Water Conservation and Wastewater Treatment in BRICS Nations: Technologies, Challenges, Strategies, and Policies addresses issues of water resources-including combined sewer system overflows-assessing effects on water quality standards and protecting surface and sub-surface potable water from the intrusion of saline water due to sea level rise. The book's chapters incorporate both policies and practical aspects and serve as baseline information for future adaption plans in BRICS nations. Users will find detailed important information that is ideal for policymakers, water management specialists, BRICS nation undergraduate or university students, teachers and researchers.
- Presents tools and techniques that can be used to preserve water resources, including groundwater and surface water
- Provides geophysical methods to quantitatively monitor physical earth processes associated with water resources, such as contaminant transport and ecological and climate change investigations and monitoring
- Includes desalination techniques which can solve the issue of scarce drinking water
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Trends and Strategies with Case Study 6. Recent trends and research strategies for treatment of water and wastewater in Brazil Cesar Rossas Mota Filho 7. A water policy outlook for water conservation and wastewater treatment in Russia Liliana N. Proskuryakova and Sergei Sivaev 8. Recent trends and research strategies for treatment of water and wastewater in India Nazia Talat 9. Recent trends and research strategies for wastewater treatment in China Jin Zhang 10. Recent trends and national policies for water provision and wastewater treatment in South Africa Joshua N. Edokpayi, Abimbola M. Enitan-Folami, Adeyemi O. Adeeyo, Olatunde S. Durowoju, Ademola O. Jegede, and John O. Odiyo
Policies and Laws 11. Government Initiative and policies on water Conservation and wastewater Treatment in n Brazil Denis Moledo de Souza Abessa 12. Government Initiative and policies on water Conservation and wastewater Treatment in Russia Sergei Sivaev 13. Government Initiative and policies on water Conservation and wastewater Treatment in India S. Rangabhashiyam 14. Government Initiative and policies on water Conservation and wastewater Treatment in China He Fan, Yongnan Zhu and Shan Jiang 15. Government Initiative and policies on water Conservation and wastewater Treatment in South Africa Rookmoney Thakur and Ajay Vasudeo Rane
Indigenous Technical Knowledge (ITK) 16. Future Perspectives and possible management of water resources in respect to indigenous technical knowledge (ITK) in Brazil Joao Paolo Bassin 17. Future Perspectives and possible management of water resources in respect to indigenous technical knowledge (ITK) in Russia Yulia Milshina and Daria Pavlova 18. Future Perspectives and possible management of water resources in respect to indigenous technical knowledge (ITK) in India Anwesha Borthakur 19. Future Perspectives and possible management of water resources in respect to indigenous technical knowledge (ITK) in China Jun Xiang 20. Future Perspectives and possible management of water resources in respect to indigenous technical knowledge in South Africa Ajay Vasudeo Rane and Rookmoney Thakur 21. Common statements on water resources and Management strategies of BRICS nations' scientists Yulia Milshina
Dr Pardeep Singh is presently working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Environmental Science, at PGDAV College, University of Delhi, New Delhi, India The area of his doctoral research is degradation of organic pollutants through various indigenous isolated microbes and by using various types of photocatalytic.
Dr. Milshina is currently working as a Leading expert at National Research University Higher School of Economics in Institute for Statistical Studies and Economics of Knowledge, Moscow, Russia. She has obtained her master degree in economics at Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2013. Her PhD thesis is about Mechanisms for managing public-private partnership projects in conditions of financial and economic instability. She has 10 years of work and research experience in the field of STI and foresight: from business consulting of innovative companies and startups to managing global technology trend monitoring project on University's level (https://issek.hse.ru/trendletter/). She has published more than 10 research papers (2 of them in Q1 and Q2). Her present research fields are global technology trend monitoring and ecological and climate trends research (including water management and pollution). She is also currently working on Russia Foresight 2030, Moscow innovative project.
Dr Tain is currently working as a Lecturer, Dept. Biological Chemical Engineering, and Tianjin University of Science & Technology, Tianjin, and P. R. China. He has obtained his BS in Biotechnology, Yantai University, Yantai, P. R. China in 2006. His PhD thesis is about Conversion of glycerol to lactic acid with metabolically engineered Escherichia coli. He has 13 years of work and research experience in the field of Biotechnology. He has published about 20 nation and international publication in the areas of Biotechnology, Industrial synthesis process and wastewater treatment technology. He has also four innovation patents. He is also the member of various academic societies.
Dr. Deepak Gusain is a post-doctoral fellow at the Institute for Water and Wastewater Technology, Durban University of Technology, researching new materials for remediation of inorganic contaminants. His B.Sc. General Gr(B) with Botany, Zoology and Chemistry as core subjects is from Deen Dayal Upadhyaya College, University of Delhi. He also holds an M.Sc. in Environmental Studies from the School of Environmental Studies (now the Department of Environmental Studies) at the University of Delhi and a Ph.D. from the Department of Chemistry of the Indian Institute of Technology (BHU), Varanasi. His Ph.D. research focused on the remediation of chromium and cadmium from aqueous solution using nano-crystalline material. In addition to this, he investigated the effect of linear and non-linear curve fitting on estimation of isotherm, kinetic and thermodynamic parameters.
Bassin, Joao Paulo
Dr. Joao Paulo Bassin is currently working as Adjunct Professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He obtained his master degree in Chemical Engineering from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2008), and a PhD degree in Environmental Engineering Technology/Environmental Biotechnology from Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands (2012). His research is mainly focused on the development and application of innovative technologies for the treatment of municipal and industrial wastewaters, combining biological, physicochemical and advanced oxidation processes. He is also interested in energy recovery from organic wastes via anaerobic digestion. He has published many articles in international peer-reviewed journals, books and book chapters and has served as a reviewer for more than 50 international journals.