Management and Water Quality

Objectives

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General characterization

Code

10745

Credits

6.0

Responsible teacher

Maria Manuela Malhado Simões Ribeiro

Hours

Weekly - 4

Total - 82

Teaching language

Português

Prerequisites

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Bibliography

Gestão estratégia: Conceitos, modelos e instrumentos by António J. Robalo Santos. Escolar Editora, 2008
Water utilization, energy utilization and waste water management in the dairy industry: a review by Rad, R. J., Lewis, M.J, Int. J. Dairy Technol. 67 (1), 1-20, 2014
The Management of Water Quality and Irrigation Technologies. Edited by Jose Albiac & Ariel Dinar, 2009
Wastewater Engineering: Treatment and Reuse by George Tchobanoglous et al. Fifht edition, McGraw-Hill. Boston, 2014
Water Resources Management, An International Journal Published for the European Water Resources Association (EWRA), Vo. 21, Issue 1, pp: 35-48, 49-62, 79-95, 97-110, 171-184, 2007
A new indicator to estimate the efficiency of water and energy use in agro-industries by Beatriz Carrasquer et al. Journal of Cleaner Production, 143, pp.462-473, 2017

Teaching method

Lectures and experimental classes. In the experimental sessions, students are invited to apply advanced theoretical and analytical skills in the analysis of water composition. Titration, selective electrode and chromatographic methods are used to analyze surface and groundwater.  Design of a project about water management and planning including scientific literature research. Field trips to a waste water treatment station and a water supply system.

Evaluation method

Tradução em curso.

Subject matter

Introduction to basic management concepts.   Water management. Water uses and scarcity. Economic,   social and environmental value of surface and groundwater. Technologies and methodologies that   support a sustainable water use. Public and private policies of water use   and management. Laws and legal frame. Management units (hydrographical basin   and aquifer system). Water quality and suitability for human   activities (municipal, agricultural, industrial and mining). Physical,   chemical, radioactive and bacteriological indicators of water quality. Natural and artificial resources of   water. Recycling and reuse of water in urban, industrial and agro industrial   systems. Protecting water quality. Pollutants and   water treatment systems.