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Non-conventional absorbers: sustainable alternatives for wastewater treatment;
Adsorventes não convencionais, alternativas sustentáveis para o tratamento de águas residuais

dc.creatorValladares-Cisneros, Maria Guadalupespa
dc.creatorValerio Cárdenas, Cintyaspa
dc.creatorde la Cruz Burelo, Patriciaspa
dc.creatorMelgoza Alemán, Rosa Maríaspa
dc.date.accessioned2018-04-13T21:18:18Z
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dc.date.created2017-12-31spa
dc.identifier.issn1692-3324spa
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11407/4679
dc.descriptionSe presenta una revisión sobre los adsorbentes no-convencionales utilizados para la remoción de contaminantes en el agua. Se describirán brevemente los adsorbentes convencionales para distinguir a los no-convencionales. Los adsorbentes convencionales son aquellos materiales naturales o sintéticos los cuales, para ser empleados, deben recibir un tratamiento para activarse, como el carbono, las arcillas, las membranas etc.; después de usarse estos materiales tienen la cualidad de poder ser regenerados. Los adsorbentes no-convencionales son materiales alternos (biopolímeros o partes de plantas); no necesariamente deben recibir un tratamiento previo para activarse; sin embargo, su activación mejora su capacidad de adsorción. Las fuentes estudiadas para la obtención de materiales empleados como adsorbentes no-convencionales han sido los residuos agroindustriales y de la industria alimenticia y especies vegetales cuya aplicación es restringida o no tienen aplicación. Han sido diferentes los estudios que demuestran que el empleo de materiales naturales como adsorbentes no-convencionales permite reducir la carga orgánica de un efluente contaminado con metales, colorantes, pesticidas y algunos otros compuestos orgánicos denominados emergentes. Las áreas de estudio para los materiales no-convencionales surgen como una necesidad en el diseño de procesos sustentables para el tratamiento de aguas residuales, por lo que su estudio y revisión son de especial interés para profundizar y proponer alternativas acordes con las necesidades existentes.spa
dc.descriptionThis article shows a revision of the non-conventional absorbers employed for the removal of water pollutants. A brief description is made on the conventional absorbers in order to distinguish them from the non-conventional ones. Conventional absorbers are those natural or synthetic materials which employment is contingent with a treatment process so that they can be activated, such as carbon, clays, membranes, etc. After using these materials, they are able to be regenerated. Non-conventional absorbers are alternate materials (biopolymers or parts of plants); they should not necessarily be subject to a previous treatment to be activated; however, activation improves their absorption capacity. Sources studied for obtaining the materials employed as non-conventional absorbers include agroindustrial wastes, food industry wastes, and plant species which application is restricted or has no application at all. Different studies have shown that the employment of natural materials as non-conventional absorbers allows minimizing the organic discharge of a river contaminated with metals, dyes, pesticides, and other organic compounds known as emerging compounds. The fields of study for non-conventional materials emerge as a need for the design of sustainable process for the wastewater treatment; for this reason, the study and revision of non-conventional materials are of special interest to go deeper and propose alternative according to the existing needs.spa
dc.descriptionApresenta-se uma revisão sobre os adsorventes não convencionais utilizados para a remoção de poluentes na água. São descritos brevemente os adsorventes convencionais para diferenciá-los dos não convencionais. Aqueles são materiais naturais ou sintéticos que, para serem empregados, devem receber um tratamento para ativar-se, como carbono, argila, membranas, entre outros. Os não convencionais são materiais alternativos (biopolímeros ou partes de plantas); não necessariamente devem receber um tratamento prévio para ativar-se, mas sua ativação melhora a capacidade de adsorção. As fontes estudadas para obter materiais empregados como adsorventes não convencionais são os resíduos agroindustriais e da indústria alimentar, bem como espécies vegetais cuja aplicação é restringida ou não têm aplicação. São diferentes os estudos que demonstram que o emprego de materiais naturais como adsorventes não convencionais permite reduzir a carga orgânica de um efluente poluído com metais, corantes, pesticidas e outros componentes orgânicos denominados emergentes. As áreas de estudo para os materiais não convencionais surgem como uma necessidade no desenho de processos sustentáveis para o tratamento de águas residuais, razão pela qual seu estudo e revisão são de especial interesse para propor alternativas concordantes com as necessidades existentes e aprofundar-se no tema.spa
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dc.publisherUniversidad de Medellínspa
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dc.relation10.22395/rium.v16n31a3spa
dc.relation.ispartofseriesRevista Ingenierías Universidad de Medellín; Vol. 16, Núm. 31 (2017)spa
dc.relation.haspartRevista Ingenierías Vol. 16, Núm. 31. Julio-Diciembre 2017spa
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dc.sourceRevista Ingenierías Vol. 16, Núm. 31 (2017): Julio-Diciembre; 55-73spa
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucionalspa
dc.sourceinstname:Universidad de Medellínspa
dc.subjectIngeniería Ambiental, Biomaterialesspa
dc.subjectadsorbente convencionalspa
dc.subjectadsorbente no-convencionalspa
dc.subjectaguas residualesspa
dc.subjectmateriales naturalesspa
dc.subjecttratamiento sustentablespa
dc.subjectnon-conventional absorbersspa
dc.subjectsustainable treatmentspa
dc.subjectnatural materialsspa
dc.subjectwastewaterspa
dc.subjectconventional absorberspa
dc.subjectadsorvente convencional: adsorvente não convencionalspa
dc.subjectáguasspa
dc.titleAdsorbentes no-convencionales, alternativas sustentables para el tratamiento de aguas residualesspa
dc.titleNon-conventional absorbers: sustainable alternatives for wastewater treatmentspa
dc.titleAdsorventes não convencionais, alternativas sustentáveis para o tratamento de águas residuaisspa
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dc.creator.affiliationValladares-Cisneros, Maria Guadalupe;Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelosspa
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dc.creator.affiliationMelgoza Alemán, Rosa María; Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelosspa
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