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Frontiers of Nanofiltration, Ultrafiltration and the Future of Global Water Shortage - A Deep and Visionary Comprehension

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The world of environmental engineering science is moving briskly and steadfastly in a newer vision and a newer age ahead in the civilisation’s progress. Global water shortage has become a primordial issue in present day human civilization. Environmental regulations and ecological restrictions has to be reassessed and rejudged at this critical juncture of history and time. In a similar vein the importance of membrane science and the applicability of environmental engineering techniques stands in the midst of immense optimism and scientific vision. Analytically, membrane separation science will bring environmental engineering science to the newer vision of zero discharge norms. Zero discharge norms and environmental engineering paradigm has an umbilical cord which has a decisive effect on ecological balance. The primordial and the decisive factor in global water shortage is the issue of ground water contamination and its subsequent remediation. Nanofiltration, ultrafiltration and other membrane separation processes in today’s scientific world and scientific vision stands in the midst of inimitable hope and optimism

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Periodical:
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 38)
Pages:
120-131
Citation:
S. Palit "Frontiers of Nanofiltration, Ultrafiltration and the Future of Global Water Shortage - A Deep and Visionary Comprehension", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 38, pp. 120-131, 2014
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Sep 2014
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