Implications Of Eutrophication Stimulate The Exploration Of Water Treatment Systems
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Amini et al. emphasized that due to the soaring water demand and the enhanced comprehension of environmental consequences caused by water treatment, the need for advanced technical breakthroughs of water treatment, satisfying sustainability both environmentally and economically, is in the case of urgency. Authors, by employing life cycle analysis(LCA) assessment and cost analysis approach which concentrated on eight ion exchange water management systems, evaluated the influence of IX systems on environment and economy when utilized for elimination of organics. The findings indicated that the impacts resulting from the operational process of the treatment systems surpassed the impacts of the constructional stage and proved that FBR systems compared to CMFR designs, produce more negative outcomes on eutrophication, and ecotoxicity.
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