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Identification and management of point sources of PFAA load in the anthropogenic water cycle

Identification and management of point sources of PFAA load in the anthropogenic water cycle

Project number

SS07020223

Provider

TAČR

Program

Prostředí pro život PP 7

Duration

04/2024 – 06/2026

Řešitelé za VŠCHT Praha

  • Ing. Vojtěch Kouba, Ph.D. – hlavní řešitel
  • Ing. Petr Dolejš Ph.D.
  • Prof. Ing. Václav Janda CSc.

Účastníci projektu

Pražské vodovody a kanalizace, a.s.

Project goals:

This project's first aim is to identify the point sources of perfluorinated alkyl acids (PFAA, including PFOA) input to the anthropogenic water cycle. We will develop a passive sampler of PFAA in municipal and industrial wastewater and landfill leachates. This enables the management of concentrated PFAA sources before diluting, e.g., by municipal sewage. Our own sampling campaign will describe the impact of these sources on the overall PFAA load in the anthropogenic water cycle including sewer network, WWTP, surface water, and drinking water treatment. Finally, we will describe the mechanisms of PFAA removal at a WWTP and deliver a mathematical model that will enable the water professionals to efficiently resolve the PFAA load in Czechia.

Updated: 13.5.2024 10:08, Author: Lucie Pokorná

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