Water management and remediation
Aligned to the Cleaning Up program students are investigating technologies and strategies for the management and remediation of contaminated water. They also investigate ways to address the limitations of existing assessment and remediation technologies as applied to Australia’s aquifers and waste water streams.
Novel solar-driven fibreoptic photocatalysis hybrid system for groundwater treatment.
Evaluation of LNAPL remediation technologies.
Quantifying the risk due to LNAPL removal from impacted sites.
Development of a cost effective novel bioremediation technology for arsenic contaminated water.
High quality water reuse through developing of membrane hybrid system for persisting organic pollutants removal including PPCPs.
New adsorbents for removal of inorganic contaminants from water.
Thuy Chung Nguyen
Road-deposited sediment pollutants: analytical techniques for mobility, bioavailability and remediation.
Biological synthesis and evaluation of nano-scale iron particles for remediation of contaminated soil and ground water.
A cost effective method for remediating wastewater using algae coupled with simultaneous production of biofuels.