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Effluent

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 6: Clean Water and SanitationGOAL 7: Affordable and Clean Energy

Description

Effluent is an outflowing of water or gas to a natural body of water, from a structure such as a wastewater treatment plant, sewer pipe, or industrial outfall. Effluent, in engineering, is the stream exiting a chemical reactor.

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Organizations relating to Effluent

Caribbean Water and Wastewater Association / Est. 1988
Near East Research and Development Network on Treatment and Re-use of Sewage Effluent for Irrigation
Agreement on the Implementation of a European Project on Pollution, on the Topic 'sewage Sludge Processing' / Est. 1971
Forest Carbon Partnership Facility
Community-COST Concertation Agreement on a Concerted Action Project in the Field of Treatment and Use of Sewage Sludge / Est. 1979
Association for Emissions Control by Catalyst / Est. 1985
Prototype Carbon Fund / Est. 1999
Global Commons Institute, London / Est. 1991
European Association for Waste Water Management
International Association for Electro-Smog Research / Est. 1990
Zero Emissions Research Initiatives / Est. 1994
EUROAIRLAB Network / Est. 2013
Intervodoochistka / Est. 1978
Organic Reclamation and Composting Association / Est. 1991
International Institute for Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal, Zoetermeer
International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association / Est. 1989
30 Per Cent Club
European Federation of National Associations of Water and Waste Water Services / Est. 1975
International Environmental Technology Centre / Est. 1992
Avicenna Project / Est. 1995
FACE Foundation / Est. 1990
European Water and Wastewater Industry Association / Est. 1977
Latin American and Caribbean Water Supply and Sewerage Undertakings Association / Est. 1990
IEA Clean Coal Centre / Est. 1975
Alliance for Synthetic Fuels in Europe / Est. 2006

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World Problems relating to Effluent

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Health effects of tobacco smoking
Health hazards of passive smoking
Faecal incontinence
Malodorous fumes
Emissions from combustion engines
Threatened species of Scarabaeidae
Photochemical oxidant formation
Inadequate toilet facilities
Electromagnetic pollution
Exploitation of fossil fuels
Lead as an environmental pollutant
Inappropriate sanitation facilities
Radioactive wastes
Excreting in public places
Increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide
Air pollution from forest fires
Discharge of dangerous substances into sewage systems
Pollution of water by infected faeces
Untreated animal excreta
Irritant fumes
Gaseous air pollutants
Unhygienic recreational contact with sewage
Disorders of the bowel
Insalubrity of animal excrement in urban environments
Threatened habitats of wastewater treatment areas

Action Strategies relating to Effluent

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Purifying effluents and emissions
Controlling industrial effluents with precautionary measures based on life-cycle analysis
Establishing global greenhouse trading system
Developing policy on climate change
Developing information exchange on carbon dioxide emissions
Licensing carbon dioxide emissions
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions
Planning municipal sewage plants
Monitoring sewage as a pollutant
Meeting zero emissions target
Improving sewage management
Modernizing sanitary facilities
Establishing transferable pollution rights
Controlling transboundary emissions of persistent organic pollutants
Improving sewage treatment technology
Cleaning up dog excrement from pavements
Controlling transboundary emissions of heavy metal pollutants
Controlling transboundary emissions of nitrogen oxides
Reducing emissions of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere
Financing biodiversity conservation through emissions trading
Enforcing air quality controls
Using management programmes to reduce emissions of persistent organic pollutants
Using economic instruments to reduce emissions from persistent organic pollutants
Controlling transboundary air pollution
Controlling emissions of persistent organic pollutants from mobile sources

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