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Prospects of Fresh Market Wastes Management in Developing Countries

Efaq Ali Noman (Hrsg.), Radin Maya Saphira Radin Mohamed (Hrsg.), Amir Hashim Mohd Kassim (Hrsg.), Adel Ali Saeed Al-Gheethi (Hrsg.)

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Naturwissenschaften, Medizin, Informatik, Technik / Bau- und Umwelttechnik

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This book focuses on the prospects of fresh market waste management in developing countries. It characterizes fresh market wastewater and solid wastes, and highlights the human health impact of corresponding waste management practices.

 With regard to treatment technologies, the book discusses the anaerobic digestion of fresh solid wastes; the application of natural coagulants for wastewater treatment; the remediation of xenobiotics in wastewater using nanotechnology; and biofilter aquaponic systems for nutrient removal. All of these technologies are recent innovations, offer several concrete advantages, and can be applied in developing countries as non-central treatment systems. In addition, the book covers electricity production from fresh solid wastes using microbial fuel cells, demonstrating the potential held by recycling fresh market wastewater and solid wastes.


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natural coagulants for waste water, Treatment technologies of fresh market waste water, Fresh market waste water, Biofilter Aquaponic Systems, Bio-energy from waste, Fresh market waste and human health, Solid fresh market waste, Bio-products, Fresh market wastes, anaerobic digestion