Efficiency of soil aquifer treatment in the removal of wastewater contaminants and endocrine disruptors. A study on the removal of triclocarban and estrogens and the effect of chemical oxygen demand and hydraulic loading rates on the reduction of organics and nutrients in the unsaturated and saturated zones of the aquifer.
EFFICIENCY OF SOIL AQUIFER TREATMENT IN THE REMOVAL OF WASTEWATER CONTAMINANTS AND ENDOCRINE DISRUPTORS.pdf (4.591Mb)Download
AuthorEssandoh, Helen M.K.
Mohamed, Mostafa H.A.
Endocrine disrupting compounds
Hydraulic loading rate
Soil aquifer treatment
Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD)
Chemical oxygen demand (COD)
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InstitutionUniversity of Bradford
DepartmentSchool of Engineering, Design and Technology