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Biochar-Derived Composites for Water Treatment
Submission Deadline: September 01, 2023 (Open) Submit Now
Tonni A. Kurniawan, Ph.D.
AMTEC, Johor, Malaysia
Research Interests: Wastewater treatment; Water purification; Solid waste management; Renewable energy; Materials for water treatment
About This Topic
Biochar applications for water treatment have attracted popularity due to its economical feasibility and environmental sustainability. Therefore, its utilization for wastewater treatment has increasingly attracted global interest in tackling the world’s challenges related to food security, climate change, and global warming. To deal with them, researchers have explored novel approaches such as biomass valorization not only to reduce pollution, but also to generate derivative products with added values such as novel composites.
Composites are multiphase materials originated from a mixture of two or more elements that differ in physico-chemical properties, while retaining their starting characteristics. Their enhanced properties make them particularly suitable for environmental applications. Composites, fabricated using inexpensive and readily available materials as the second raw materials provide low-cost solutions to environmental pollution.
This special issue calls for relevant and suitable articles from contributing authors that promote new advances in the use of biochar for contributing to sustainable water treatment. Topics of interest for this special issue include, but are not limited to, ‘biochar’ that eventually contributes to:
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