Sylwia Charazińska

Sylwia Charazińska
Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences · Institute of Environmental Engineering

Master of Science

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The amount of industrial pollution entering the environment and its impact on living organisms is an ongoing concern. At the same time, due to an increasing awareness, new methods of wastewater treatment are being explored that are not only effective but also environmentally acceptable. Meeting environmental standards for permitted concentrations i...
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The use of materials of natural origin for the adsorption of heavy metal ions from aqueous solutions has gained attention in recent years among the scientific community. This is explained by the fact that nickel compounds, due to severe health consequences, are considered to be among the most dangerous to the environment. This article reviews the r...
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Process baths used for electropolishing and pickling of stainless steel have become increasingly contaminated with heavy metal ions over time. There is still lack of research on the neutralization of this type of technological wastewater with high concentrations of metal ions and containing complexing compounds, which significantly hinders their ef...
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The use of natural materials for wastewater treatment is a rapidly evolving issue. Natural materials are often lowcost or waste materials, and they are readily available. In the case of industrial wastewater treatment, the use of natural sorbents for the removal of heavy metals has shown positive results for many of the materials tested. However, t...
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Electrochemical metal processing is a process that generates harmful pollution. An important goal often disregarded by researchers is not only the achievement of the best possible quality of electropolished surface, but also minimising the load of metal ions in the wastewater generated in the process. The conducted experiments on the electropolishi...
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The presented study concerns the efficiency of removing nutrients, organic compounds and metal cations from municipal sewage by using a cylindrical photobioreactor (PBR) with biomass of microalgae growing on pine bark. The study was conducted in two cylindrical PBRs fed with municipal wastewater for 42 days. PBRs were internally illuminated with re...
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Transposing the process scale from laboratory to industrial conditions is a difficult issue that applies to many sectors of the industry. As far as electropolishing of stainless steel is concerned, the limitations connected with a significant increase in the area of electropolished surface should be considered, along with the possibility of defects...
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Long-term exploitation of industrial electropolishing baths may contribute to the emergence of surface defects and may limit the range of applicable current densities. Due to this, extending the time of use of industrial baths is a major challenge. The application of electrochemical reduction in the process of reduction industrial baths enabled to...

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The project foresees the development of an innovative mathematical model that will allow for the determination of the threshold contamination of the baths used in the industrial process of stainless steel electropolishing.