Trisanita was formed as an acronym of three sanitation platforms. Three process sciences: physics, chemistry, biology. Three environmental media: soil, water, air. Three living resources: plants, animals, human. Three contaminant carriers: wastewater, solid waste, waste gases. Three sanitation goals: clean, healthy, safety. Three social behaviors: knowledge, attitude, practice. Three pillars of scientific integrity: education, research and public services. The mission of Trisanita was undertaken through scholarly scientific journal publication. Three journals have been launched, entitled: Journal of Applied Sciences in Environmental Sanitation (29 March 2006), Journal of Applied Technology in Environmental Sanitation (8 April 2011), and Journal of Applied Phytotechnology in Environmental Sanitation (25 May 2011).
- Business Type:
- Publishing company
- Industry Type:
- Environmental Science and Research
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
- Year Founded:
- less than $1,000,000 US
The journal publishes research and review papers. The focus is on the use of plants to cope with environmental sanitation such as plants for water and wastewater treatments, waste gas absorption, plants for remediation of polluted environments, phytodrainage, phytotoxicology, plants for pollution indicators and environmental monitoring, plants for environmental protection, urban greenspace, plants for alternative energy, etc. Social-economical-cultural sciences associated with the applied phytotechnology are welcome to involve in achieving concrete results of sustainable environmental sanitation. The purpose of this publication is to promote the use of plants in their ability to overcome the problem of environmental sanitation, which strengthens the solution of environmental problems.
The journal publishes research and review papers. The focus is on applied sciences such as physics, chemistry, biology, ecology, geosciences that are addressed to environmental sanitation such as drinking water, wastewater, solid waste, hazardous and toxic wastes, soil, water resources, air, ecotoxicology, environmental conservation, environmental impact management. Social-economical-cultural sciences associated with the applied environmental sanitation are welcome to involve in achieving concrete results of sustainable environmental sanitation. The purpose of this publication is to promote the development of new sciences in environmental sanitation, which strengthens the solution of environmental problems.
The journal publishes research and review papers on the use, monitoring, improvement of all types of environmental sanitation infrastructure, all of which have been implemented. Environmental sanitation infrastructure includes but is not limited to drinking water, wastewater, solid waste, rainwater drainage, environmental protection facilities. Subjects on sustainable development such as ecological city, green building etc. are also considered for publication. Social-economical-cultural assessments addressed to the applied technology are welcome to involve in achieving concrete results of sustainable environmental sanitation. The purpose of the publication is to share the experience of infrastructure development and learn the weaknesses and strengths of existing infrastructure, to avoid similar mistakes and to develop it properly.