Most of the time, industrial wastes contain recoverable resources that would be useful in other applications. For example, greywater have enough nutrient to support the growth of microalgal biomass that are useful for biofuel production. Similarly, solid waste generated in metal extraction industries often contain high concentration of other metals that could be extracted using various processes. This book presents a critical overview on the current nanotechnologies that are being utilized for extraction of valuable resources from various industrial and domestic wastes. This book presents research, reviews, and case studies on the extraction of metal, organic compounds, energy and nutrients from waste through nanotechnological interventions.
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This book presents a critical overview on the current nanotechnologies that are being utilized for extraction of valuable resources from various industrial and domestic wastes.
Nanotechnology: An Important Tool for Wastewater Treatment. Wastewater and Reuse for Agriculture. Photocatalytic Wastewater Remediation using Nanoparticles: Present Challenges and Future Outlook. Resource Recovery from Greywater and its Reuse: Optimistic Approach. Resource Recovery from Wastewater. A Short Note on Naturally-derived Materials for Oil-water Separation. Recovery of Various Commercial Energy Forms from Wastewater. Biofuel Recovery from Wastewater Using Nanomaterial. Oil Recovery from Mining Effluents Using Nanotechnology. Nanomaterials for Recovery of Lead Heavy Metal from Wastewater. Water Management by the Phytoremediation of Toxic Metals Present in Water: A Review. Synthesis of Nanomaterials for Protein Extraction. Biosorbents for Wastewater Treatment. Bio-Solids' Recovery from Wastewater. Membranes in the Recovery of Oils and Lipids including Volatile Fatty Acids: Underlying Principles, Recent Advances and its Synergism with Nanotechnology.
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Biographical note

Dr. Jitendra Kumar Pandey

Dr. Pandey is working as a senior professor in UPES, Dehradun, India. He earned his Ph.D. from National Chemical Laboratory Pune, India. Dr. Pandey serves as postdoctoral scientist on various countries like South Korea, Japan, and Germany. His current research interest includes nanomaterials, bionanocomposites, and sustainable development. He has published more than 100 research and reviews in peer-reviewed journals and edited more than 10 books. His articles are highly cited.

Dr. Syed M. Tauseef

Dr. Tauseef is working in UPES, Dehradun, India as a full professor and associate Dean (R&D). He earned his Ph.D. from Pondicherry University. Dr. Tauseef also holds B.S. and M.S. degrees from Shiraz University, Iran in Chemical engineering. He is currently working on biogas energy production systems, large scale vermireactor design & operation, simulation of accidents in chemical process industries using CFD. He has published 50+ articles in peer-reviewed journals and 10+ book chapters, and edited 7+ books.

Dr. Suvendu Manna

Dr. Manna is an assistant professor in UPES Dehradun, India since 2020. He has 3 years of post-doctoral experience. Currently Dr. Manna is working on the application of nanomaterials for waste remediation. His team has been trying to extract valuable resources including energy from wastes. His team has also been working on exploring new microbial species from the Himalayan regions. Dr. Manna has published 44 journal articles, 18 book chapters, edited 5 books, and filed for 5 patents.

Dr. Ravi Kumar Patel

Dr. Patel has been working towards building a vibrant startup ecosystem and helping startups in technology transformation. He is involved in organizing innovation programs and activities in accordance with the mission and goal of the incubator. He has supported the expansion of programs and outreach, developed relationships with other incubators and government agencies for tech and funding support for incubated startups, and mentored incubated startups for tech development. Dr. Patel has completed his doctorate in 3D printing, materials engineering, and water treatment from the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun (UPES), India. He also has expertise in the domain of robotics and automation.

Mr. Vishal Kumar Singh

Mr. Singh is an Assistant Manager-EHS (OI) at SGS, India. He is currently involved in development of safety culture in the multi laboratories PAN India and performing safety audit across multi laboratories. He is the lead auditor for ISO 45001 and ISO 14001. Currently, Mr. Singh is pursuing Ph.D. from UPES, Dehradun, India. His current research interest is on the extraction of valuable metals from industrial solid waste using biological intervention.

Mr. Ankit Dasgotra

Mr. Dasgotra is a Ph.D. student in UPES, Dehradun. He is a mechanical engineer, having specifications in thermodynamic at master’s level. Currently, working as an interdisciplinary researcher in the field of fire and process safety. He is working on fire safety simulation using CFD modelling. Mr. Dasgotra published 10+ peer reviewed journals articles and book chapters.