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  • Rasanga, K.L.D.C.; Devaisy, S. (General Sir John Kotelawala Defence University, 2022-09-29)
    Aquaculture has significant effects on the environment, the discharge of aquaculture wastewater without treatment causes several environmental impacts such as destruction of natural habitats, reduction in the abundance and ...
  • Uduwarage, U.D.T.M.; Devaisy, S. (South Eastern University of Sri Lanka, 2021-11-30)
    In Sri Lanka, about 95% of the population consume rice as their staple food. The increase of the population leads to an increment of the number of rice mills to meet the demand. This resulted in the generation of huge ...
  • Devaisy, S.; Kandasamy, J.; Nguyen, T.V.; Ratnaweera, H.; Vigneswaran, S. (MDPI, 2023-06-15)
    In this article, an extensive examination is provided on the possible uses of membranes and hybrid processes in wastewater treatment. While membrane technologies face certain constraints, such as membrane fouling and ...
  • Devaisy, S.; Kandasamy, J.; Aryal, R.; Johir, M.A.H.; Ratnaweera, H.; Vigneswaran, S. (MDPI, 2023-01-20)
    Reverse osmosis concentrate (ROC) produced as the by-product of the reverse osmosis process consists of a high load of organics (macro and micro) that potentially cause eco-toxicological effects in the environment. Previous ...
  • Devaisy, S.; Kandasamy, J.; Nguyen, T.V.; Johir, M.A.H.; Ratnaweera, H.; Vigneswaran, S. (MDPI, 2022-11-16)
    Dual membrane hybrid systems generally produce reclaimed water for non-potable uses by blending microfiltered biologically treated sewage effluent (BTSE) and reverse osmosis (RO) permeate. This reclaimed water is found to ...

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