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Biotreatment of industrial effluents [electronic resource] / Mukesh Doble and Anil Kumar.

By: Doble, Mukesh.
Contributor(s): Kruthiventi, Anil Kumar.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann, c2005Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 322 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780080456218 (electronic bk.); 0080456219 (electronic bk.); 9780750678384; 0750678380.Subject(s): Factory and trade waste -- Purification | Waste products -- Environmental aspects | Bioremediation | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Environmental -- Water SupplyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Biotreatment of industrial effluents.DDC classification: 628.1/6837 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Cover -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- 1. Introduction -- Movement of Pollutants from the Source -- Effluent Discharge-Points to Keep in Mind -- Different Treatment Procedures and Factors Affecting Technology Selection -- Environmental Engineering-An Interdisciplinary Subject -- Various Chapters in the Book and How They Are Interrelated -- Major Findings -- New Research Frontiers -- References -- 2. Environmental Disasters -- Various Disasters -- Superfund -- Conclusions -- References -- Bibliography -- 3. Aerobic and Anaerobic Bioreactors -- Introduction -- Aerobic Degradation -- Anaerobic Degradation -- Comparison between Aerobic and Anaerobic Degradation Pathways -- Aerobic Reactors -- Anaerobic Reactors -- Conclusions -- References -- 4. Mathematical Models -- Basic Reactor Models -- Reaction Kinetics -- Oxygen Transfer Rates -- Mass Transfer and Diffusion Coefficients -- Activated Sludge Process -- Ponds and Lagoons -- Transport in Soils -- Diffusion and Transport of Gases in Air -- Nomenclature -- References -- 5. Treatment of Waste from Organic Chemical Industries -- Introduction -- Biotreatment -- Phytoremediation -- References -- 6. Chlorinated Hydrocarbons and Aromatics, and Dioxins -- Introduction -- Occurrence -- Aerobic Degradation -- Anaerobic Degradation Pathways -- Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons -- Dioxins -- References -- Bibliography -- 7. Fluoride Removal -- Introduction -- Organofluorine Compounds -- Fluoride Contamination of Water and Treatment -- References -- 8. Biodegradation of Pesticides -- Introduction -- Insecticides -- Fungicides -- Herbicides -- References -- Bibliography -- 9. Degradation of Polymers -- Introduction -- Biodegradation -- Conclusions -- References -- Bibliography -- 10. Degradation of Dyes -- Textile Dyes -- Reactors -- White Rot Fungi -- Conclusions -- References -- Bibliography -- 11. Textile Effluent -- Physical Treatment -- Biodegradation -- Biosorption -- Combined Treatments -- Reactors -- Conclusions -- References -- Bibliography -- 12. Tannery Effluent -- Biochemical Treatment -- Chromium -- Conclusions -- References -- Bibliography -- 13. Treatment of Waste from Metal Processing and Electrochemical Industries -- Mechanisms of Metal-Microorganism Interaction -- Biosorption and Bioaccumulation -- Bioprocesses and Reactors -- Toxic Metals -- Acid Mine Water -- Plants -- Conclusions -- References -- Bibliography -- 14. Semiconductor Waste Treatment -- Waste -- Physical and Chemical Treatment Methods -- Biochemical Methods -- Biosorption -- Conclusions -- References -- 15. Waste from Nuclear Plants -- Introduction -- Waste Management -- Bioremediation --tidti.
Summary: The most comprehensive coverage of effluents from various chemical and allied industries.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Cover -- Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- 1. Introduction -- Movement of Pollutants from the Source -- Effluent Discharge-Points to Keep in Mind -- Different Treatment Procedures and Factors Affecting Technology Selection -- Environmental Engineering-An Interdisciplinary Subject -- Various Chapters in the Book and How They Are Interrelated -- Major Findings -- New Research Frontiers -- References -- 2. Environmental Disasters -- Various Disasters -- Superfund -- Conclusions -- References -- Bibliography -- 3. Aerobic and Anaerobic Bioreactors -- Introduction -- Aerobic Degradation -- Anaerobic Degradation -- Comparison between Aerobic and Anaerobic Degradation Pathways -- Aerobic Reactors -- Anaerobic Reactors -- Conclusions -- References -- 4. Mathematical Models -- Basic Reactor Models -- Reaction Kinetics -- Oxygen Transfer Rates -- Mass Transfer and Diffusion Coefficients -- Activated Sludge Process -- Ponds and Lagoons -- Transport in Soils -- Diffusion and Transport of Gases in Air -- Nomenclature -- References -- 5. Treatment of Waste from Organic Chemical Industries -- Introduction -- Biotreatment -- Phytoremediation -- References -- 6. Chlorinated Hydrocarbons and Aromatics, and Dioxins -- Introduction -- Occurrence -- Aerobic Degradation -- Anaerobic Degradation Pathways -- Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons -- Dioxins -- References -- Bibliography -- 7. Fluoride Removal -- Introduction -- Organofluorine Compounds -- Fluoride Contamination of Water and Treatment -- References -- 8. Biodegradation of Pesticides -- Introduction -- Insecticides -- Fungicides -- Herbicides -- References -- Bibliography -- 9. Degradation of Polymers -- Introduction -- Biodegradation -- Conclusions -- References -- Bibliography -- 10. Degradation of Dyes -- Textile Dyes -- Reactors -- White Rot Fungi -- Conclusions -- References -- Bibliography -- 11. Textile Effluent -- Physical Treatment -- Biodegradation -- Biosorption -- Combined Treatments -- Reactors -- Conclusions -- References -- Bibliography -- 12. Tannery Effluent -- Biochemical Treatment -- Chromium -- Conclusions -- References -- Bibliography -- 13. Treatment of Waste from Metal Processing and Electrochemical Industries -- Mechanisms of Metal-Microorganism Interaction -- Biosorption and Bioaccumulation -- Bioprocesses and Reactors -- Toxic Metals -- Acid Mine Water -- Plants -- Conclusions -- References -- Bibliography -- 14. Semiconductor Waste Treatment -- Waste -- Physical and Chemical Treatment Methods -- Biochemical Methods -- Biosorption -- Conclusions -- References -- 15. Waste from Nuclear Plants -- Introduction -- Waste Management -- Bioremediation --tidti.

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The most comprehensive coverage of effluents from various chemical and allied industries.

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