"Butanol recovery from a synthetic fermentation broth by vacuum distillation in rotating packed bed for improving the water reuse"
 Local wastewater treatment systems – a solution for Motor Rest Areas sewage purification?
 Comparación de la Degradación del colorante AB9 mediante un proceso Fenton-Anódico utilizando dos membranas separadoras en un reactor dividido
Jhonatan Jesús Hermosillo NevárezDone
 "VALORISATION OF WASTEWATER FROM TILAPIA AQUACULTURE BY CO-DIGESTION WITH FOOD WASTE THROUGH BIOCHEMICAL HYDROGEN PRODUCTION"
 Síntesis verde de nanopartículas de óxido de hierro y zinc sobre residuo de café, para tratamiento de agua con colorante índigo carmín proveniente del teñido textil
Jazmin Aydee Reyes PérezDone
 Efecto antiincrustante en membranas de nanocompositos de nanotubos de carbono con poliamida para desalinización de agua a escala industrial
Aaron Morelos GomezDone
 EFFECT OF ZIRCONIUM ON THE REMOVAL OF FLUORIDE BY ZR-HYDROTALCITE AND THEIR CALCINATION PRODUCTS
 Voltamperometric characterization of the reduction of dissolved oxygen to hydrogen peroxide
Danay Alexandra CharlesDone
 “Clarification of domestic wastewater using a biocoagulant based on Malva sylvestris”
Oswaldo Emmanuel Robles MirandaDone
 Evaluation of the effect of reaction time (RT) on the production of volatile fatty acids and hydrogen-rich biogas, in a dark fermentation process with suspended biomass from mezcal vinasses.
Sergio Alberto Díaz BarajasDone
Nowadays, aluminum sulfate is the most widely used coagulant for wastewater clarification. However, it is directly related to negative impacts on human health and the environment. One alternative to using this chemical compound is the production of biocoagulants. So, in this wok, the clarification efficiency of a biocoagulant obtained from Opuntia robusta in combination with aluminum sulfate was evaluated in domestic wastewater samples. An experimental design based on mixtures was developed. The numerical factor was the mass ratio of the coagulants to be used (Opuntia robusta and/or aluminum sulfate) in concentrations of 200 to 800 mg/L. The turbidity removal percentage was defined as the response. Ten experiments were performed in the jar test according to the experimental design. The physicochemical characteristics of the water (pH, temperature, conductivity, turbidity, and COD) were evaluated before and after the jar tests. The initial turbidity was 56.07 NTU, the results showed an optimal coagulant dose of 200 mg/L with a mass fraction of 0.3 of Opuntia robusta and 0.7 of aluminum sulfate, achieving a percentage of turbidity and COD removal of 67.63% and 72.66%, respectively. The use of the biocoagulant in the treatment does not significantly modify the water properties (pH, temperature, and conductivity). These results suggest using the biocoagulant obtained from Opuntia robusta in dual systems in the clarification of domestic wastewater.