Enrico Buscaroli

Enrico Buscaroli
University of Bologna | UNIBO · Department of Agri-Food Sciences and Technologies

PhD in Agricultural Sciences and Tecnhologies

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Introduction
Contributing in research for environmental and food quality, contamination risk mitigation and innovative management.
Additional affiliations
January 2014 - May 2017
University of Bologna
Position
  • Research Associate

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Publications (12)
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The extent to which different agricultural strategies may affect the uptake of potentially toxic elements (PTEs) by cropped plants is not entirely understood at a field scale. This study addresses the effect of seasonality, Trichoderma inoculation alone, or combined with different applications of commercial-grade clinoptilolite (i.e., foliar action...
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A non-waterproofed surface flow constructed wetland (SFCW), treating agricultural drainage water in Northern Italy, was investigated to gain information on the potential ability for effective pesticide abatement. A mixture of insecticide imidacloprid, fungicide dimethomorph, and herbicide glyphosate was applied, by simulating a single rain event, i...
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La valutazione del rischio ambientale e alimentare hanno rappresentato un ruolo centrale nel raggiungimento degli obiettivi stabiliti dalla strategia della Commissione Europea nel programma Europa 2020 e costituiscono uno dei capisaldi dell’attuale strategia Horizon Europe. La collaborazione fra enti pubblici, società scientifiche e privati rappres...
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This study focused on the application of mesoporous silica monoliths for the removal of organic pollutants. The physico-chemical textural and surface properties of the monoliths were investigated. The homogeneity of the textural properties along the entire length of the monoliths was assessed, as well as the reproducibility of the synthesis method....
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Attention to urban agriculture (UA) has recently grown among practitioners, scientists, and the public, resulting in several initiatives worldwide. Despite the positive perception of modern UA and locally grown, fresh produce, the potential food safety risks connected to these practices may be underestimated, leading to regulatory gaps. Thus, there...
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In this work, different mesoporous silicas were studied as potential sorbents for toluene, selected as a model molecule of aromatic organic fuel‑based pollutants. Three siliceous materials with different textural and surface properties (i.e., fumed silica and mesoporous Santa Barbara Amorphous (SBA)‑15 and Mobil Composition of matter (MCM)‑41 mater...
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Canal dredging and shaping produce considerable amounts of sediments whose reuse on- and off-site depends on their pollution level. This study explores the potential of a calcium chloride washing to remove potentially toxic elements (PTEs) from a freshly dredged calcareous sediment and to affect the aggregate stability of the washed sediment. The a...
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The occurrence of mineral oil hydrocarbons (MOH) in cellulose-based packaging is mainly due to the offset printing process where MOH are used as a ink pigments’ solvent. The MOH migration from paper/paperboard to food is matter of concern for EFSA, members state authorities, consumers, and food industry. In this study, the feasibility to stabilize...
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High silica zeolite Y has been positively evaluated to clean-up water polluted with sulfonamides, an antibiotic family which is known to be involved in the antibiotic resistance evolution. To define possible strategies for the exhausted zeolite regeneration, the efficacy of some chemico-physical treatments on the zeolite loaded with four different...
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The anionic nature of veterinary sulfonamide antibiotics (sulfa drugs) makes them highly mobile along soil profile and is responsible for their accumulation into water bodies. Owing to their environmental diffusion and persistence, sulfonamides are responsible to induce high level of resistance in bacteria through by-pass mechanism. To limit the di...
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In many Countries all over the world, the contamination level of soils is defined by the total content of both inorganic and organic pollutants. As far as the organic pollutants are concerned, this parameter can be considered as an acceptable index of their bioavailability due to their environmental mobility and bioaugmentation inside the leaving o...
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Owing to their environmental diffusion and persistence, sulfonamide antibiotics (sulfa drugs) are responsible to induce high level of resistance in bacteria. The sulfonamide anionic nature makes them highly mobile along soil profile and is responsible for their accumulation into water bodies. In order to limit the diffusion of resistance determinan...

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The project FoodE (Food Systems in European Cities) is funded by the European Commission within the H2020-SFS-24 call "Innovative and citizen-driven food system approaches in cities" and coordinated by Prof. Francesco Orsini (Department of Agricultural and Food Sciences and Technologies of the University of Bologna, Italy). The project objective is to accelerate the growth of citizen-led urban food system initiatives by bringing local initiatives across Europe together, as well as co-developing and disseminating a range of tools - co-designed with academia, citizens, and food system start-ups - to ensure that the most up-to-date cross-sectorial knowledge is applied. Start-ups will also provide an in-depth understanding of the needs of the key stakeholders, making resilient citizen-driven food systems happen. The key challenge of FoodE project is then to aggregate the most sustainable models of Urban Food Systems (UFS) and enable co-creation of innovative pilot experiences, fostering the health and wellbeing of European citizens. This challenge will be tackled by setting a co-created mechanism, based on Citizen Science and Responsible Research and Innovation principles, where public authorities, citizens, business actors and non-profit organisations share ideas, tools, best practices and new models, supporting cities in becoming innovative food hubs. The outputs of FoodE will impact on job creation, promotion of local economy, strengthening the role of local communities in complying with Sustainable Development Goals, as well as identifying and strengthening relations between the different actors of the food chain. The way used by FoodE to achieve this goals consists of the following steps: -Assess and rank sustainability of diverse typologies of urban food systems -Actively involve citizens in co-creating and choosing innovative Urban Food Systems -Implement pilot innovative sustainable UFS in several EU cities -Implement and validate a citizen-science based methodology fostering public-private partnerships in UFS -Develop a set of policy briefs, guidelines and recommendations -Address civil society, academy and public/private stakeholders.