Open Access Library Journal

Open Access Library Journal

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"Is Not It Time to Stop Using Chlorine for Treating Water?"
written by Djamel Ghernaout, Noureddine Elboughdiri,
published by Open Access Library Journal, Vol.7 No.1, 2020
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[2] Exploring What Lies Ahead in the Field of Disinfecting Coronavirus
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[3] Towards Combining Electrochemical Water Splitting and Electrochemical Disinfection
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[4] Searching if SARS-CoV-2 Subsists Following the Disinfection of Potable Water
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[5] Disinfection of Wastewater by UV-Based Treatment for Reuse in a Circular Economy Perspective. Where Are We at?
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[6] Varying Efficacies of Fenton's Oxidation Treatment on Pharmaceutical Industry Effluents of Contrasting Viscosity Profiles
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[7] Disinfection By-Products Regulation: Zero ng/L Target
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[8] Should We Forbid the Consumption of Antibiotics to Stop the Spread of Resistances
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[9] Risk Assessment for Gas Chlorination Units of Water and Wastewater Treatment with FMEA Method
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[10] Strategies for Reducing Disinfection By-Products Formation during Electrocoagulation
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[11] Electrocoagulation Process in the Context of Disinfection Mechanism
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[12] Disinfection By-Products: Presence and Elimination in Drinking Water
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[13] Advanced Oxidation Processes for Wastewater Treatment: Facts and Future Trends
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[14] UV-C/H2O2 and Sunlight/H2O2 in the Core of the Best Available Technologies for Dealing with Present Dares in Domestic Wastewater Reuse
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[15] Controlling Disinfection By-Products Formation in Rainwater: Technologies and Trends
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[16] Should We Forbid the Consumption of Antibiotics to Stop the Spread of Resistances in Nature
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[17] On the Treatment Trains for Municipal Wastewater Reuse for Irrigation
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[18] Towards Enhancing Ozone Diffusion for Water Disinfection—Short Notes
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[19] Coagulation Process for Removing Algae and Algal Organic Matter—An Overview
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[20] Environmental Engineering for Stopping Viruses Pandemics
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[21] Eliminating Cyanobacteria and Controlling Algal Organic Matter—Short Notes
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[22] Trends in Decreasing Disinfection By-Products Formation during Electrochemical Technologies
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[23] Disinfecting Water: Plasma Discharge for Removing Coronaviruses
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[24] Foresight Look on the Disinfection By-Products Formation
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[25] Enhanced Coagulation: Promising Findings and Challenges
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[26] Demobilizing Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria and Antibiotic Resistance Genes by Electrochemical Technology: New Insights
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[27] Water Treatment Coagulation: Dares and Trends
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[28] Electrocoagulation as a Pioneering Separation Technology—Electric Field Role
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[29] Urgent Proposals for Disinfecting Hospital Wastewaters during COVID-19 Pandemic
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[30] Dealing with Cyanobacteria and Cyanotoxins: Engineering Viewpoints
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[31] Scientific Research
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[32] Disinfection By-Products (DBPs) Control Strategies in Electrodisinfection
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[33] Natural Organic Matter Removal in the Context of the Performance of Drinking Water Treatment Processes—Technical Notes
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[34] Controlling COVID-19 Pandemic through Wastewater Monitoring
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[35] Water Treatment Challenges towards Viruses Removal
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