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  • Mn-feroxyhyte: The role of synthesis conditions on As(III) and As(V) removal capacity 

    Tresintsi, S.; Simeonidis, K.; Mitrakas, M. (2014)
    This study evaluates the critical parameters of synthesizing nanocrystalline tetravalent Mn-feroxyhyte, a single-phase arsenic adsorbent equally efficient against As(III) and As(V). The production of such Fe/Mn oxy-hydroxides ...
  • A novel approach for arsenic adsorbents regeneration using MgO 

    Tresintsi, S.; Simeonidis, K.; Katsikini, M.; Paloura, E. C.; Bantsis, G.; Mitrakas, M. (2014)
    An integrated procedure for the regeneration of iron oxy-hydroxide arsenic adsorbents by granulated MgO is proposed in this study. A continuous recirculation configuration, with a NaOH solution flowing sequentially through ...
  • Olive oil waste treatment: A comparative and critical presentation of methods, advantages & disadvantages 

    Arvanitoyannis, I. S.; Kassaveti, A.; Stefanatos, S. (2007)
    Since olive oil industries were considered responsible for a great amount of pollution there has been a strong need for optimization of olive oil waste treatment systems. The currently employed systems are numerous and ...
  • Wine waste treatment methodology 

    Arvanitoyannis, I. S.; Ladas, D.; Mavromatis, A. (2006)
    As more than 20% of wine production is waste, the latter constitutes a serious environmental problem that has to be solved urgently. Several methodologies such as composting, aerobic and anaerobic digestion, thermophilic ...