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Archives of Environmental Protection | 2021 | vol. 47 | No 1 |

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This paper presents the results of tests performed on an installation with an aerated microelectrolytic bed (MEL-bed) and sludge sedimentation. The systems were designed in two versions, differing in the aeration method, i.e., a mechanically aerated coagulator (MAC) and an automatically aerated coagulator (AAC). The experiment demonstrated a high (approx. 84%) efficiency of phosphorus removal from a model solution for both versions. The corroding bed was the source of iron in the solution. In the initial phase aeration method affected the phosphorus removal rate, flocculation and sedimentation processes. Physical and chemical changes in the MEL-bed packing were observed.
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Bartosz Libecki
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Tomasz Mikołajczyk
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  1. Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Environmental Management and Agriculture, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland
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Sulphonamides (SAs) are one of the most frequently detected anthropogenic micropollutants in the aquatic environment and their presence in it may pose a threat to living organisms. The aim of the study was to determine susceptibility of selected sulphonamides, i.e. sulfadiazine (SDZ) and sulfamethazine (SMZ), to degradation in the ozonation process and in enzymatic oxidation by unspecific peroxygenase extracted from Agrocybe aegerita mushroom ( AaeUPO). Moreover, the acute toxicity of the aqueous solution of the selected sulphonamides (SMZ and SDZ) before and after mentioned treatment processes were studied on the freshwater crustacean Daphnia magna. Initial concentrations were equal to 2×10-5 M for sulfadiazine and 1.8×10-5 M for sulfamethazine. The percentage of transformation for the O3 process was at the level 95% for both SDZ and SMZ (after 10 s of the process), whilst enzymatic oxidation of SDZ and SMZ by AaeUPO caused transformation efficiencies at the levels of 97% and 94% (after 1 minute of the process), respectively. The second order rate constants of selected sulfonamides with molecular ozone and fungal peroxidase were also determined in the research. EC50 (median effective concentration) values from toxicity test on D. magna were found in the range from 14.6% to 37.2%, depending on the type of the process. The conducted oxidation processes were efficient in degradation of selected sulphonamides. The toxicity of the mixtures before and after treatment was comparable and did not change significantly. The research have shown that biological processes are not always safer for living organisms compared to the chemical processes.
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Natalia Lemańska
1
Ewa Felis
2
Marzena Poraj-Kobielska
3
Zuzanna Gajda-Meissner
4
Martin Hofrichter
3

  1. EkoNorm Sp. z o.o., Katowice, Poland
  2. The Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland
  3. Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
  4. School of Life Sciences, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
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Improvements in water quality requires the removal of nitrogen compounds from wastewater. The most promising and cost-effective methods for this purpose are biological ones based on activated sludge microorganisms such as nitrifiers, denitrifiers, and anammox bacteria. Due to the most of the nitrogen removal bacteria are uncultivable in a laboratory, the application of the molecular tools is required to investigate microorganisms involved in the nitrogen removal. In case of this study for the analysis of relative genes abundance of nitrogen removal bacteria, quantitative PCR (qPCR) based on bacterial DNA and qPCR preceded by reverse transcription (RT-qPCR) based on bacterial mRNA as a template, were used with specific bacterial functional genes ( amoA, nrxA, nirS, nirK, hzo). Samples from four anammox sequencing batch reactors (SBRs) were analyzed, while the nitrogen removal process and bacteria growth were supported by biomass immobilization and nanoparticles addition. There were statistically significant differences between results obtained in the case of mRNA and DNA (p<0.05). Statistically significant positive correlations were found between results obtained with those two approaches. In case of mRNA analysis, positive results were obtained only for hzo, amoA and partly for nirS genes, despite additional purification and removal of inhibitors from samples prior to reaction.
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Anna Banach-Wiśniewska
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Filip Gamoń
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Aleksandra Ziembińska-Buczyńska
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  1. Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Power and Environmental Engineering, Environmental Biotechnology Department, Gliwice, Poland
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This paper presents investigations on the removal of cyclohexane and ethanol from air in polyurethane- -packed biotrickling filters, inoculated with Candida albicans and Candida subhashii fungal species. Results on process performance together with flow cytometry analyses of the biofilm formed over packing elements are presented and discussed. The results indicate that the presence of ethanol enhances the removal efficiency of cyclohexane from air. This synergistic effect may be attributed to both co-metabolism of cyclohexane with ethanol as well as increased sorption efficiency of cyclohexane to mineral salt medium in the presence of ethanol. Maximum elimination capacities of 89 g m-3 h-1 and 36.7 g m-3 h-1 were noted for cyclohexane and ethanol, respectively, when a mixture of these compounds was treated in a biofilter inoculated with C. subhashii. Results of flow cytometry analyses after 100 days of biofiltration revealed that about 91% and 88% of cells in biofilm remained actively dividing, respectively for C. albicans and C. subhashii species, indicating their good condition and ability to utilize cyclohexane and ethanol as a carbon source.
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Piotr Rybarczyk
1
Milena Marycz
1
Bartosz Szulczyński
1
Anna Brillowska-Dąbrowska
2
Agnieszka Rybarczyk
3
Jacek Gębicki
1

  1. Department of Process Engineering and Chemical Technology, Faculty of Chemistry, Gdańsk University of Technology
  2. Department of Molecular Biotechnology and Microbiology, Faculty of Chemistry, Gdańsk University of Technology
  3. Department of Histology, Faculty of Medicine, Medical University of Gdańsk
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A hydroponic trial was conducted to study the effect of chloride salinity in simulated effluent on Cd accumulation by tobacco. Leaf surface area (LSA) and root surface area (RSA) measurements were incorporated as possible determinants of Cd uptake rate by plants. Results showed that individual plant differences in Cd content were normalized when including RSA to express Cd uptake rates by plants but not including LSA. A biotic ligand model (BLM) fitted to predict Cd uptake, estimated active and almost linear uptake of the free Cd2+ ion by tobacco plants, while virtually no changes in the chloride complex (CdCl+) uptake were predicted, presumably due to a rapid saturation of the hypothetical root sorption sites at the concentrations used in this trial. Nicotiana tabacum var. K326 is evidenced to be a species potentially suitable for biological wastewater treatment using rhizofiltration at concentrations commonly found in salt-affected wastewater, with high Cd accumulation (185 to 280 mg/kgd.m.) regardless of water salinity and tolerance up to 80 mmol/L NaCl.
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Ulrico Javier Lopez-Chuken
1
Icela Dagmar Barceló-Quintal
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Evangelina Ramirez-Lara
1
Maria Elena Cantu-Cardenas
1
Juan Francisco Villarreal-Chiu
1
Julio Cesar Beltran-Rocha
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Claudio Guajardo-Barbosa
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Carlos Jesus Castillo-Zacarias
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Sergio Gomez-Salazar
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Eulogio Orozco-Guareno
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  1. Autonomus University of Nuevo Leon, (Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo León), Biotechnology and Nanotoxicology Research Center (CIBYN), Mexico
  2. Basic Science and Engineering Division, Metropolitan Autonomus University – Azcapotzalco Unit, Mexico
  3. Monterrey Technological Institute of Higher Studies (Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey) Mexico
  4. Exact Sciences and Engineering University Center (CUCEI).University of Guadalajara, Mexico
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The leachate problem is important and difficult to solve in Poland and in the world. The composition and their properties leachates depend on the age of the landfill, type of waste, climatic conditions and the mode of operation of the landfill. A significant part of landfilled waste is subject to so-called humification. This process stabilizes organic substances in the landfill and creates humic substances that penetrate into the leachate. The leaks contain many toxic impurities, such as PAHs, pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls and other substances hazardous to human health and life, which can be sorbed by humic substances. Leachates from three municipal landfills, differing in the characteristics of the stored waste, were studied. Fulvic acids (FAs) were extracted on the basis of affinity for specific solvents along with the use of sorption. The obtained acids were subjected to a qualitative analysis of the content of micro-impurities, essential elements forming the structure of the fulvic acid molecule, and their infrared spectra were tested. It has been noticed that with the age of waste deposited, the content of elemental carbon increases, and the amount of oxygen and hydrogen decreases. The degree of purity of fulvic acids was influenced by the time of waste storage, and the sulfur content depended on their characteristics. With the time of waste storage, the characteristics of the acids obtained were approaching humic acids, and the intensity of absorption bands clearly increased. The spectra obtained correlate well with those of fulvic acids available in the literature, and the findings provide scientific confirmation of the need for further research on the characteristics of fulvic acids.
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Tomasz Orliński
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Anna M. Anielak
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  1. Department of Environmental Engineering, Institute of Water Supply and Environmental Protection, Cracow University of Technology, Poland
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This study investigated the Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate (OPE) removal potentials of raw and treated industrial treatment sludges (ITS) at different pH. Experiments were conducted in a set of 500 ml Erlenmeyer flasks, into which OPE solutions of 300 ml with different initial concentrations (50–300 μg/l) were added into. Adsorption of Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate from an aqueous solution into ITS105 (T=105°C), ITS300 (T=300°C), ITS600 (T=600°C) and ITS450 (pyrolyzed, T=450°C) was carried out at a room temperature. The OPE adsorption rate increase in the treatment sludge processed at 600°C. As opposed to the sludge treated at 105°C, the adsorption rate decreased as the concentration increased. The reason for this was that the porous structure was degraded at 600°C, and the surface charge balance was disrupted. ITS300 had a lower adsorption capacity for Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate removal than ITS105, ITS600 and ITS450 (pyrolyzed). The treatment sludge pyrolyzed at 450°C conformed with the Freundlich isotherm at pH 4 (R2=0.94) and pH 7 (R2=0.89). The treatment sludge heat-treated at 600°C conformed with the Freundlich isotherm at pH 4 (R2=0.97), pH 7 (R2=0.98) and pH 10 (R2=0.99). Additionally, for ITS600, the Brunauer, Emmett and Teller (BET) isotherm was valid at neutral pH. The OPE adsorption coefficient for ITS600 at pH 4 and pH 7 was calculated as 1.05 L/μg and 1.083 L/μg, respectively. According to the BET isotherm (for ITS600) the qm values at pH 4 and pH 7 were respectively 8.21 μg/g and 2.92 μg/g. The temperature of the adsorption value obtained with the Temkin isotherm showed that the interaction between the OPE and the adsorbent substances was not a chemical or ionic interaction but probably a physical interaction.
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Ali Rıza Dinçer
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İbrahim Feda Aral
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  1. Namık Kemal University, Çorlu, Tekirdağ-Turkey
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In this work, source apportionment for unsupported 210Po was conducted. The activity size distributions of both supported and unsupported 210Po in urban aerosols were measured from February to December 2019. The results confirmed that the activity of 210Po in the atmosphere is significantly increased by additional 210Po content related to coal combustion by-product releases, especially in the cold winter season. The sources of this content are local emissions and long-range transport processes. Unsupported activity concentrations of 210Po and weather parameters (temperature, humidity, and wind velocity) were used for source apportionment from three heating systems.
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Magdalena Długosz-Lisiecka
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Karolina Nowak
1

  1. Lodz University of Technology, Institute of Applied Radiation Chemistry, Łódź, Poland
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The aspects of surface stability and groundwater exchange recognized by many researchers due to the intensification of agriculture and industry (manifested in, e.g., regulation and dredging of riverbed sediments of rivers) are now widely discussed on the international forum of water policy and management. It is essential to assess the spatial variability of water exchange through the river length and cross sections for the preparation of data and calculation of the groundwater flow model. This article presents research which describes the spatial distribution of the surface water-groundwater interaction within the river cross-section. Two measurement series were carried out to describe its variability. Additionally, a groundwater flow model was developed to simulate and represent the variable nature of water exchange in the hyporheic zone in the river’s cross-section. The model was successfully verified by means of measurements of water flux in the hyporheic zone. The precise spatial description of this variability is the first step to determine the possibility of introducing this variable in an accurate manner, within the limits of measurement uncertainties or simulation assumptions, in the construction of mathematical models of groundwater flow.
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Maria Grodzka-Łukaszewska
1
Zofia Pawlak
1
Grzegorz Sinicyn
1

  1. Faculty of Building Services, Hydro and Environmental Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
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Currently, due to reduced water resources, there is a need to build reservoirs in Poland. Reservoirs perform important economic, natural and recreational functions in the environment, improve water balance and contribute to fl ood protection. In the construction of reservoirs, it is necessary to consider not only hydrological issues related to water quantity, but also its quality, silting, and many other factors. Therefore, the physiographic, hydrological, hydrochemical, and hydrogeological conditions of the projected reservoirs have to be taken into account to limit the potential negative eff ects of decisions to build them. In order to assess the suitability of eight projected small water retention reservoirs (to increase water resources in the Barycz River catchment in Lower Silesia and Greater Poland provinces, this article takes into account hydrological indicators (efficiency of the reservoir, operation time, dependence on the intensity of silting, and flood hazard indicator), water quality (phosphorus load and nitrogen load), hydrogeological conditions (type of geological substratum for the reservoir basin and filtration losses), and safety of the reservoir dam. To develop a theoretical model describing the regularities between the indicators, multivariate statistical techniques were used, including the Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and the Factor Analysis (FA). In order to assess the reservoirs, a synthetic indicator was developed to compare the reservoirs with each other in relation to the conditions. The Cluster Analysis (CA) was used for typological classification of homogeneous locations of projected small retention reservoirs. Own research procedure for identification of the most advantageous water reservoirs, with the use of multivariate statistical techniques, may be used as a tool supporting decision making in other facilities intended for implementation in provincial projects of small retention.
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Mirosław Wiatkowski
1
Barbara Wiatkowska
2
Łukasz Gruss
1
Czesława Rosik-Dulewska
3
Paweł Tomczyk
1
Dawid Chłopek
1

  1. Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences, Institute of Environmental Engineering, Poland
  2. University of Opole, Institute of Socio-Economic Geography and Spatial Management, Poland
  3. Institute of Environmental Engineering Polish Academy of Sciences in Zabrze
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Variability of stress proteins concentration in caged carp exposed to transplantation experiment model dam reservoir was caused only by natural (climatic and biological) conditions. Thus, the reference data of stress proteins concentration range in young carp individuals were obtained. Metallothionein, HSP70 and HSP90 protein concentrations as biomarkers were assayed in the livers, gills and muscles of six-month-old (summer) or nine-month-old (autumn) carp individuals in relation to the site of encaging, season (summer or autumn), the term of sampling (1, 2 or 3 weeks after the transplantation) and tissue. Physicochemical analyses of the condition of water as well as pollution detection were conducted during each stage of the experiment. As the result of this study, the range of the variability of the stress protein concentration in young carp individuals was obtained. According to the analyses of the aquatic conditions of a reservoir with no detectable pollutants, we conclude that the variability in the stress protein concentration levels in the groups that were compared is solely the result of the natural conditions. Future regular monitoring of the reservoir using the transplantation method and young carp individuals will be both possible and reliable. Moreover, the range of variability in the stress protein concentrations that were measured in the young C. carpio individuals acquired from the model dam reservoir in relation to all of the studied factors may be applied in the monitoring of any other similar reservoir.
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Authors and Affiliations

Agnieszka Babczyńska
1
Monika Tarnawska
1
Piotr Łaszczyca
1
Paweł Migula
1
Bartosz Łozowski
1
Andrzej Woźnica
1
Ilgiz Irnazarow
2
Maria Augustyniak
1

  1. Institute of Biology, Biotechnology and Environmental Protection, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland
  2. Institute of Ichtyobiology and Aquaculture in Gołysz, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

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