Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals: Fate, Detection and Remediationprovides both the practical and theoretical aspects of the origin and removal of EDCs. The book integrates in one system all relevant research in monitoring, detection and control, and provides a multi-barrier approach to managing EDCs that helps relevant stakeholders take preventive measures for the risks associated with EDCs in the environment (e.g., water, wastewater, soil and other natural ecosystems). The book not only provides a technological solution for managing these emerging pollutants but also comprehensively treats the origin, fate, and mechanisms of EDCs.
This makes the book an indispensable source of information for researchers to develop sustainable, affordable and commercially viable monitoring and remedial systems.
- Crucial resource for the development of sustainable, affordable and commercially viable monitoring and remedial systems
- Describes existing removal methodologies, along with the discussion on the future scope of improvement in terms of their efficiency and deployment
- Elucidates both practical and theoretical aspects of EDCs origin, monitoring and removal