Analisis de PPcPs (pharmaceutical and personal care products) en aguas residuales y suelos

Johana Andrea Velásquez Arias

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Los productos farmacéuticos y de higiene personal (PPcPs) son conocidos como contaminantes emergentes,  ampliamente usados  por la sociedad  moderna. Las estaciones depuradoras de aguas residuales (EDAR), mitigan la presencia de estos contaminantes emergentes en los efluentes que vierten al medio ambiente. La eficiencia de eliminación de las EDAR, varían en base a la precisión en la detección y en las técnicas utilizadas. Este estudio revisó literatura para estudios que informaron sobre la presencia de PPcPs en aguas, estaciones depuradoras de aguas residuales y suelos, las técnicas biológicas degradadoras utilizadas y la frecuencia de evaluaciones ecotoxicológicas. Tras la búsqueda bibliográfica, se obtuvieron 119 artículos relacionados con la presencia PPcPs en suelos y aguas, de los cuales el 7% son revisiones que incluyen datos de degradación por estrategias de biorremediación, técnicas físico-químicas, acumulación de PPcPs en aguas y plantas y efectos en los organismos, el 40% se centran en aguas superficiales y estaciones depuradoras de aguas residuales, el 28% en suelos irrigados con aguas residuales recuperadas o abonados con lodos de depuradoras y por último, solamente el 22% realizaron ensayos ecotoxicológicos en aguas y el 3% en suelos. A partir de estos resultados se puede concluir que, es necesario hacer énfasis en la realización de estudios sobre comunidades bacterianas con capacidad degradadora de PPcPS, así como la incorporación de ensayos ecotoxicológicos que confirmen la optimización del proceso.

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biorremediación; contaminantes emergentes; ecotoxicoogía; estaciones depuradoras de aguas residuales; PPcPs.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22490/21456453.1624

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