Author Archives: Rebecca Dhawle

PHOTOELECTROCATALYSIS: A sustainable way forward?

 With rising water quality standards, it is of great importance to develop processes that can efficiently remove recalcitrant pollutants which are resistant to conventional water treatment methods. While developing such processes, the energy efficiency and the economy of the process plays a key role as implementation of these process on large scale can only happen if they are economically feasible. ...

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BIOCHAR: A sustainable material for AOPs

 We are always looking for cheaper and sustainable materials irrespective of the industry or sector we work for, to develop new processes which are as cost-effective as possible. I am Rebecca Dhawle, a chemical engineer and ESR 06 based in University of Patras, Greece. And while digging through loads of research material, I found that biochar was being investigated as ...

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