WATER RESOURCES TREATMENT AND REUSE OF WASTEWATER IN ALGERIA

This study aims to the collect and analysis of statistical and scientific data on water resources in Algeria, particularly in the field of wastewater treatment and reuse. Consequently, many investigations were carried out during the period from October 2014 to February 2015, through the collection of data from the Ministry of Water Resources (MRE), the National Office of Sanitation (ONA), Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTPs) and Wastewater Treatment Plants (SL)..

Effect of cyclodextrins, cholesterol and vitamin E and their complexation on cryopreserved epididymal ram semen

The aim of the present study was to investigate the potential benefit of vitamin E and cholesterol when preloaded in cyclodextrins, alone or in association to protect ram epididymal sperm during the freezing-thawing process.

 

Water Treatment Combined Chlorine(Monochloramine) Degradation using Direct Photolysis and Homogeneous Photocatalysis(UV/H2O2, UV/NaOCl) with a MediumPressure (MP) Lamp as a Source of UV

Chlorine has been used as an oxidant in water treatment over the last 100 years. Although many benefits have been gained using chlorine as an oxidant, there are also some disadvantage.

THE IMPACTS OF UV DIRECT PHOTOLYSIS AND (UV/H2O2 , UV/NaOCl) ADVANCED OXIDATION PROCESSES ON THE DEGRADATION OF MONOCHLORAMINE USING LOW PRESSURE (LP) LAMP

Chlorine has been used as an oxidant in water treatment over the last 100 years. Although many benefits have been gained from this treatment, there are also some disadvantages.

 

Decolorization of methyl green and bromocresol purple in mono and binary systems by photochemical processes: direct UV photolysis,Acetone/UV and H2O2/UV. A comparative study

The considerable release of dyes from textile indus-tries, tanneries, printing activities, etc is a major problem of pollution because they can destroy aquatic life(fauna and flora) and may cause a real threat to human health as most of these substrates are toxic and carcinogenic.

 
 
 

 

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