Latest HOT, Review and Open Access content from ESWRT

We are delighted to share with you a hand-picked selection of papers recently published in Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology (ESWRT).

HOT papers – as recommended by our Editors & Reviewers

Amyloid hybrid membranes for removal of clinical and nuclear radioactive wastewater
Bolisetty, N. M. Coray, A. Palika, G. A. Prenosil and R. Mezzenga

Emerging investigator series: bacterial opportunistic pathogen gene markers in municipal drinking water are associated with distribution system and household plumbing characteristic
Sarah Jane Haig et al

Livestock manure improved antibiotic resistance gene removal during co-treatment of domestic wastewater in an anaerobic membrane bioreactor
Esther Ge Lou, Moustapha Harb, Adam L. Smith and Lauren B. Stadler

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Reviews – timely and insightful overviews of water research and technologies

Microplastics removal in wastewater treatment plants: a critical review
Paul U. Iyare, Sabeha K. Ouki and Tom Bond

Biogenic nanomaterials for photocatalytic degradation and water disinfection: a review
Erick R. Bandala, Danijela Stanisic and Ljubica Tasic

Plasmonic metal nitrides for solar-driven water evaporation
Matthew J. Margeson and Mita Dasog

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Open Access – read for free!

Regularized regression analysis for the prediction of virus inactivation efficiency by chloramine disinfection
Syun-suke Kadoya, Osamu Nishimura, Hiroyuki Kato and Daisuke Sano

Ammonia removal from mixed dewatering liquors by three different deammonification technologies
Ochs, B. D. Martin, E. Germain, T. Stephenson, M. C. M. van Loosdrecht and A. Soares

Removal of contaminants from canal water using microwave synthesized zero valent iron nanoparticles
Shad, M.-F. A. Belinga-Desaunay-Nault, Sohail, N. Bashir and I. Lynch

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