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Antibiotic resistance genes attenuated with salt ...

Antibiotic resistance genes attenuated with salt ...

Jul 15, 2019 · Tudes lakes, rivers, streams and coastline areas is frequently received the effluent from the wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) that serve both as a natural reservoir of antibiotic resistance and a conduit for the spread of clinical ARGs [7,8]. Additionally, the fate of ARGs in soils has been widely concerned.
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Evaluation of Conventional and Advanced Treatment ...

Evaluation of Conventional and Advanced Treatment ...

, A survey of estrogenic activity in United Kingdom inland waters. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 1996. 15: p.. Harries, J.E., et al., Estrogenic activity in five United Kingdom rivers detected by measurement of vitellogenesis in caged male trout. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 1997. 16(3): p..
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Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products, and Endocrine ...

Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products, and Endocrine ...

Jul 06, 2004 · Endocrine Disrupting Compounds Removal Methods from Wastewater in the United Kingdom: A Review 1 February 2021 | Sci, Vol. 3, No. 1 Identifying unknown antibiotics with persistent and bioaccumulative properties and ecological risk in river water in , China
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Mitigation Feasibility for the Kepone-Contaminated ...

Mitigation Feasibility for the Kepone-Contaminated ...

Temperature The water temperature during the June sampling program ranged from 26.8 to 32 degrees C. water temperatures in "'"ey Creek generally exceeded those in the James, ranging from 32 to 35.5 degrees C. Water temperature closely followed the daily tempera ture pattern with the lowest temperatures in the morning and the highest ...
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Chemical Fate and Partitioning Behavior of Antibiotics in ...

Chemical Fate and Partitioning Behavior of Antibiotics in ...

Antibiotics in the aquatic environment is a major problem because of the emergence of antibiotic resistance. The long-term ecological impact on the aquatic environment is unknown. Many sources allow entry of antiuding wastewater-treatment plants (WWTPs), agricultural runoff, hospital effluent, and landfill ...
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Design, Simulation, and Environmental Assessment of an ...

Design, Simulation, and Environmental Assessment of an ...

The presence of marine pollution in Cartagena Bay (Colombia) is an ming environmental issue because of the ecotoxicological properties of contamits such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) that may affect the biodiversity of coastal ecosystems. In this sense, there is a need to propose alternatives to remediate the environmental pollution of such bodies of …
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Mitigation Feasibility for the Kepone-Contaminated ...

Mitigation Feasibility for the Kepone-Contaminated ...

Temperature The water temperature during the June sampling program ranged from 26.8 to 32 degrees C. Water temperatures in Bailey Creek generally exceeded those in the James, ranging from 32 to 35.5 degrees C. Water temperature closely followed the daily temperature pattern with the lowest temperatures in the morning and the highest in ...
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Revolutionary technique for sustainable ... - ScienceDirect

Revolutionary technique for sustainable ... - ScienceDirect

Aug 01, 2021 · Chemical coagulants have been extensively used in wastewater treatment from industrial processes due to their removal efficiencies. Notwithstanding, recent studies have reported concerns over rable diseases, resulting from residues of metals from these non-degradable chemical coagulants which remain in the water even after …
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Antibiotic Resistance in Recreational Waters: State of the ...

Antibiotic Resistance in Recreational Waters: State of the ...

Oct 31, 2020 · 3. Anthropogenic Sources of Antibiotic Resistance in Recreational Waters. Point and nonpoint sources contribute to the presence and proliferation of AMR bacteria and ARGs in surface waters [9,34,35,36].Figure 1 shows the known sources of resistance contamits and how they could potentially contribute to recreational water exposures to AMR bacteria and …
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Management Options for Reducing the Release of Antibiotics ...

Management Options for Reducing the Release of Antibiotics ...

Background: There is growing concern worldwide about the role of polluted soil and water environments in the development and dissemination of antibiotic resistance.Objective: Our aim in this study was to identify management options for reducing the spread of antibiotics and antibiotic-resistance determits via environmental pathways, with the ultimate goal of …
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Sewage Polluted Water Treatment via Chitosan: A Review ...

Sewage Polluted Water Treatment via Chitosan: A Review ...

easing scarcity of water, wastewater treatment and water conditioning are one of the major future issues. Together with the need to apply highly accessible abundant materials and the demand to replace fossil-based chemicals with sustainable compounds from renewable resources, chitosan (CS) provides some of the solutions to obtain …
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Climate Impacts on Water Resources | Climate Change ...

Climate Impacts on Water Resources | Climate Change ...

Dec 21, 2016 · Impacts of Changes in Water Resources on Other Sectors. The impacts of climate change on water availability and water qualuding energy production, infrastructure, human health, agriculture, and ecosystems. For more information on these impacts, please visit the following sectoral impacts pages: Agriculture.
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Biological Treatment Processes for the Removal of Organic ...

Biological Treatment Processes for the Removal of Organic ...

Jun 01, 2019 · Micropollutants or contamits of emerging concern (CECs) are released into the environment from a wide variety of sources. Due to the adverse effect on human health, micropollutant-containing wastewater needs to be treated before its discharge. A number of conventional physicochemical methods have been extensively studied for micropollutant …
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JGI GOLD | Biosamples

JGI GOLD | Biosamples

Gb0050996: Hot spring microbial communities from Bison Pool / Rosette Geyser, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, USA -3_050719R Hot spring
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(PDF) The effect of residual flocculants in the ...

(PDF) The effect of residual flocculants in the ...

the settling rate with non-ionic polyacrylamide occulant was less compared to anionic polyacrylamide, although a higher adsorption density of occulant was observed for the non-ionic polyacrylamide in
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(PDF) Physico-Chemical Processes - ResearchGate

(PDF) Physico-Chemical Processes - ResearchGate

ABSTRACT: This review is on the research literature. published in 2014 related to the physico-chemical. processes for water and wastewater treatment. The review. is …
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JGI GOLD | Organisms

JGI GOLD | Organisms

Sample Collection Temperature : Sample Collection Temperature2 : Chlorophyll Concentration : Nitrate Concentration : Oxygen Concentration : Salinity Concentration : Methane Concentration (mmol) Sample Conductivity : Growth Conditions : Bicarbonate Concentration (mM) Soluble Iron Concentration (uM) Hydrogen Sulfide Concentration (mM) Hydrogen ...
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Materials | Free Full-Text | A Review on the Application ...

Materials | Free Full-Text | A Review on the Application ...

Sep 01, 2021 · Erythromycin removal from wastewater (concentrations: 16.0 ng L −1 —Stupava treatment plant; 37.0 ng L −1 —Devínska Nová Ves treatment plant) was tested using natural zeolite Zeocem a.s. with three fractions. A 30 min contact time resulted in over 90% removal at both concentrations for the finer fraction.
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Frontiers | Bacteriophage Procurement for Therapeutic ...

Frontiers | Bacteriophage Procurement for Therapeutic ...

Bacteriophages (phages), discovered 100 years ago, are able to infect and destroy only bacterial cells. In the current crisis of antibiotic efficacy, phage therapy is considered as a supplementary or even alternative therapeutic approach. Evolution of multidrug-resistant and pandrug-resistant bacterial strains poses a real threat, so it is extremely important to have the possibility to …
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pwg grade of polyacrylamide used for potable water treatment

pwg grade of polyacrylamide used for potable water treatment

Samples from public drinking-water supply wells in West Virginia in the United States of America (USA) contained 0.024–0.041 µg of acrylamide per litre. In one study in the United Kingdom, tap water levels in the low microgram per litre range were reported (Brown & Rhead, 1979). .Industrial Grade Polyacrylamide Used In Water Treatment .
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Changes in the characteristics of ... - ScienceDirect

Changes in the characteristics of ... - ScienceDirect

Dec 15, 2020 · DOM in sludge often originates from influent wastewater, cell lysis and hydrolysis of particulate compounds during biological wastewater treatment, and non-biodegradable residues of some biochemical and chemical-refractory compounds (Cai et al., 2016a).The composition of DOM in the influent of wastewater treatment plants varies due to the different …
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(PDF) Acrylamide in Environmental Water: A Review on ...

(PDF) Acrylamide in Environmental Water: A Review on ...

Acrylamide and polyacrylamide (PAM) are used in diverse industrial processes, mainly the production of plastics, dyes, and paper, in the treatment of drinking water, wastewater, and …
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Biodesalination: A Case Study for Applications of ...

Biodesalination: A Case Study for Applications of ...

The overall aims of municipal wastewater treatment plants and water treatment plants are to protect public health in a manner compatible with environmental, economic, social, and political concerns. Wastewater treatment commonly utilizes biological processes relying on microorganisms to take up dissolved organic matter and nutrients.
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Biology and survival of extremely ... - Scientific Reports

Biology and survival of extremely ... - Scientific Reports

May 27, 2016 · Haloarchaea are unique microorganism’s resistant to environmental and osmotic stresses and thrive in their habitats despite extreme fluctuating salinities. In the present study, haloarchaea were ...
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Determining the microbial and chemical contamination in ...

Determining the microbial and chemical contamination in ...

Sep 03, 2021 · In addition, the ORP values found in this study were between 62.44 and 412.77 mV, in which Coca River showed the highest value of ORP. Ammonium levels ranged from 0.08 …
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Membranes | Free Full-Text | Electrodialytic Processes ...

Membranes | Free Full-Text | Electrodialytic Processes ...

In the context of preserving and improving human health, electrodialytic processes are very promising perspectives. Indeed, they allow the treatment of water, preservation of food products, production of bioactive compounds, extraction of organic acids, and recovery of energy from natural and wastewaters without major environmental impact. Hence, the aim of the present …
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Water Supply Systems and Evaluation Methods: Volume I

Water Supply Systems and Evaluation Methods: Volume I

a treatment plant that processes the water to remove impurities and adds chemicals to bring the water into compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations on clean water for drinking and commercial cooking. The actual water treatment process is discussed. The purified water, or finished
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IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science ...

IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science ...

In this study, we added different Selenium (Se) concentrations (0 mg⋅kg −1, 2.5 mg⋅kg −1, 5.0 mg⋅kg −1, 10.0 mg⋅kg −1, 20.0 mg⋅kg −1) into soil to study the effect of Se on the growth, quality and Se content of Talinum paniculatum (Jacq.) Gaertn. The results show that different Se concentration has significant different influence on the growth of T. paniculatum.
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Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products, and Endocrine ...

Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products, and Endocrine ...

Jul 06, 2004 · For over 70 years, scientists have reported that certain synthetic and natural compounds could mimic natural hormones in the endocrine systems of animals. These substances are now collectively known as endocrine-disrupting compounds (EDCs), and have been linked to a variety of adverse effects in both humans and wildlife. More recently, …
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