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Environmental Technologies to Treat Selenium Pollution: Principles and Engineering

September 01, 2021

By Rob Simm

Dr. Rob Simm contributes chapter six to this new advanced textbook from the International Water Association on selenium related (bio)technologies

Selenium is an essential element in living organisms, and plays a critical role in human health. However, selenium pollution is of serious environmental concern and attributed to growing industrial activities. As water quality requirements become more strict, chemical and biological treatments strategies are becoming more advanced to tackle its toxicity.

Dr. Rob Simm is part of an esteemed group of water practitioners who have contributed chapters to this new advanced textbook from the International Water Association – Environmental Technologies to Treat Selenium Pollution: Principles and Engineering. Dr. Simm’s chapter six fits in the remediation of selenium contamination portion of the book and discusses biological treatment technologies.

From undergraduate and graduate students majoring in environmental sciences, technology or engineering, to tertiary educators, researchers, professionals, policy makers, and consulting companies dealing with selenium related environmental (bio)technologies, this new text is an essential guide to best practices.

Read Chapter 6: Biological treatment technologies of Environmental Technologies to Treat Selenioum Pollution: Principles and Engineering at IWA Publishing.

Want to learn more about selenium management and regulation? Check out Rob’s latest webinar here.

  • Rob Simm

    Dr. Rob Simm leads the process engineering group for Stantec’s Water sector.

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