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Multiple Pollutants from Crop and Livestock Production in the Yangtze River: Status and Challenges

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2023511

Abstract:

● Cash crops and livestock production in Yangtze River Basin has grown rapidly.

Keywords: Agriculture Green Development     crop production     livestock production     multi-pollutant models     multiplepollutants     Yangtze River Basin    

The R&D of Flue Gas Pollutants Deep-Removal Technology for Coal-fired Power Plants

Xiao-lu Zhang

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2015, Volume 2, Issue 4,   Pages 359-363 doi: 10.15302/J-FEM-2015057

Abstract: The flue gas pollutants deep-removal technology (DRT) focusing on PM removal is the prime method offurther reducing pollutants emission from coal-fired power plants.

Keywords: coal-fired power plant     pollutants emission reduction     PM2.5     flue gas pollutants     deep-removal    

Multimedia distribution and health risk assessment of typical organic pollutants in a retired industrial

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2023, Volume 17, Issue 11, doi: 10.1007/s11783-023-1742-9

Abstract:

● A fine portrayal of organic pollutants in a retired industrial park

Keywords: Organic pollutants     Retired industrial park     Spatial correlation     Health risk assessment    

Characteristics of pollutants behavior in a stormwater constructed wetland during dry days

Jianghua YU, Kisoo PARK, Youngchul KIM

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2012, Volume 6, Issue 5,   Pages 649-657 doi: 10.1007/s11783-012-0426-7

Abstract: A stormwater wetland treating non-point source pollution (NPS) from a 64 ha agricultural watershed was monitored over a period of five months. The results indicated that pH and dissolved oxygen (DO) were increased in the wetland due to the algal growth. The highest total suspended solids (TSS) concentration was observed in the aeration pond due to the resuspension of solids, decreased in the wetland. The respective decreases in total nitrogen (TN) and total kjeldahl nitrogen (TKN) were 15.9% and 28.7% on passing through the wetland. The nitrate and ammonia were increased by 45.4% and decreased by 79.9%, respectively. These variations provided strong evidence for the existence of nitrification. The total phosphorus (TP) and phosphate had respective reductions of 52.3% and 58.2% over the wetland. The total chemical oxygen demand (TCOD) and soluble chemical oxygen demand (SCOD) were also decreased. Generally, the TN, TP and phosphate removal efficiencies were positive. These positive removal efficiencies were mainly due to microbial activities, uptake by plants, and chemical precipitation at high pH. Negative removal efficiencies can be caused by continuous rainfall activities, with short antecedent dry days (ADDs) and unstable hydraulic conditions, some other biogeochemical transformations and algal growth also being important parameters.

Keywords: constructed stormwater wetland     dry days     nitrification and denitrification     pollutants characteristic    

Immobilization of laccase on organic–inorganic nanocomposites and its application in the removal of phenolic pollutants

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2023, Volume 17, Issue 7,   Pages 867-879 doi: 10.1007/s11705-022-2277-5

Abstract: Immobilized laccase demonstrated excellent removal of phenolic pollutants (2,4-dichlorophenol, bisphenolthe immobilized laccase of this work may provide a practical application for the removal of phenolic pollutants

Keywords: polydopamine     pollutant removal     thermodynamic     phenolic pollutants     immobilized laccase    

Analysis of Flue Gas Pollutants Deep-removal Technology in Coal-fired Power Plants

Xiao-lu Zhang

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2014, Volume 1, Issue 4,   Pages 336-340 doi: 10.15302/J-FEM-2014061

Abstract: Developing Flue Gas Pollutant Deep-removal Technology (DRT) for coal-fired power plants for deep-removing pollutants

Keywords: Coal-fired power plant     flue gas pollutants     deep-removal     PM2.5 removal    

oxyiodide with highly exposed (110) facets on curved carbon nitride for the photocatalytic degradation of pollutants

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2022, Volume 16, Issue 7,   Pages 1125-1138 doi: 10.1007/s11705-021-2116-0

Abstract: abundant oxygen vacancies were successfully designed to enhance the photocatalytic degradation of organic pollutants

Keywords: high-exposure (110) facet     oxygen vacancy-rich     BiOI-110/DCN heterojunction     photocatalytic degradation     visible-light-response    

Beta-cyclodextrin adsorbents to remove water pollutants—a commentary

Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering 2022, Volume 16, Issue 9,   Pages 1407-1423 doi: 10.1007/s11705-022-2146-2

Abstract: Beta-cyclodextrin-based adsorbent is a promising adsorbent because it has unique characteristics and able to form host-guest complexes with various organic compounds. Adsorption using beta-cyclodextrin-based adsorbent has continuously improved by various preparation strategies and crosslinking agents. This commentary aims to highlight the preparation strategies, properties, and adsorption mechanisms of beta-cyclodextrin-based adsorbents. The adsorbents can be generally classified according to the preparation methods and display high adsorption capacity especially for dyes. Particularly, composite/nanocomposite beta-cyclodextrin-based adsorbents exhibit outstanding adsorption capacity even though the surface area is lower than that of porous and magnetic beta-cyclodextrin-based adsorbents. The beta-cyclodextrin/chitosan functionalized graphene oxide hydrogel with specific surface of 17.6 m2·g–1 yields an extraordinarily maximum adsorption capacity of 1499 mg·g–1 methylene blue, while beta-cyclodextrin/chitosan modified with iron(II, III) oxide nanoparticles displays a much greater maximum adsorption capacity at 2780 mg·g–1. The hydrophobic interaction, functional groups, hydrogen bonding, and electrostatic interaction govern the adsorption to a greater capacity. Although this commentary is not exhaustive, the preparation strategies and illustrated mechanisms provide useful insights into the adsorbent–adsorbate interactions, cost-effective analysis, challenges, and future directions of beta-cyclodextrin-based adsorbents in wastewater treatment.

Keywords: beta-cyclodextrin adsorbent     adsorption     inclusion complex     mechanism     water pollutant     wastewater treatment    

Catalytic reduction of water pollutants: knowledge gaps, lessons learned, and new opportunities

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2023, Volume 17, Issue 2, doi: 10.1007/s11783-023-1626-z

Abstract:

● Advances, challenges, and opportunities for catalytic water pollutant reduction.

Keywords: Molybdenum     Rhenium     Rhodium     Ruthenium     Catalyst Support     Bromate    

Analysis of flue gas pollutants deep-removal technology for coal-fired power plant

Zhang Xiaolu

Strategic Study of CAE 2014, Volume 16, Issue 10,   Pages 47-51

Abstract: flue gas pollutant control technology is difficult to remove PM2.5, the development of the Flue Gas PollutantsTechnology (DRT) for Coal-fired Power Plant for deep-removing PM2.5, SO2, SO3, heavy metals and other pollutants

Keywords: coal-fired power plant     flue gas pollutants     deep-removal     PM2.5 removal    

Effects of a diesel oxidation catalyst on gaseous pollutants and fine particles from an engine operating

Xiaoyan SHI, Kebin HE, Weiwei SONG, Xingtong WANG, Jihua TAN

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2012, Volume 6, Issue 4,   Pages 463-469 doi: 10.1007/s11783-011-0317-3

Abstract: The effects of a diesel oxidation catalytic (DOC) converter on diesel engine emissions were investigated on a diesel bench at various loads for two steady-state speeds using diesel fuel and B20. The DOC was very effective in hydrocarbon (HC) and CO oxidation. Approximately 90%–95% reduction in CO and 36%–70% reduction in HC were realized using the DOC. Special attention was focused on the effects of the DOC on elemental carbon (EC) and organic carbon (OC) fractions in fine particles (PM ) emitted from the diesel engine. The carbonaceous compositions of PM were analyzed by the method of thermal/optical reflectance (TOR). The results showed that total carbon (TC), OC and EC emissions for PM from diesel fuel were generally reduced by the DOC. For diesel fuel, TC emissions decreased 22%–32% after the DOC depending on operating modes. The decrease in TC was attributed to 35%–97% decrease in OC and 3%–65% decrease in EC emissions. At low load, a significant increase in the OC/EC ratio of PM was observed after the DOC. The effect of the DOC on the carbonaceous compositions in PM from B20 showed different trends compared to diesel fuel. At low load, a slight increase in EC emissions and a significant decrease in OC/EC ratio of PM after DOC were observed for B20.

Keywords: diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC)     diesel particulate matters     elemental carbon (EC)     organic carbon (OC)     biodiesel    

Corrigendum to “Emerging Organic Contaminants in Chinese Surface Water: Identification of Priority Pollutants Corrigendum

Mengmeng Zhong, Tielong Wang, Wenxing Zhao, Jun Huang, Bin Wang, Lee Blaney, Qingwei Bu, Gang Yu

Engineering 2023, Volume 31, Issue 12,   Pages 139-140 doi: 10.1016/j.eng.2022.09.001

An assessment of surrogate fuel using Bayesian multiple kernel learning model in sight of sooting tendency

Frontiers in Energy 2022, Volume 16, Issue 2,   Pages 277-291 doi: 10.1007/s11708-021-0731-6

Abstract: surrogate fuels was proposed with the application of a machine learning method, named the Bayesian multiple

Keywords: sooting tendency     yield sooting index     Bayesian multiple kernel learning     surrogate assessment     surrogate    

DEGRADATION OF ORGANIC POLLUTANTS IN FLOCCULATED LIQUID DIGESTATE USING PHOTOCATALYTIC TITANATE NANOFIBERS

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2023, Volume 10, Issue 3,   Pages 492-502 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2023503

Abstract:

● Titanate NFs were synthesized and photodegraded liquid digestate for the first time.

Keywords: titanate nanofibers     photocatalysis     poultry litter liquid digestate    

Addressing the environmental risk of persistent organic pollutants in China

Bin WANG, Jun HUANG, Shubo DENG, Xiaoling YANG, Gang YU

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2012, Volume 6, Issue 1,   Pages 2-16 doi: 10.1007/s11783-011-0370-y

Abstract: The Stockholm Convention on persistent organic pollutants (POPs) was adopted in 2001.

Keywords: persistent organic pollutant (POPs)     environmental risk assessment     inventory     environmental monitoring     fugacity model     emerging POPs    

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Multiple Pollutants from Crop and Livestock Production in the Yangtze River: Status and Challenges

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