Tertiary wastewater treatment for reuse
Wastewater has always been regarded as unnecessary waste that is not suitable for further use. Historically, this approach has evolved from the drainage of wastewater outside the inhabited area to its concentration in one place - the WWTP, where the wastewater is safely cleaned and "disposed of" by discharge into the recipient. However, this approach has been changing in recent years, especially in countries and areas where water supply problems occur. Given the increasing environmental demands of this type of waste, the quality of this water is changing with new, more efficient technologies.
The third stage of cleaning is the purification of already mechanically-biologically purified wastewaters. In recent years, its importance has been steadily increasing as it is proving increasingly negative environmental impact of many substances. In the third purification step, inorganic ions are removed such as calcium, magnesium, sulphates, but also complex synthetic organic compounds. Sometimes removal of nitrogen and phosphorus is also included in tertiary purification.
- University of Chemistry and Technology Prague September 2018 – till present PhD student in “Water Technology and Environmental Engineering”
- “Dubna” International University, Russia September 2009 – July 2011. M.Sc. in “Ecology and Environmental Management” with specialization in “Ecological monitoring”
- “Dubna” International University, Russia September 2004 – July 2009 B.Sc. in “Ecology and Environmental Management”
Participation on teaching
- Yu.V. Alekseenok, M.V. Frontasyeva, A.Zh. Korokin 2009. Pd, Cu, and Pb atmospheric deposition study in Minsk Region of Belarus based on moss analysis and AAS. In International Student School "Nuclear Physics Methods and Accelerators in Biology and Medicine" (5th 2009 Bratislava Slovakia). American Institute of Physics: 229-231