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M., Gryta M., Morawski A. W.: Study on the concentration of acids by membrane distillation, J. Membrane Sci. , 1995 , 102, 113 - 122. Tomaszewska M., Gryta M., Morawski A. W.: Recovery of hydrochloric acid from metal pickling solutions by membrane distillation, Sep. Pur. Tech., 22 - 23 ( 2001 ) 591 - 600. Scott K.: Handbook of Industrial Membranes, Elsevier Ltd, 1997 . Bodzek M., Korus I., Loska K.: Application of hybrid complexation-ultrafiltration process for removal of metal ions from galvanic wastewater, Desalination , 121, 1999 , 117 - 121. Karakulski K

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Background In recent years, microalgae have received more attention in applied biotechnological studies in various aspects of energy ( 1 ), water ( 2 ) and high added-value bioproducts ( 3 ). Considering the economic aspects of integrating algae technology into a municipal wastewater treatment plant (WWTP), use of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Technoeconomic Analysis could help to find a viable market position for the technology ( 4 , 5 , 6 , 7 ). At the moment large-scale wastewater-integrated algae facilities have not emerged in spite of the promising

1 Introduction Increasing demand for energy carriers, including coke, increases the production of this fuel, which in turn leads to an increase in the amount of industrial wastewater that is very burdensome for the environment. Current coke wastewater treatment technologies require action to meet the above mentioned needs of the increasing amount of such waste water and the growing market demand for new or improved environmentally friendly technologies. Due to the fact that the legal regulations in the field of industrial waste water treatment are more and more

References Hupka J., Miler J. D.: Environmental technology of oil pollution. The Second International Conference on Analysis and Utilization of Oily Wastes AUZO'99, August 29- September 3, 1999, Gdańsk, Poland,. Gryta M., Karakulski K., Morawski A. W.: Purification of oily wastewater by hybrid UF/MD, Water Research , 2001, 35 3665 - 3669. In-Soung, Chang-Mo, Seung-Ho Han, Treatment of oily wastewater by ultrafiltration and ozone, Desalination , 2001, 133 225 - 232. Nordvik Atle B., Simmons James L., Bitting Kenneth R., Lewis Alun, Strom-Kristiansen Tove: Oil

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.CHROMA.2005.05.051. Grabic R et al. (2012) Multi-residue method for trace level determination of pharmaceuticals in environmental samples using liquid chromatography coupled to triple quadrupole mass spectrometry, Talanta. Elsevier, 100, pp. 183—195. doi: 10.1016/J.TALANTA.2012.08.032. Kasprzyk-Hordern B, Dinsdale RM and Guwy AJ (2009) The removal of pharmaceuticals, personal care products, endocrine disruptors and illicit drugs during wastewater treatment and its impact on the quality of receiving waters, Water Research. Pergamon, 43(2), pp. 363—380. doi: 10.1016/J

/the-wet-wipes-box-says-flush-but-the-new-york-city-sewer-system-says-dont.html?_r=1 (access: 23.04.2016). [3] Bjorkman M., Disposable Wipes Threaten Wastewater Systems , Pumps & Systems, Issue September 2015. [4] DWA, Feuchttücher , KA Betriebsinfo, Issue 01.2016, 2428–2434. [5] Karadagli F., Rittman B. et al., Effect of Turbulence on the Disintegration Rate of Flushable Consumer Products , Water Environment Research, Issue May 2012. [6] Karadagli F., Rittman B. et al., Development of a Mathematical Model for Physical Disintegration of Flushable Consumer Products in Wastewater , Water Environment Research, 81(5):459-65, June 2009. [7] Eren

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