Highlighting research in Environmental Science: Advances on World Water Day

World Water Day is about accelerating change to solve the water and sanitation crisis. Water affects us all and everyone needs to take action. Environmental Science: Advances is committed to publishing research from any discipline related to the environmental sciences, including clean water and sanitation.

This World Water Day, read a collection of research on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6: Clean water and sanitation, published in Environmental Science: Advances.


Fluoride contamination, consequences and removal techniques in water: a review

Shaz Ahmad, Reena Singh, Tanvir Arfin and Krishna Neeti
Environ. Sci.: Adv., 2022,1, 620-661, DOI: 10.1039/D1VA00039J



Preparation of two kinds of membranes with reverse wettability from waste masks for continuous oil/water separation

Lianchao Ning, Yi Liu, Yang Luo, Yaxin Han, Longfei Zhang and Ming Zhang

Environ. Sci.: Adv., 2023,2, 473-483, DOI: 10.1039/D2VA00295G

Monitoring of phosphorus discharge in a sewage treatment plant with a phosphate automated analyzer

Adrian Cabo, Susana Gouveia, Claudio Cameselle and Keun-Heon Lee

Environ. Sci.: Adv., 2022,1, 483-490, DOI: 10.1039/D2VA00062H

Review of analytical techniques for arsenic detection and determination in drinking water

Abhijnan Bhat, Tony O Hara, Furong Tian and Baljit Singh

Environ. Sci.: Adv., 2023,2, 171-195, DOI: 10.1039/D2VA00218C


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