Emerging Techniques for Treatment of Toxic Metals from Wastewater explores the different physical and chemical methods that can be used to remove toxins from wastewater, including adsorption, solvent extraction, ion exchange, precipitation, filtration and photocatalytic degradation. Bringing together contributions from leading experts in the field, the book covers each of the different techniques in detail, combining emergent research outcomes with fundamental theoretical concepts to provide a clear appraisal of the different techniques available, along with their applications. It is an essential recourse for researchers, industrialists and students concerned with the remediation of toxic metals from water and wastewater.
- Covers the various techniques for metal removal and their applications in a single source
- Addresses emerging technologies; chemical, physical, and biological including nanotechnology
- Brings together novel techniques and their applications for enhancing large scale industrial production signposting opportunities for significant enhancements