Journal of Water Pollution and Control is an open access peer reviewed periodical aimed to cause and source of water pollution and way of controlling it. The Journal is committed to provide a referencial with related studies such as: pollutants, bodies of water, biological communities, water resource policy, ground water, chemicals, pathogens, micro-organisms, bacteria, thermal pollution, biodiversity, ecosystem, sewage treatment, industrial waste water treatment, agricultural waste water treatment.
Every individual manuscript is subject to stringent peer-review process. In addition to Research Articles, the Journal also publishes high quality Commentaries, Reviews, Perspectives, and Case Reports for encapsulating the latest findings in the field.
The complete editorial team at the Journal of Water Pollution and Control takes immense pride in facilitating rapid publishing of articles, and ensuring barrier-free distribution of its content through its online open access format.
The Journal of Water Pollution and Control invite authors to share their valuable findings in the field.
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The main aim of the Journal of Water Pollution & Control is to publish high quality research works and provide Open Access to the articles using this platform. The Journal offers a rapid and time bound review and publication that freely disseminates research findings related to Water Pollution & Control. Journal of Water Pollution & Control caters to the requirements of the ecologists, researchers, lab professionals, students, academicians, and industry that is involved in Environmental studies. It increases convenience, influence, and improvement power.
Author(s): John Hoornbeek
I am pleased to have an opportunity to contribute to this first issue of the Journal of Water Pollution and Control. After having spent much of my professional career working on issues relating to pub ... Read More
Author(s): Shakti Rath and Bidyut Kumar Patra
Antibiotic resistance is a major public health concern and this phenomenon has been continuously increasing in environmental settings. Aquatic environments, which are often affected by anthropogenic a ... Read More
Author(s): Miklas Scholz and Kerry ST Frost
This article describes a water storage and management device. The new technology is centered on a float operated valve. The valve design allows for remote control of a liquid medium with a container. ... Read More
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