member in Centre for Technology in Water and Wastewater (CTWW) at UTS. Her current research is in the areas of green technologies for resource and energy recovery, waste-to-energy, water-waste-energy nexus and climate change mitigation. Dr Huu Hao Ngo is Professor of Environmental Engineering and serving as Deputy Director of Centre for Technology in Water and Wastewater, Co-Director of Joint Research Centre for Protective Infrastructure Technology and Environmental Green Bioprocess, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology, University of Technology Sydney. He has been duly elected as Fellow of International Water Association (FIWA) and Fellow and Lead Researcher of the International Bioprocessing Association (FIBA and LRIBA) and serving as IBA Council Member. He has also served as Co-director of Collaborative Membrane Bioreactor Center. Currently, his activities focuses more on the development of specific green bioprocessing technologies: resource recovery, water-waste-bioenergy nexus and greenhouse gas emission control. Dr. Rao Y. Surampalli is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Global Institute for Energy, Environment and Sustainability. He was with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) for 29 years and retired as an Engineer Director. He has conducted research on over fifty environmental engineering topics; including on bioconversion of wastes to value added products; occurrence, fate/transport and removal of emerging contaminants in the environment; water and wastewater treatment; resource recovery and reuse; solid and hazardous waste management; environmental toxicity and risk of nanomaterials; bioremediation of contaminated sites and groundwater; and climate change mitigation and adaptation. He is an Adjunct Professor in seven universities and distinguished/honorary visiting professor in five universities. Dr. Tian C. Zhang is Professor in the department of Civil Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), USA. His research involves fundamentals and applications of nanotechnology and conventional technology for water, wastewater, and storm water treatment and management, remediation of contaminated environments, and detection/control of emerging contaminants in the environment.
1. Resource Recovery and Reuse for Sustainable Future: Introduction and Overview 2. Food Waste Recovery in The Bio-economy: State of The Arts and future Perspectives 3. Coping with Change: (Re)-evolution of Waste Management in Local Authorities in England 4. Hydrothermal Conversion (HTC) of Biomass for Bio-energy Production 5. Resource Recovery Oriented Sanitation and Sustainable Human Excreta Management 6. Resource Recovery and Recycling from Livestock Manure: Challenges and Future Prospects for Sustainable Management 7. Utilization of Microalgae and Thraustochytrids for the Production of Biofuel and Nutraceutical Products 8. Pertinent Issues of Algal Energy and Bio-product Development: A Biorefinery Perspective 9. Resource Utilization of Sludge for Wastewater Treatment 10. Thermal-chemical Treatment of Sewage Sludge Towards Enhanced Energy and Resource Recovery 11. Bioenergy Recovery from Sewage Sludge 12. Recovery of Phosphorus from Wastewater and Sludge 13. Magnetic Iron-Based Oxide Materials for Selective Removal and Recovery of Phosphorus 14. Forward Osmosis Membrane Bioreactor for Phosphorus Recovery from Wastewater 15. Removal and Recovery of Nutrients from Wastewater via Muti-Solute Low-Cost Adsorption System 16. Use and Development of Biochar-Based Materials for Effective Capture and Reuse of Phosphorus 17. Recovery of Precious Metal by Biosorption 18. Bioelectrochemical System in Wastewater Treatment: Resource Recovery from Municipal and Industrial Wastewaters 19. Trends in The Use of Electrobeam for Degrading and Reusing of Textile Wastewater 20. Approaches towards Resource Recovery from Breeding Wastewater 21. Harmless Treatment and Resource Utilization of Electrolytic Manganese Residue 22. Recovery of Thermal Energy from Wastewater by Heat Pump Technology 23. Hydrocyclone-separation Technologies Used in Field of Resource Recovery and Reuse 24. Methane Recovery from Landfills 25. Resource Recovery from Electronic Waste