Research results addressed to: substantiation of modern procedures applied for advanced removal of dangerous compounds from wastewater/water (establishing techniques, processes, mechanisms, kinetic processes); technologies/biotechnologies applied for wastewater/water treatment (removal of nutrients, xenobiotics / dangerous substances); solar-based environmental technologies – clean technologies with low energy inputs, and innovative biotechnologies presenting unconventional treatment processes; applied research for restructuring, revamping, and modernization of wastewater treatment plants for sustaining of legislative regulations, decrease of treatment costs, and sustainable development approach.
UV–VIS photocatalytic degradation of nitrobenzene from water using heavy metal doped titania See
TiO2-based Nanomaterials with Photocatalytic Properties for the Advanced Degradation of Xenobiotic Compounds from Water. A Literature Survey See
The Influence of Ni Dopant on the Structure and Photocatalytic Properties of Sol-Gel TiO2 Nanopowders See
The effects of Fe, Co and Ni dopants on TiO2 structure of sol–gel nanopowders used as photocatalysts for environmental protection: A comparative study See
Sol–gel iron-doped TiO2nanopowders with photocatalytic activity See