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  1. A new approach to circularity assessment for a sustainable water sector: Accounting for environmental functional flows and losses
  2. Photoelectrocatalytic based simultaneous removal of multiple organic micro-pollutants by using a visible light driven BiVO4 photoanode
  3. Direct discharge of sewage to natural water through illicitly connected urban stormwater systems: An overlooked source of dissolved organic matter
  4. Service-lines as major contributor to water quality deterioration at customer ends
  5. Effects of phosphate addition on the removal of disinfection by-product formation potentials by biological activated carbon filtration
  6. The contribution of deeper layers in slow sand filters to pathogens removal
  7. Photo-electrocatalytic based removal of acetaminophen: Application of visible light driven heterojunction based BiVO4/BiOI photoanode
  8. Assessing the Mass Concentration of Microplastics and Nanoplastics in Wastewater Treatment Plants by Pyrolysis Gas Chromatography–Mass Spectrometry
  9. Removal of organic micropollutants from wastewater effluent: Selective adsorption by a fixed-bed granular zeolite filter followed by in-situ ozone-based regeneration
  10. Risk assessment methods for water resource recovery for the production of bio-composite materials: Literature review and future research directions
  11. Combined effects of photoaging and natural organic matter on the colloidal stability of nanoplastics in aquatic environments
  12. Effects of biological activated carbon filter running time on disinfection by-product precursor removal
  13. Life Cycle Environmental Impacts of Wastewater-Derived Phosphorus Products: An Agricultural End-User Perspective
  14. Toward Carbon-Neutral Water Systems: Insights from Global Cities
  15. Removal of organic micropollutants in a drinking water treatment plant by powdered activated carbon followed by rapid sand filtration
  16. Remediation potential of agricultural organic micropollutants in in-situ techniques: A review
  17. Life cycle sustainability assessment framework for water sector resource recovery solutions: Strengths and weaknesses
  18. Identification and Quantification of Nanoplastics in Surface Water and Groundwater by Pyrolysis Gas Chromatography–Mass Spectrometry
  19. Removal of Antibiotic Resistance From Municipal Secondary Effluents by Ozone-Activated Carbon Filtration
  20. Adsorption of humic acid fractions by a magnetic ion exchange resin
  21. Enhancing the resilience of drinking water infrastructures
  22. Removal of organic micropollutants by well-tailored granular zeolites and subsequent ozone-based regeneration
  23. Recent applications of biological technologies for decontaminating hormones in livestock waste and wastewater
  24. Investigation of the efficacy of the UV/Chlorine process for the removal of trimethoprim: Effects of operational parameters and artificial neural networks modelling
  25. Towards Sustainable Heat Supply with Decentralized Multi-Energy Systems by Integration of Subsurface Seasonal Heat Storage
  26. Model development for evidence-based prioritisation of policy action on emerging chemical and microbial drinking water risks
  27. Removal of Hydrogen Peroxide Residuals and By-Product Bromate from Advanced Oxidation Processes by Granular Activated Carbon
  28. Fluidisation characteristics of granular activated carbon in drinking water treatment applications
  29. Experimental and numerical insights into heterogeneous liquid-solid behaviour in drinking water softening reactors
  30. Quantification and modelling of organic micropollutant removal by reverse osmosis (RO) drinking water treatment
  31. A novel sensor measuring local voidage profile inside a fluidised bed reactor
  32. The Impact of System Integration on System Costs of a Neighborhood Energy and Water System
  33. Effect of oxidation ditch and anaerobic-anoxic-oxic processes on CX3R-type disinfection by-product formation during wastewater treatment
  34. Maximizing Thermal Energy Recovery from Drinking Water for Cooling Purpose
  35. Magnetic seeding coagulation: Effect of Al species and magnetic particles on coagulation efficiency, residual Al, and floc properties
  36. Use of mine waste for H2O2-assisted heterogeneous Fenton-like degradation of tetracycline by natural pyrite nanoparticles: Catalyst characterization, degradation mechanism, operational parameters and cytotoxicity assessment
  37. Microbiological Health Risk Assessment of Water Conservation Strategies: A Case Study in Amsterdam
  38. Changes in biofilm composition and microbial water quality in drinking water distribution systems by temperature increase induced through thermal energy recovery
  39. New hydraulic insights into rapid sand filter bed backwashing using the Carman–Kozeny model
  40. Can terminal settling velocity and drag of natural particles in water ever be predicted accurately?
  41. Synthesis and characterization of SnO2 crystalline nanoparticles: A new approach for enhancing the catalytic ozonation of acetaminophen
  42. Ozone-based regeneration of granular zeolites loaded with acetaminophen
  43. Biomass-derived porous aminated graphitic nanosheets for removal of the pharmaceutical metronidazole: Optimization of physicochemical features and exploration of process mechanisms
  44. Simultaneous removal of ammonium ions and sulfamethoxazole by ozone regenerated high silica zeolites
  45. Resilient Drinking Water Resources
  46. Low-Carbon Urban Water Systems: Opportunities beyond Water and Wastewater Utilities?
  47. The effective design of sampling campaigns for emerging chemical and microbial contaminants in drinking water and its resources based on literature mining
  48. Pyrite nanoparticles derived from mine waste as efficient catalyst for the activation of persulfates for degradation of tetracycline
  49. Accurate voidage prediction in fluidisation systems for full-scale drinking water pellet softening reactors using data driven models
  50. Thermal energy recovery from chlorinated drinking water distribution systems: Effect on chlorine and microbial water and biofilm characteristics
  51. Improvement of voidage prediction in liquid-solid fluidized beds by inclusion of the Froude number in effective drag relations
  52. Identifying critical elements in drinking water distribution networks using graph theory
  53. A Stochastic Model to Predict Flow, Nutrient and Temperature Changes in a Sewer under Water Conservation Scenarios
  54. Effects of cold recovery technology on the microbial drinking water quality in unchlorinated distribution systems
  55. Life cycle assessment of nutrient recycling from wastewater: A critical review
  56. Sustainable Societal Infrastructures: A Resilient Approach to Prevent Conflicting Claims of Drinking Water and Other Infrastructures
  57. An integrated system approach to characterise a drinking water infrastructure system
  58. Use of literature mining for early identification of emerging contaminants in freshwater resources
  59. Development and application of relevance and reliability criteria for water treatment removal efficiencies of chemicals of emerging concern
  60. Sulfonamides removal under different redox conditions and microbial response to sulfonamides stress during riverbank filtration: A laboratory column study
  61. Rainwater Harvesting for Drinking Water Production: A Sustainable and Cost-Effective Solution in The Netherlands?
  62. Improvement of the Richardson-Zaki liquid-solid fluidisation model on the basis of hydraulics
  63. Nitrogen Recovery from Wastewater: Possibilities, Competition with Other Resources, and Adaptation Pathways
  64. Energy recovery from the water cycle: Thermal energy from drinking water
  65. An exploration of disinfection by-products formation and governing factors in chlorinated swimming pool water
  66. Disinfection Methods for Swimming Pool Water: Byproduct Formation and Control
  67. Risk governance of potential emerging risks to drinking water quality: Analysing current practices
  68. Residues of organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) in aquatic environment and risk assessment along Shaying River, China
  69. Influence of an Extended Domestic Drinking Water System on the Drinking Water Quality
  70. Bromate Reduction by Iron(II) during Managed Aquifer Recharge: A Laboratory-Scale Study
  71. Effective removal of bromate in nitrate-reducing anoxic zones during managed aquifer recharge for drinking water treatment: Laboratory-scale simulations
  72. Automated leak localization performance without detailed demand distribution data
  73. Effect of residual H 2 O 2 from advanced oxidation processes on subsequent biological water treatment: A laboratory batch study
  74. An experimental study on the influence of water stagnation and temperature change on water quality in a full-scale domestic drinking water system
  75. Thermal Energy Recovery from Drinking Water
  76. Development and validation of a drinking water temperature model in domestic drinking water supply systems
  77. Decision support for water quality management of contaminants of emerging concern
  78. Development and performance of a parsimonious model to estimate temperature in sewer networks
  79. Wastewater as a resource: Strategies to recover resources from Amsterdam’s wastewater
  80. Testing the Robustness of Two Water Distribution System Layouts under Changing Drinking Water Demand
  81. Enhanced Performance of the Eurostat Method for Comprehensive Assessment of Urban Metabolism: A Material Flow Analysis of Amsterdam
  82. The fate of H2O2 during managed aquifer recharge: A residual from advanced oxidation processes for drinking water production
  83. Drivers for performance improvement originating from the Dutch drinking water benchmark
  84. A predictive multi-linear regression model for organic micropollutants, based on a laboratory-scale column study simulating the river bank filtration process
  85. The effect of redox conditions and adaptation time on organic micropollutant removal during river bank filtration: A laboratory-scale column study
  86. The effect of feed water dissolved organic carbon concentration and composition on organic micropollutant removal and microbial diversity in soil columns simulating river bank filtration
  87. Shower heat exchanger: reuse of energy from heated drinking water for CO2 reduction
  88. A laboratory-scale column study comparing organic micropollutant removal and microbial diversity for two soil types
  89. Amsterdam as a sustainable European metropolis: integration of water, energy and material flows
  90. Selection and prioritization of mitigation measures to realize climate neutral operation of a water cycle company
  91. Health risk assessment of organic micropollutants in greywater for potable reuse
  92. Circular economy in drinking water treatment: reuse of ground pellets as seeding material in the pellet softening process
  93. Human health risk assessment of the mixture of pharmaceuticals in Dutch drinking water and its sources based on frequent monitoring data
  94. Local drinking water production from grey water and rain water
  95. An experimental study on the spray characteristics of residential sprinklers under low-flow and low-pressure conditions
  96. Sorption and biodegradation of organic micropollutants during river bank filtration: A laboratory column study
  97. Energy in the urban water cycle: Actions to reduce the total expenditure of fossil fuels with emphasis on heat reclamation from urban water
  98. A bottom-up approach to estimate dry weather flow in minor sewer networks
  99. Robustness of the Drinking Water Distribution Network under Changing Future Demand
  100. Drinking Water Temperature Modelling in Domestic Systems
  101. An overview of water sources and drinking water technologies applied in Europe
  102. Coping with climate change in Amsterdam – a watercycle perspective
  103. Use of the Threshold of Toxicological Concern (TTC) approach for deriving target values for drinking water contaminants
  104. Transformation of organic micropollutants during river bank filtration: laboratory versus field data
  105. Towards a climate neutral water cycle
  106. Climate change mitigation by recovery of energy from the water cycle: a new challenge for water management
  107. Energy from the water cycle: a promising combination to operate climate neutral
  108. ChemInform Abstract: Biological Nitrate Removal from Ground Water by Sulfur/Limestone Denitrification.
  109. Fluidized ion exchange (FIX) to control NOM fouling in ultrafiltration
  110. Quantitative biofouling diagnosis in full scale nanofiltration and reverse osmosis installations
  111. Biological regeneration of nitrate-loaded anion-exchange resins by denitrifying bacteria
  112. Is direct nanofiltration with air fluxh an alternative for household water production for Amsterdam?
  113. The scaling potential of barium sulphate in reverse osmosis systems
  114. Retention of herbicides and pesticides in relation to aging of RO membranes
  115. Scaling control of RO membranes and direct treatment of surface water
  116. Stable barium sulphate supersaturation in reverse osmosis
  117. RO treatment: selection of a pretreatment scheme based on fouling characteristics and operating conditions based on environmental impact
  118. The use of biological activated carbon filtration for the removal of natural organic matter and organic micropollutants from water
  119. BaSO4 solubility prediction in reverse osmosis membrane systems
  120. Selection and evaluation of a new concept of water supply for “Ijburg” amsterdam
  121. Integrated multi-objective membrane systems application of reverse osmosis at the Amsterdam Water Supply
  122. Enhanced surface water treatment by ultrafiltration
  123. Electrodialysis as an alternative for reverse osmosis in an integrated membrane system
  124. Nitrification and low temperature in a raw water reservoir and rapid sand filters
  125. Biological removal of polyc yclic aromatic hydrocarbons, benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylene and phenolic compounds from heavily contaminated ground water and soil
  126. Reduction of regeneration salt requirement and waste disposal in an ion exchange process for nitrate removal from ground water
  127. Combined ion exchange/biological denitrification for nitrate removal from ground water under different process conditions
  128. Effect of hydraulic residence time on microbial sulfide production in an upflow sludge blanket denitrification reactor fed with methanol
  129. Nitrate removal from ground water — use of a nitrate selective resin and a low concentrated regenerant
  130. Denitrification with methanol in the presence of high salt concentrations and at high pH levels
  131. Nitrate removal from ground water
  132. Nitrate Removal from Ground Water