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Holistic evaluation of field-scale denitrifying bioreactors as a basis to improve environmental quality.
(Association of Crop, Soil and Environmental Societies (ACSES), 2015-10-02)
Denitrifying bioreactors effectively convert nitrate-nitrogen (NO3-N) to di-nitrogen and thereby protect water quality in agricultural landscapes. In the present study, the performance of a pilot-scale bioreactor (50 m ...
Use of zeolite with alum and PAC amendments to mitigate runoff losses of P, N and suspended solids from agricultural wastes applied to land
(ASA, CSSA, and SSSA, 2015)
Diffuse pollutant losses containing phosphorus (P), nitrogen (N) and suspended solids (SS) can occur when agricultural wastes are applied to soil. This study aimed to mitigate P, N and SS losses in runoff from grassed ...
Use of industrial by-products and natural media to adsorb nutrients, metals and organic carbon from drinking water
Filtration technology is well established in the water sector but is limited by inability to remove targeted contaminants, found in surface and groundwater, which can be damaging to human health. This study optimises the ...
Resource recovery from sludge
(International Water Association, 2015)
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A practical approach for the consideration of single pile and pile group installation effects in clay: numerical modelling
(IOS Press, 2015)
In this paper, a practical approach for the consideration of single pile and pile group installation effects in clay is presented using some novel procedures implemented in the finite element (FE) software package PLAXIS ...
Waternomics: A cross-site data collection to support the development of a water information platform
In Europe, 20 to 40% of water is being wasted due to poor infrastructure, consumer negligence and lack of proper resource management. Effective and efficient management of water resources requires a holistic approach ...