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Assessment of the efficiency of wastewater treatment plant using ecotoxicity tests

ZLÁMALOVÁ GARGOŠOVÁ, H. URMINSKÁ, B.

Originální název

Assessment of the efficiency of wastewater treatment plant using ecotoxicity tests

Anglický název

Assessment of the efficiency of wastewater treatment plant using ecotoxicity tests

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en

Originální abstrakt

With the growth of human population demands and needs of consumption are constantly increasing and the amount of worldwide produced wastewater is growing as well. This raises the need of developing more advanced wastewater treatment methods, as well as more specific assessment of contaminants presence in treated waters. Thus it becomes relevant to perform not only chemical analysis but also ecotoxicological bioassays as the means of evaluation of biological effects caused by wastewater discharges to the ecosystems. None of the wastewater treatment plants is able to eliminate contaminants completely – it can only decrease the pollution to an acceptable level. Therefore it is important to find out if the cleaning processes in waste water treatment plant (WWTP) are sufficient to provide a satisfactory decrease of environmental impact (ecotoxicity) on the organisms living in the receiving aquatic ecosystem.

Anglický abstrakt

With the growth of human population demands and needs of consumption are constantly increasing and the amount of worldwide produced wastewater is growing as well. This raises the need of developing more advanced wastewater treatment methods, as well as more specific assessment of contaminants presence in treated waters. Thus it becomes relevant to perform not only chemical analysis but also ecotoxicological bioassays as the means of evaluation of biological effects caused by wastewater discharges to the ecosystems. None of the wastewater treatment plants is able to eliminate contaminants completely – it can only decrease the pollution to an acceptable level. Therefore it is important to find out if the cleaning processes in waste water treatment plant (WWTP) are sufficient to provide a satisfactory decrease of environmental impact (ecotoxicity) on the organisms living in the receiving aquatic ecosystem.

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@article{BUT140380,
  author="Helena {Zlámalová Gargošová} and Barbora {Urminská}",
  title="Assessment of the efficiency of wastewater treatment plant using ecotoxicity tests",
  annote="With the growth of human population demands and needs of consumption are constantly increasing and the amount of worldwide produced wastewater is growing as well. This raises the need of developing more advanced wastewater treatment methods, as well as more specific assessment of contaminants presence in treated waters. Thus it becomes relevant to perform not only chemical analysis but also ecotoxicological bioassays as the means of evaluation of biological effects caused by wastewater discharges to the ecosystems. None of the wastewater treatment plants is able to eliminate contaminants completely – it can only decrease the pollution to an acceptable level. Therefore it is important to find out if the cleaning processes in waste water treatment plant (WWTP) are sufficient to provide a satisfactory decrease of environmental impact (ecotoxicity) on the organisms living in the receiving aquatic ecosystem.",
  address="Parlar Scientific Publications (P S P)",
  chapter="140380",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Parlar Scientific Publications (P S P)",
  number="1",
  volume="26",
  year="2017",
  month="january",
  pages="56--62",
  publisher="Parlar Scientific Publications (P S P)",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}