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Novel heterogeneous Fenton catalysts for wastewater treatment and reuse

The shortage of freshwater supply in many areas in Australia makes reusing wastewater highly necessary, and proper treatment of wastewater at reasonable costs is critical for the industrial sustainability.For example, the food and beverage processing industry is Australia’s largest manufacturing industry in terms of both financial contribution and employment. This industry consumes massive amounts of freshwater and produces a large quantity of wastewater containing various organic contaminants.Currently, a range of pre-treatment techniques including dissolved air flotation, bioreactor and conventional Fenton …

Study level
PhD, Master of Philosophy
Science and Engineering Faculty
School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
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Centre for Clean Energy Technologies and Practices

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