Organic Pollutants Monitoring Articles

  • Phenols, flame retardants and phthalates in water and wastewater – a global problem

    Organic pollutants in water and wastewater have been causing serious environmental problems. The arbitrary discharge of wastewater by industries, and handling, use, and disposal constitute a means by which phenols, flame retardants (FRs), phthalates (PAEs) and other toxic organic pollutants enter the ecosystem. Moreover, these organic pollutants are not completely removed during treatment ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Photocatalytic degradation of supra black–T dye on charcoal under sunlight

    Azo dyes are used in many industries such as carpet manufacturing, textiles, paint, ink, plastics and cosmetics production processes. The coloured industrial effluent can pose serious problems in the aquatic environment. It is possible to get complete mineralisation of organic pollutants in water by photocatalysts. This study was carried out to examine the feasibility to remove supra black–T dye ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Passive samplers for chemical substance monitoring and associated toxicity assessment in water

    The European legislation, and in particular the Water Framework Directive requires the development of cost efficient monitoring tools that can provide the required information for the assessment of water contamination. Passive sampling methods represent one of the novel tools that have a potential to be used in various regulatory monitoring programmes aimed at assessing the levels of chemical ...


    By IWA Publishing

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