Department of Environmental Chemistry

 
 

Our research are mainly focus on fate and bioavailability of different contaminants in environment as well as the development and improvement of analytical methods to study these contaminants. Most recent works are focused on fate of nanoparticles in soil, sediment and sewage sludges and the effect of these materials on living organisms. We also investigate the use of biochars, activated carbon and carbon nanotubes as an adsorbent  for organic contaminants removal from water, soil and sewage sludge. The important part of our research are photocatalysis for water treatment.

About Department of Environmental Chemistry

Department of Environmental Chemistry, University of Maria Skłodowska-Curie in Lublin Pl. Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej 3, 20-031 Lublin Poland

tel. +48 81 537 55 15; fax: +48 81 537 55 65

Dr hab. Patryk Oleszczuk, prof. UMCS

Dr Bożena Czech

Dr Wiesława Ćwikła-Bundyra

Dr Marcin Kuśmierz

Dr Agnieszka Marcewicz-Kuba

Mgr Jarosław Madej

Mgr Michał Kołtowski

Dr inż. Izabela Jośko (UP Lublin)

Mgr Magdalena Stefaniuk

Mgr Anna Zielińska

Mgr Aleksandra Bogusz

News

November 5. New papers accepted to Environ. Pollut. (PAHs in bioags residue) and Chem. Eng. J. (Review paper about nZVI). Congratulation for Magda ! Links will be posted soon.

September 18. Surfactants decrease nanoparticles toxicity to Daphnia magna. New paper accepted to Ecotoxicology>>>

September 10. New paper about toxicological properties of activated carbon or biochar-amended different soils accepted to Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry. Congratulation for Michał!

August 14. Three new papers accepted for publications. Congratulations for Bożena, Ola and Magda!

June 6. Ania’s next manuscript about PAHs sorption by sewage sludge-derived biochars accepted to Bioresource Technology. Congratulation!

June 5. Magda’s first manuscript has been accepted and already published on-line in Journal of Hazardous Materials about residues from biogas production plants >>>














 Nanoparticles in the Environment





Fate and toxicity different nano-materials in soils, sediments and sewage sludges. Effect of nanparticles on fate and toxicity of organic and inorganic pollutants.

Nanoparticles in the Environment






Fate and toxicity different nano-materials in soils, sediments and sewage sludges. Effect of nanparticles on fate and toxicity of organic and inorganic pollutants.

  Biochar Use for Bioremediation





Application of biochar to reduce toxicity and bioavailability of organic and inorganic contaminants.

  Biochar Use for Bioremediation






Application of biochar to reduce toxicity and bioavailability of organic and inorganic contaminants.

                 Ecotoxicology






Determination of toxicity of inorganic and organic contaminants in different matrices: soils, sediments and sewage sludges.

                 Ecotoxicology







Determination of toxicity of inorganic and organic contaminants in different matrices: soils, sediments and sewage sludges.

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    Monitoring of Contaminants





Fate and toxicity different nanomaterials in soils, sediments and sewage sludges. Effect of nanparticles on fate and toxicity of organic and inorganic pollutants.

    Monitoring of Contaminants






Fate and toxicity different nanomaterials in soils, sediments and sewage sludges. Effect of nanparticles on fate and toxicity of organic and inorganic pollutants.

        Environmental catalysis





Use of photocatalysts for removing of emerging organic pollutants from water.

        Environmental catalysis






Use of photocatalysts for removing of emerging organic pollutants from water.

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