Aims and Scope

JETI encompasses a wide range of air, soil, and water management research, emerging technology and nanotechnology, with a focus on scientific and engineering solutions to environmental concerns that arise as a result of industrialization and urbanization. Interdisciplinary issues and multi-regional/global implications of environmental contamination (including eco-system and human health) as well as scientific and engineering elements of emerging technologies are favored. The Journal’s scope covers, but is not limited to, the following topics:

Emerging Technologies

Educational technology, information technology, nanotechnology, biotechnology, robotics, and artificial intelligence and other related topics are all part of this domain. This section covers more in-depth scientific insights in the areas of nanotechnology and its application, internet of things (IOT), and GIS mapping and its application are favored.

Renewable Energy & Waste Management

Waste energy recovery, incineration, landfills, and green energy are all options.

This section covers more in-depth scientific and engineering knowledge in the areas of renewable energy production, waste-to-energy conversion technologies, resource recovery from wastes, zero waste, hazardous waste treatment, waste-related soil remediation, and biochar, in addition to traditional waste treatment and recycling.

Environmental Biotechnology & Ecology

Nano-biosensors and sensing devices to monitor environmental harmful chemicals are some of the specific subjects being addressed in this area. Ecotechnology, habitat reconstruction, restoration ecology, ecosystem conservation, ecosystem rehabilitation, stream and river restoration, wetland restoration, and aspects of ecology are all covered in the Environmental Ecology and Eco-engineering domain.

Physical & Chemical Technology

Novel environmental technologies related to physical and/or chemical approaches are covered intensively where a major interest specifically on advanced oxidation, adsorption, granular filtration, membrane filtration and disinfection. Photoelectrochemical technologies and nanotechnologies for water treatment as well as other interdisciplinary topics of the aforesaid topics are encouraged greatly.

Environmental System Engineering

The section focuses on using system engineering principles to handle difficult environmental issues such water resource management, soil and groundwater pollution, and integrated environmental management. Optimization and development of physicochemical and biological processes, monitoring and control of contaminants, simulation and modeling for pollutant fate and transport, and water reuse systems are all topics of interest.

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