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Cost-effective sorption materials for the removal of pharmaceuticals from aqueous medium / Tomasz BAJDA, Agnieszka GRELA, Joanna KUC, Agnieszka KLIMEK, Jakub MATUSIK, Justyna Pamuła, Wojciech Franus // W: ECO STP 2023 [Dokument elektroniczny] : 6th IWA international conference on eco-Technologies for wastewater treatment : Girona, Spain, 26th–29th June [2023] : conference proceedings. — Wersja do Windows. — Dane tekstowe. — [Girona : International Water Association], [2023]. — S. 216. — Wymagania systemowe: Adobe Reader. — Tryb dostępu: [2023-08-25]. — Bibliogr. s. 216, Abstr. — A. Grela, J. Kuc - dod. afiliacja: Cracow University of Technology

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wastewateradsorptioncarbon-zeolite compositesantibioticszeolite

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ID BaDAP148189
Data dodania do BaDAP2023-10-17
Rok publikacji2023
Typ publikacjimateriały konferencyjne (aut.)
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Erythromycin (ERY), colistin (KOL), fluoxetine (FLUO), amoxicillin (AMO) and 17-alpha-ethinylestradiol (EST) are pharmaceuticals (PhCs) whose concentrations in water and wastewater have been reported to exceed normative levels. As the methods used so far to remove ERY, KOL, FLUO, AMO, and EST from aquatic environments have not been effective, it is necessary to develop effective methods for their removal. In the present study, fly ash (FA)-based zeolite materials that have not been previously investigated as ERY, KOL, FLUO, AMO, and EST sorbents, were used. The effects of adsorbent mass, contact time, and initial concentration of PhCs on the removal of ERY, KOL, FLUO, AMO, and EST were analysed. The analysed PhCs were removed within the first 2 min of reaction with efficiencies above 85%. The most efficient sorption was obtained at a sorbent dose of 1-2 g L-1. The removal efficiency of PhCs decreases according to the order: EST>AMO>COL>FLUO>ERY. A five-fold regeneration of the sorbents showed no significant loss of adsorption efficiency. These results indicate that zeolite materials effectively remove ERY, KOL, FLUO, AMO, and EST and can be further investigated for removing other pharmaceuticals from water and wastewater.

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