Mátyás Devecseri

Mátyás Devecseri
Budapest University of Technology and Economics · Department of Sanitary and Environmental Engineering

MSc in Civil Engineering

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September 2015 - September 2018
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
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  • PhD Student

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Groundwater contamination is an ever-growing environmental issue that has attracted much and undiminished attention for the past half century. Groundwater contamination may originate from both anthropogenic (e.g., hydrocarbons) and natural compounds (e.g., nitrate and arsenic); to tackle the removal of these contaminants, different technologies hav...
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Groundwater contamination is an ever-growing environmental issue that has attracted much and undiminished attention for the past half century. Groundwater contamination may originate from both anthropogenic (e.g., hydrocarbons) and natural compounds (e.g., nitrate and arsenic); to tackle the removal of these contaminants, different technologies hav...
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Nitrate-contaminated groundwater has become a common issue during the last decades, due to the increased levels of detected contamination, the related potential health hazards caused by this contaminant presence in drinking water, and the applicable regulations on water supply quality. In this work, the design, start-up and operation of a bioelectr...
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Nitrates have been detected in groundwater worldwide, and their presence can lead to serious groundwater use limitations, especially because of potential health problems. Amongst different options for their removal, bioelectrochemical systems (BESs) have achieved promising results; in particular, attention has raised on BES-driven autotrophic denit...
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Worldwide attention on remediation of nitrate-contaminated groundwater has increased during last decades due to serious health hazards caused by nitrate in drinking water. In this work, the start-up of a bioelectrochemical system (BES) for groundwater autotrophic denitrification is described. The aim of the experiment was to investigate the removal...

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