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Electrokinetic Remediation for Environmental Security and Sustainability

Ribeiro, Alexandra B. / Prasad, Majeti N. V. (Herausgeber)


1. Auflage April 2021
720 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-67011-7
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Electrokinetic Remediation for Environmental Security and Sustainability

Explore this comprehensive reference on the remediation of contaminated substrates, filled with cutting-edge research and practical case studies

Electrokinetic Remediation for Environmental Security and Sustainability delivers a thorough review of electrokinetic remediation (EKR) for the treatment of inorganic and organic contaminants in contaminated substrates. The book highlights recent progress and developments in EKR in the areas of resource recovery, the removal of pollutants, and environmental remediation. It also discusses the use of EKR in conjunction with nanotechnology and phytoremediation.

Throughout the book, case studies are presented that involve the field implementation of EKR technologies. The book also includes discussions of enhanced electrokinetic remediation of dredged co-contaminated sediments, solar-powered bioelectrokinetics for the mitigation of contaminated agricultural soil, advanced electro-fenton for remediation of organics, electrokinetic remediation for PPCPs in contaminated substrates, and the electrokinetic remediation of agrochemicals such as organochlorine compounds. Other topics include:
* A thorough introduction to the modelling of electrokinetic remediation
* An exploration of the electrokinetic recovery of tungsten and removal of arsenic from mining secondary resources
* An analysis of pharmaceutically active compounds in wastewater treatment plants with a discussion of electrochemical advanced oxidation as an on-site treatment
* A review of rare earth elements, including general concepts and recovery techniques, like electrodialytic extraction
* A treatment of hydrocarbon-contaminated soil in cold climate conditions

Perfect for environmental engineers and scientists, geologists, chemical engineers, biochemical engineers, and scientists working with green technology, Electrokinetic Remediation for Environmental Security and Sustainability will also earn a place in the libraries of academic and industry researchers, engineers, regulators, and policy makers with an interest in the remediation of contaminated natural resources.

1. An overview on the modelling of electrokinetic remediation
MariaVillen-Guzman*, Maria del Mar Cerrillo-Gonzalez, Juan Manuel Paz-Garcia and Jose Miguel Rodriguez-Maroto

2 Basic Electrochemistry tools in Environmental Applications
C.K. Mitra1,M. N. V. Prasad2* 3 Combined use of remediation technologies with electrokinetics
Helena I. Gomes1*, Erika B. Bustos2

4 The electrokinetic recovery of tungsten and removal of arsenic from mining secondary resources
Joana Almeida1,2*, Paulina Faria2, António Santos Silva3, Eduardo P. Mateus1, Alexandra B. Ribeiro1

5 Electrokinetic remediation of dredged contaminated sediments
Kristine B. Pedersen1,2, Ahmed Benamar3, Mohamed T. Ammami3, Florence Portet-Koltalo4, Gunvor M. Kirkelund5

6 Pharmaceutically active compounds in Wastewater Treatment Plants: electrochemical advanced oxidation as on-site treatment
Ana Rita Ferreira1*, Paula Guedes1,2, Eduardo P. Mateus1, Alexandra B. Ribeiro1, Nazaré Couto1

7 Rare Earth Elements: overview, general concepts and recovery techniques including electrodialytic extraction
Nazaré Couto1,2*, Ana Rita Ferreira1,2, Vanda Lopes1,2, Stephen Peters3,Sibel Pamukcu2, Alexandra B. Ribeiro1

8 Hydrocarbon-contaminated soil in cold climate conditions: electrokinetic-bioremediation technology as remediation strategy
Ana Rita Ferreira1, Paula Guedes1,2, Eduardo P. Mateus1, Pernille E. Jensen3, Alexandra B. Ribeiro1, Nazaré Couto1

9 Electrochemical migration oil and oil products in a soil
VladimirA. Korolev, DmitriyS. Nesterov

10 Nanostructured TiO2-based hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) electrocatalysts: a preliminary feasibility study in electrodialytic remediation with hydrogen recovery

Antonio Rubino1, Joana Almeida3, Cátia Magro3,PierG. Schiavi1, Paula Guedes3,4,Nazaré Couto3, Eduardo P. Mateus3,Pietro Altimari1,2, Maria L. Astolfi1; Robertino Zanoni1; Alexandra B. Ribeiro3; Francesca Pagnanelli1,2

11 Hydrogen recovery in electrodialytic-based technologies applied to environmentalcontaminated matrices
Cátia Magro1*, Joana Almeida1, Juan M. Paz-Garcia2, Eduardo P. Mateus1, Alexandra B. Ribeiro1

12 Electrokinetic-phytoremediation of mixed contaminated soil for environmentalremediation
Joana Dionísio1, Nazaré Couto1*,Paula Guedes1,2, Cristiana Gonçalves1, Alexandra B. Ribeiro1

13. Enhanced electrokinetic techniques in soil remediation for heavy metals removal
Rajiv Ranjan Srivastava

14 Assessment of soil fertility and microbial activity by the direct impact of electrokineticprocess on chromium contaminated soil
Prem Prakash,Prasun Kumar Chakraborty, Brijesh Kumar Mishra* 15 Management of clay properties based on electrokinetic nanotechnology
Vladimir A. Korolev, Dmitriy S. Nesterov

16 Technologies to create electrokinetic protective screens
DmitriyS. Nesterov,Vladimir A. Korolev,

17 Emerging contaminants in wastewater: Sensors potential to monitoring electroremediation systems
Cátia Magro1*, Eduardo P. Mateus1, Maria Fátima Raposo2, Alexandra B. Ribeiro1

18 Perspectives on electrokinetic remediation of contaminants of emerging concern in soil
Paula Guedes1,2*, Nazaré Couto1, Eduardo P. Mateus1, Cristina Silva Pereira2, Alexandra B. Ribeiro1

19 Electrokinetic remediation for the removal of organic waste in soil/sediments
S.M.P.A Koliyabandara1, Chamika Siriwardhana1,Sakuni M. De Silva2, Janitha Walpita2, Asitha T. Cooray1,2 * 20 The integration of electrokinetics and in situ chemical oxidation processes for the remediation of organic polluted soils
Long Cang1,*, QiaoHuang1,2, HongtingXu1, MingzhuZhou1

21 Electrokinetic and electrochemical removal of chlorinated ethenes - application in low and high permeable saturated soils
Bente H. Hyldegaard*, Lisbeth M. Ottosen

22. Chlorophenolic compounds and their transformation products by heterogeneous Fenton process: A review
Cetin Kantar*,Ozlem Oral

23. Clays and clay polymer composites for Electrokinetic remediation of soil
Jayasankar Janeni

24. Enhanced Remediation and Recovery of Metals Contaminated Soil using Electrokinetic Soil Flushing
Yudha Gusti Wibowo1,Bimastyaji Surya Ramadan2

25. Recent Progress on Pressure-driven Electro-Dewatering (PED) of Contaminated Sludge
Bimastyaji Surya Ramadan1,AmelindaDhiya Farhah2. Mochtar Hadiwidodo3, MochamadArief Budihardjo4

26. Removal of Ionic and Nonionic Pollutants from Soil, Sludge and Sediment using Ultrasound-Assisted Electrokinetic Treatment
Bimastyaji Surya Ramadan1, Marita Wulandari2, Yudha Gusti Wibowo3, Nurani Ikhlas4, Dimastyaji Yusron Nurseta5
Alexandra B. Ribeiro, is Associate Professor in Habilitation in Environmental Engineering at NOVA School of Sciences and Technology at NOVA University Lisbon in Portugal. She received her doctorate in Environmental Engineering at the Technical University of Denmark.

Majeti Narasimha Vara Prasad is Emeritus Professor in the School of Life Sciences at the University of Hyderabad in India. He has published over 216 papers in scholarly journals and edited 34 books. He received his doctorate in Botany from Lucknow University, India in 1979. Based on an independent study by Stanford University scientists in 2020, he figured in the top 2% of scientists from India, ranked number 1 in Environmental Sciences (116 in world).

M. N. V. Prasad, University of Hyderabad, India