Waste management and environmental remediation have massive consequences for the environment and are importance because they have influence on the human health and ecosystems. This issue focuses on how several concepts for waste management and environmental remediation are applied for improving environmental health.

Articles

Biodegradation of an antimicrobial compound triclosan under sulfate reducing condition
Raj Boopathy, Jacob Cortez
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Triclosan is an antibacterial and antifungal agent that is present in many detergents and surgical cleaning treatment products. This antimicrobial compound is discharged from households and collected at the local sewage treatment plant. Because triclosan inhibits phospholipid biosynthesis, it affects the microbial population that perform waste degradation. Sewage treatment plants are the major

Assessment and optimization of a natural coagulant (Musa paradisiaca) peels for domestic wastewater treatment
Nur syamimi zaidi, Won Chin Ting, Zhang Zhan Loh, Muhammad Burhanuddin Bahrodin, Nik Azimatolakma Awang, Abudukeremu Kadier
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Sustainable wastewater treatment necessitates the application of natural and green material in the approach. Thus, selecting a natural coagulant in wastewater treatment is a crucial step to prevent secondary environmental pollution due to residual inorganic coagulant in treated effluent. Present study investigated the application of Musa paradisiaca (banana) peels in domestic wastewate

Development of non-enzymatic screen-printed carbon electrode sensor for glucose using cyclic voltammetry
Zamharirah Bt Ahamad Mashat, Faizuan Abdullah, Asnida Abdul Wahab, Muhammad Faiz Md Shakhih, Anis Suzziani Roslan
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Enzyme-based sensors frequently produce unsatisfactory results such as poor reproducibility and insufficient long-term stability due to the natural instability of enzymes, stringent experimental conditions, and complicated immobilization procedures. Thus, an electrochemical non enzymatic sensor was fabricated by deposition of the multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWCNT) with zinc oxide nanoparticle

A review of current status, challenges, and solution to improve waste management
Goh Zhu Hang, Tony Hadibarata
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Government plays the most important role in improving the waste management system. Incineration system can be introduced into the waste management system to incinerate specific type of waste. This will increase the availability space for the landfilling process. However, the incineration process must be carried out with full pollution control system to prevent and minimize the pollution that mi

Trends in integrated waste management research: A content analysis
Edza Aria Wikurendra, Imre Nagy
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Analyze the trends that characterize scientific production through textual statistics and text mining methods, highlighting the most debated topics useful for developing new research perspectives in this field. Textual statistics and text mining methods were chosen to analyse the real scope of integrated waste management, focus the investigation on the central elements of their discussion, and

The presence of microplastics in air environment and their potential impacts on health
Sofi Azilan Aini, Achmad Syafiuddin, Grace-Anne Bent
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There have been many literature reviews on the presence of MPs in water, but study on the presence of MPs in the air and literature reviews on it have not been done much. study on MPs pollution needs to be collected and summarized into one literature review so that this information is easy to find and not scattered. The results found 16 research articles discussed the findings of MPs in ambient