Removal Technologies of Contaminants in Water




Edited Book entitled Removal Technologies of Contaminants in Water explores various alternative treatment technologies that are possible in removing contaminants in water. Nowadays, water problems becoming one of the global issues to be concerned about as it involves all the lives on this planet. Unmanageable water will lead to many problems if it is not treated before flowing out at discharge, such as causing aquatic plants or animals’ death due to pollution. Various treatments have been used in treating water including biological, physical, and chemical treatment technologies. However, the application of the present treatments needs to be upgraded and environmentally friendly. Therefore, the application of membrane filtration, mitigation, anaerobic system, magnet technology, and technique are explained in this book. This book enlightens the reader regarding the various methods and technologies used to enhance the quality of water treatment.

Additional information

Weight 19 kg
Dimensions 23 × 19 × 2 cm
Research Ecosystem
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia UTM Nexus - Research & Innovation

Office of Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research & Innovation)

DVCRI Profile Johor Bahru Office Kuala Lumpur Office

Higher Institution Centre of Excellence (HI-COE)

Advance Membrane Technology Research Centre - AMTEC Institute of Noise & Vibration - INV Wireless Communication Centre - WCC

Research Institute

Centre of Excellence (COE)

Institute of High Voltage & High Current - IVAT UTM-MPRC Institue for Oil & Gas - IFOG Centre for Artificial Intelligence & Robotics - CAIRO Centre for Engineering Education - CEE Centre for Advanced Composite Materials - CACM Innovation Centre in Agritechnology for Advanced Bioprocessing - ICA Institute of Bioproduct Development - IBD

Service Entity

Research Management Centre - RMC Penerbit UTM Press Centre for Community & Industry Network - CCIN Innovation & Commercialisation Centre - ICC University Laboratory Management Centre - PPMU Institut Sultan Iskandar - UTM-ISI

Get the latest news & events

Customer Satisfaction Index