Archive for March, 2014

  • Sewage Potential Limitless

    Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

    Most people would rather not think twice about their waste, but Kartik Chandran spends hours a day considering the limitless potential of sewage. Chandran, an associate professor of earth and environmental engineering, studies how to improve wastewater treatment and extract energy from sewage.
    His latest work involves converting the dangerous greenhouse gas methane, a byproduct of [...]

  • Pesticides in the Environment

    Thursday, March 6th, 2014

    In this Virtual Special Issue we have made a comprehensive selection of articles published in Science of the Total Environment during the last two years. It covers major issues regarding the problems associated with pesticides in the environment such as occurrence and fate in surface waters, wastewaters groundwater contamination, bioaccumulation, human health impacts and effects [...]