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Wastewater treatment: Occurrence, effects, and treatment of endocrine-disrupting chemicals in water

I. M. Mujtaba, Chedly Tizaoui Orcid Logo

The Water-Food-Energy Nexus: Processes, Technologies, and Challenges, Pages: 157 - 179

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DOI (Published version): 10.4324/9781315153209

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Water is an essential commodity for human well-being. The World Health Organization (Howard and Bartram, 2003) has estimated that a person needs at least 7.5 L of water per day for drinking, food, and personal hygiene. A person requires 50 L of water per day to meet other needs. A poor water supply...

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Published in: The Water-Food-Energy Nexus: Processes, Technologies, and Challenges
ISBN: 9781315153209
Published: CRC Press 2017
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