Monday, 29 May 2017 08:41

The Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Technology grant  Master's Degree to the student Thaer Fares Jawad for his thesis entitled "Elimination of Medical Contaminants Using Two Different Types of Solar Reactors".

The discussion committee was appointed by Dr. Mohamed Abdel-Attia El-Sarraj, Senior Administrative Affairs Officer at the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the National Council of Higher Education, Dr. Anam Akram Sabri and Dr. Farah Taleb Jassim, From the University of Technology and Dr. Amer Hamid Majid from Mustansiriya University scientific resident.

The researchers found that the use of human and veterinary antibiotics and the presence of small amounts in the aquatic environment around the world, proved that traditional treatment methods are unable to remove stable and non-biodegradable compounds and this has increased concerns about the risks of potential environmental toxicity and spread Antibiotics resistance In bacterial communities, the main objective of this study was to remove some medicinal compounds from wastewater by using two different types of solar energy reactors through advanced oxidation processes.


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