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|Title:||Workgroup A. BioBricks. The Fate and Effetct of Sewage Sludge-Based Bricks on Human Health and Water Resource Quality||Authors:||Barna, Cristian Radu
|Keywords:||Sewage sludge-based bricks; Waste management; Toxic leaching; Database||Issue Date:||2013||Publisher:||EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste||Source:||Cristian Radu Barna, Damir Čjepa, Codromaz Federica, Goran Gajski, Danijela Kodnik, Dema Kopliku, Natalya Kulyk, "Workgroup A. BioBricks. The Fate and Effetct of Sewage Sludge-Based Bricks on Human Health and Water Resource Quality" in: Stefano Brumat, Diana Frausin (eds.) "DIAnet International School Proceedings 2013. Interdisciplinary Methods for the Sustainable Development of the Danube Region. Gorizia, 13rd - 22nd April 2013", Trieste, EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2013, pp. 45-54.||Series/Report no.:||DIANET International School Proceedings 2013||Abstract:||The overall project goal is to prevent water pollution in the River Basin of the Danube’s stretch crossing Croatia, Serbia and Hungary, coming from the use of sewage sludge-based bricks in house construction, which despite representing a solution to the ever increasing problem of waste management and determining a reduction of the clay needed for construction, may pose environmental and health dangers if not properly used, due to leaching of toxic substances and heavy metals into the waters. The project aims at creating a comprehensive database on SSBB environmental and health effects; developing a guideline for SSBB manufacturers on standardised SSBB production, and increasing the awareness and knowledge of manufacturers and consumers on possible negative effects and the proper handling/use of SSBBs.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10077/9337|
|Appears in Collections:||Interdisciplinary Methods for the sustainable development of Danube Region, Gorizia, 13rd - 22nd April 2013|
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