Nanoremediation, which is the use of nanoparticles and nanomaterials for environmental remediation, is widely explored and proposed for preservation of ecosystems that suffer from the increase in human population, pollution, and urbanization. We herein report a critical analysis of nanotechnologies for water remediation by assessing their sustainability in terms of efficient removal of pollutants, appropriate methods for monitoring their effectiveness, and protocols for the evaluation of any potential environmental risks. Our purpose is to furnish fruitful guidelines for sustainable water management, able to promote nanoremediation also at European level. In this context, we describe new nanostructured polysaccharide-based materials obtained from renewable resources as alternative efficient and ecosafe solutions for water nano-treatment. We also provide eco-design indications to improve the sustainability of the production of these materials, based on life-cycle assessment methodology.
|Titolo:||Environmentally sustainable and ecosafe polysaccharide-based materials for water nano-treatment: an eco-design study|
|Citazione:||Corsi, I., Fiorati, A., Grassi, G., Bartolozzi, I., Daddi, T., Melone, L., et al. (2018). Environmentally sustainable and ecosafe polysaccharide-based materials for water nano-treatment: an eco-design study. MATERIALS, 11(7).|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|
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