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  1. Integrated wastewater/Renewable Energy Projects

  2. Drinking water supply and sanitary services in México 100 100 100 92 88 87 81 76 76 75 80 60 Drinking water % population 38 Sanitary service 40 20 0 Brazil USA Guatemala Mexico China 100 80 60 Source: “Estadísticas del Agua en México” SEMARNAT, CNA (2010) Drinking water acceso al servicio % de población con Sanitary service 40 20 0 D.F México Puebla Tlaxcala Veracruz

  3. Surface Agricultural Domestic Industrial Other Ground water Agricultural Domestic Industrial Other Water extraction and use in Mexico* Used volume (hm3/year) • Raw water extraction in Mexico* • Surface: 45.1 km3 • Sub-surface: 27.4 km3 • 72.5 km3 • Water use: • Agricultural • Industrial • Domestic Used volume (hm3/year) *Surce: CNA, 2010

  4. Mortality by diarrheic illnesses in children under 5 years old, 2003 and 2004

  5. Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) Capable to generate non selective, highly oxidizing species. Able to degrade organic compounds or mineralize it to CO2 and water. Some AOPs may use solar radiation as driven force in restoration processes. Solar photocatalysis(SP) is the AOP currently in use for water treatment

  6. Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) Homogeneous photocatalysis (Fenton and Fenton-like)

  7. Solar photocatalytic detox Degradación de colorantes

  8. Solar photocatalytic detox

  9. Solar photocatalytic disinfection

  10. Solar photocatalytic disinfection

  11. Solar photocatalytic disinfection

  12. Solar photocatalytic disinfection

  13. Conclussions Water decontamination and disinfection is possible using solar driven advanced oxidation processes. Fenton and Fenton like processes demonstrate high efficiency for organic pollutants degradation in short periods of time. Some of these processes are currently on use at industrial application in developed countries. It is interesting assess the feasibility of using experience generate so far for applications in our country.

  14. Acknowledgements Jordana Castillo (UDLAP) VeronicaAurioles (UDLAP) Liliana González (UAEM) Eduardo Velez (CIDETEQ) Gerardo Martínez (UDLAP) Prof. J. Luis Sanchez (UDLAP) Prof. DionDionysiu(UC) Prof. Patrick Dunlop (UU) NSF CONACyT Fundacion MAPFRE European Union OAS EPA P3

  15. Thankyou erick.bandala@udlap.mx www.udlap.mx