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dc.contributor.author AVILES FLORES, MARTHA
dc.contributor.author GARRIDO HOYOS, SOFIA ESPERANZA
dc.contributor.author ESTELLER ALBERICH, MARIA VICENTA
dc.contributor.author DE LA PAZ, J.S.
dc.contributor.author NAJERA, C.
dc.contributor.author CORTES, J.
dc.creator AVILES FLORES, MARTHA; 54060
dc.creator GARRIDO HOYOS, SOFIA ESPERANZA; 19387
dc.creator ESTELLER ALBERICH, MARIA VICENTA; 19385
dc.creator DE LA PAZ, J.S.;;
dc.creator NAJERA, C.;;
dc.creator CORTES, J.;;
dc.date.accessioned 2016-10-18T16:52:45Z
dc.date.available 2016-10-18T16:52:45Z
dc.date.issued 2013-12
dc.identifier.citation Avilés, M., Garrido, S.E., Esteller, M.V., De La Paz, J.S., Najera, C., Cortés J. (2013) Removal of groundwater arsenic using a household filter with iron spikes and stainless steel. Journal of Environmental Management. 131:103-109 es
dc.identifier.issn 0301-4797
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11799/58663
dc.description.abstract Arsenic (As) in groundwater for domestic use poses a worldwide threat to public health, most notably in rural areas. The aims of this study were: first, determine groundwater composition in a mining area in central Mexico (Huautla); second, assess As exposure through human groundwater consumption and; third, develop and test a household filter to obtain drinking water for these rural communities. From the 17th century through the 1990s, mines in the area produced Ag-galena and sphalerite from volcanic rock. Groundwater flooded the mines when they were abandoned due to low silver prices. Local households now use the water to meet domestic needs.Water from the mines was found to have high As content (0.04e0.26 mg L_1) and Fe, Mn, Pb and Cd were also above Mexican drinking water standards and WHO guidelines. All the population in the Huautla community was exposed to the metalloid through water used in food preparation. The best As removal was obtained with a filter using oxidized commercial fiber (HCl 2N as oxidant).Concentrations in the effluent were below Mexican drinking water standards (0.025 mg As L_1 water) during the 105-day (2520 h) filter operation, with a maximum As removal efficiency of 95.4%. The household filter was simple, low-cost and may be very attractive for As removal in rural areas in developing countries. es
dc.language.iso eng es
dc.publisher Journal of Environmental Management es
dc.relation.ispartofseries Vol.;131
dc.rights openAccess es
dc.rights.uri http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0
dc.subject groundwater arsenic es
dc.subject household filter with iron es
dc.subject mining area es
dc.subject Huautla es
dc.subject.classification BIOLOGÍA Y QUÍMICA
dc.title Removal of groundwater arsenic using a household filter with iron spikes and stainless steel es
dc.type Artículo es
dc.provenance Científica es
dc.road Dorada es
dc.ambito Internacional es
dc.audience students
dc.audience researchers
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  • Removal of groundwater arsenic using a household filter with iron spikes and stainless steel
  • Autor
  • AVILES FLORES, MARTHA
  • GARRIDO HOYOS, SOFIA ESPERANZA
  • ESTELLER ALBERICH, MARIA VICENTA
  • DE LA PAZ, J.S.
  • NAJERA, C.
  • CORTES, J.
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  • 2013-12
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  • Journal of Environmental Management
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  • groundwater arsenic
  • household filter with iron
  • mining area
  • Huautla
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