Water Remediation & Resource Management

Human activities have had detrimental effects on water quality; for that reason, the water remediation is a topic extensively studied by many research groups around the world. In this context, the research on the removal of pollutants from ground waters or industrial effluents by using physical or chemical methods has acquired increased attention in the last decade. The study of different alternatives for the water source treatment allows either improving or developing processes to clean water not only for human consumption

but also for guaranteeing a safe discharge of water stuff by reducing its toxicity to other life species.

Water remediation is the process of ridding the water supply of various types of contaminants, making the water suitable for human consumption and use. In addition to rendering the water safe for humans, the process of remediation also seeks to make sure that the residue removed from the water is disposed of in a manner that minimizes the negative impact on the environment. A number of different strategies are employed in order to deal with water pollution and restore water to a usable condition.

In general, there are two different types of water remediation. The first is known as on-site or in-situ purification. This approach involves using various methods to clean up the water supply where it is situated, rather than transporting the water to a filtering facility at another location. In many cases, addressing the groundwater contamination on-site is the less expensive alternative.

  • Plant Biomass
  • Waste Water treatment
  • Periphyton Biofilms
  • Functionalized Silica gel

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