Rozi Sharma

Rozi Sharma
University of Jammu · Department of Environmental Science

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Urine is a ‘valuable waste’ that can be exploited to generate bioelectricity and recover key nutrients for producing NPK-rich biofertilizers. In recent times, improved and innovative waste management technologies have emerged to manage the rapidly increasing environmental pollution and to accomplish the goal of sustainable development. Microbial fu...
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The ability of microalgae to grow in a broad spectrum of wastewaters manifests great potentials for removing contaminants from effluents of industries and urban areas. Since the post-treatment microalgae biomass is also a significant source of high-value products, microalgae-based wastewater treatment is an economical and sustainable solution to wa...
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The present pace of climate change not only elevates the level of pollution but also increases the difficulties of organisms and ecosystems to adapt. In the long-term impact, it has been observed that adaptation can only be possible by variations in genetic organization and epigenetics. In the atmosphere, an increase in CO2 levels leads to climate...
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Textile industries are among the ecologically unsustainable industries that release voluminous wastewater threatening ecosystem health. The constructed wetlands (CWs) are low-cost eco-technological interventions for the management of industrial wastewaters. The CWs are self-sustaining remediation systems that do not require an external source of en...
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Biochar a pyrogenic black carbon is derived by pyrolysis of carbon-rich biomass in an oxygen-limited environment. The physicochemical characteristics of biochar strongly impact the multifunctional role of biochar e.g., carbon sequestration and enhancement of soil fertility, biosorption or environmental remediation, fuel cells, supercapacitors, and...
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Fluoride is recognized as one of the global environmental threats because of its non-biodegradable nature and long-term persistence in the environment. This has created the dire need to explore various defluoridation techniques (membrane process, adsorption, precipitation, reverse osmosis, ion exchange, and electrocoagulation). Owing to their cost...
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Floating treatment wetlands (FTWs) are increasingly gaining popularity due to a set of valuable features like wastewater remediation under varied conditions, ecosystem quality preservation, landscape conservation, and aesthetic benefits. FTW is a phyto-technology in which macrophytes grow on a floating raft with their roots in permanent contact wit...
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Stormwater runoff contributes significantly to urban flooding, groundwater pollution, reduction in water table, surface water quality impairment, etc. as it contains various pollutants that pose risks to life forms. Therefore, management practices must be implemented for mitigating stormwater pollution. Out of the several best management practices...

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