High-Risk Pollutants in Wastewater presents the basic knowledge regarding the diversity, concentrations, and health and environmental impacts of HRPs in municipal wastewater. The book summarizes information on the types (e.g. heavy metals, toxic organics and pathogens) and toxicities of HRPs in wastewater. In addition, it describes ecological and health hazards arising from the living things' direct/indirect contacts with the HRPs during their full lifecycles (generation, disposal, discharge and reuse) in wastewater or water environments. Sections cover the concepts of appropriate technology for HRP hazard/risk assessment and wastewater treatment/reuse and the issues of strategy and policy for increasing risk control coverage.
Finally, the book focuses on the resolution of water quality monitoring, wastewater treatment and disposal problems in both developed and developing countries.
- Presents information on HRPs and their risk assessment and control technologies
- Provides basic knowledge regarding the diversity, concentrations, and health and environmental impacts of HRPs in municipal wastewater
- Summarizes information on the types (e.g. heavy metals, toxic organics and pathogens) and toxicities of HRPs in wastewater
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1. Introduction 2. Chemical HRPs in wastewater 3. Biological HRPs in wastewater 4. Technologies for detection of HRPs in wastewater 5. Human health hazards of wastewater 6. Ecological safety hazards of wastewater 7. Assessment technologies for hazards/risks of wastewater 8. Physico-chemical technologies for HRPs and risk control 9. Biological technologies for HRPs and risk control 10. Wastewater disinfection technologies 11. Risk management technologies and policy
Dr. Hongqiang Ren is a Professor and the Dean of the School of Environment at Nanjing University, China. He also serves as the Executive Director of Yixing Environmental Research Institute, Nanjing University. His main areas of teaching and research are treatment, recycle and reuse of industrial and municipal wastewater, and he has been engaged in this field for over 30 years. He has been in charge of over 30 national key research projects on industrial and municipal wastewater treatment technology and equipment. Up to now, he has published 2 books and 219 peer-reviewed papers, including more than 86 papers published in international journals. He has got 111 patents authorized by China, USA and other countries. His work on the wastewater treatment technology and equipment was awarded two National Awards (class II) for Technological Invention of China and five provincial or ministerial technology awards (class I) (each as the first winner).
Dr. Xuxiang Zhang serves as a Professor of School of Environment at Nanjing University, China, and the Deputy Director of the State Key Laboratory of Pollution Control and Resource Reuse, China. Dr. Zhang's general research interests are in the areas of environmental microbiology, environmental toxicology and water/wastewater treatment technologies. In particular, his current research focuses on the assessment and control of ecological and health risk arising from chemical and biological contamination in water environments. Until now, he has got 107 peer-reviewed papers published in international journals and eight China patents authorized, and won National Awards (class II) for Natural Sciences of China (as the first winner).