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Unravelling the environmental and economic impacts of innovative technologies for the enhancement of biogas production and sludge management in wastewater systems
The retrofitting of wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) should be addressed under sustainability criteria. It is well known that there are two elements that most penalize wastewater treatment: (i) energy requirements and ...
What is the best scale for implementing anaerobic digestion according to environmental and economic indicators?
Wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) are the most commonly used environmental management systems to ensure that water pollution is properly managed. The costs associated with energy consumption and sludge management are two ...
Environmental analysis of servicing centralised and decentralised wastewater treatment for population living in neighbourhoods
The planning and construction of large-scale wastewater infrastructure, such as sewerage networks and wastewater treatment plants, is undertaken by the public sector or by publicly regulated monopolies. Only on smaller ...