publication . Article . 2017

integrative approach for wastewater treatment facilities with biomass transformation into energy

Yaakov Anker; David Mualem; Hagai Langstadter; Faina Nakonechny; Marina Nisnevitch;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2017 Journal: Renewable Energy and Environmental Sustainability, volume 2, page 6 (eissn: 2493-9439, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: EDP Sciences
Abstract
Current industrial environmental regulations favor processes with Integrative Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC). While several systems are regarded by different international directives as IPPC Best Available Techniques or Technologies (BAT), none of these systems are capable handling various pollutants of both gaseous and aquatic effluents. Additional hinder to a BAT-IPPC complete procedure are hazardous or uneconomical byproducts of the IPPC processes and significant auxiliary costs for consumables and energy. The current research and subsequent projects are aimed to the development of a Biological Integrative Pollution Prevention and Control (Bio-IPPC) ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Environmental engineering, Waste management, Wastewater, Hazardous waste, Civil engineering, Raw material, Engineering, business.industry, business, Biomass, Effluent, Pollution prevention, Biofuel, Sewage treatment, Energy conservation, TJ163.26-163.5, Renewable energy sources, TJ807-830
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publication . Article . 2017

integrative approach for wastewater treatment facilities with biomass transformation into energy

Yaakov Anker; David Mualem; Hagai Langstadter; Faina Nakonechny; Marina Nisnevitch;