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Journal of Research in Environmental Health
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Journal of Research in Environmental Health

Title: Journal of Research in Environmental Health

ISO Abbreviation: J Res. Environ Health

Frequency: Quarterly

Editor in Charge: Dr. Hosein Alidadi

Editor in Chief: Dr. Aliasghar Najafpoor

Managing Editor: Dr. Maryam Sarkhosh

ISSN: 2423-5202

Email: Jreh@mums.ac.ir

The Journal of Research in Environmental Health (JREH) is a peer-reviewed, Quarterly  publication by Mashhad University of Medical Sciences (MUMS), Mashhad, Iran . The Journal of "JREH” is a modern forum for scientific communication.

JREH is open access & submissions are FREE. Journal publishes original research articles, review articles, and clinical studies in all areas of environmental and public health.

Investigation of removal of Zinc Metal from leachate Using Modified Banana Skin adsorbent

maryam bahiraei

Volume 9, Issue 2 , August 2023


  Background and purpose: Urban waste leachate due to had organic matter, minerals and heavy metals as one of the environmental problems has require treatment. Surface absorption is one of the methods used in absorbing contaminants by absorbent materials. In this study, the efficiency of removal of zinc ...  Read More

The effect of mineral hot water springs on the quality of the river based on toxicity indicators (case study: the effect of Ghaynarjeh Nir hot spring on the Balkhlichai river)

Shayesteh Keivan; mehran khojasteh; Niayesh Shayesteh; mohammad javad khani; FARZAD zahmati; vahid vahid fard

Volume 9, Issue 2 , August 2023


  Background & objective: Balkhli River, which flows into Yamchi Dam, is the main supplier of drinking water in Ardabil City. This research aims to investigate the effect of the Ghaynarjeh Spring on Balkhli River based on surface waters quality indices.Materials & Methods: First, monthly monitoring ...  Read More

Production and characterization of liquid fertilizer from urban sewage biological sludge

Maryam Namdari; Mohammad Reza Atabaki

Volume 9, Issue 2 , August 2023


  Background and Objectives: Today, sewage sludge disposal methods include drying, burning and application in land, but each of these methods has its own vulnerability. Sewage sludge management is difficult not only because of high levels of production, but also because of high concentrations of heavy ...  Read More

Investigating the resistance of soil bacteria to antibiotics in Hamadan municipal and hospital waste Land fills

samira abduolrahimi; ali akbar safari sinegani

Volume 9, Issue 2 , August 2023


  Background and purpose: Municipal and hospital waste land fills that have various contaminants, especially pharmaceuticals, provide a suitable habitat for resistant bacteria which play a special role in the transfer of resistance genes. Therefore, the abundance of microorganisms and the antibiotic resistance ...  Read More

The study of the feeding behavior of Galleria mellonella larvae from polyethylene plastic and the detection of functional groups in the production of biomass, with Fourier, transform infrared spectrometry

Hamed Ramezani Awal Riabi; Ali Reza Mohammad zadeh; Alireza mirzahosseini; Ali Firoozi; Jalil Imani Hasrini

Volume 9, Issue 2 , August 2023


  Background and purpose: Today, polyethylene plastics have become a big problem of environmental health, i.e. excessive production of waste, and it has endangered the environment. But insects have come to the aid of the environment, and in the meantime, the large wax-eating moth (Galleria mellonella) ...  Read More

Assessment of level and source identification of heavy metals in the surface soil of the roadside: A case study

Nayereh Sadat Hosseini; Soheil Sobhan Ardakani

Volume 9, Issue 2 , August 2023


  Background and Aim: Road transportation is one of the most important and main sources of metal pollution, which has turned roadside ecosystems into metal sensitive areas. Therefore, this study was conducted to analysis and source identification of Zn, Pb, Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Mn, and Ni in the surface soils ...  Read More

Investigating the factors affecting compliance with health issues affecting the corona virus in the workplace (case study: Khorasan Razavi Regional Water Company)

aliakbar dehghan; najmeh afsharkohan; batoul zarif gharaati oftadeh; mohammad Zanguoe; sedigheh majidian; Mohammad Rashidi; Reza Barati

Volume 9, Issue 2 , August 2023


  Introduction: Corona disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease that spread rapidly in the world and became a pandemic only a few months after the official announcement of the first reports. The purpose of this study is to determine the influencing factors on employees' compliance with health issues ...  Read More

Investigating the level of contamination and ecological risk of cadmium and lead metals in the soil downstream of the burial site (case study: Taibad city)

akram ghorbani; Mohammad javad Alipoor; MOHAMMAD GHAFOORI

Volume 9, Issue 2 , August 2023


  Background and Purpose: Distribution of heavy metals in all types of sediments is one of the important and new topics in environmental sedimentology. This study was conducted with the aim of investigating the amount of factor pollution, concentration of cadmium and lead metals, geochemical accumulation ...  Read More

A study on the Simulation and Estimation of the urban air quality by using artificial intelligence (case study: Gholhak Station of Tehran (

Alireza Ehsanzadeh; Farhad Nejadkoorki; Ali Taleb

Volume 1, Issue 4 , February 2016, , Pages 285-296


  Background and objective: Air pollution in Tehran, because of high concentration of pollutants, has caused various diseases and many problems concerning the public health and welfare of citizens and also damages to the environment and living organisms.   Materials & Methods: Air Quality Index ...  Read More

Measuring the Heating value of municipal solid waste mixed with the output waste from processing facilities and comparing the results with Tanner triangle for assessment of combustibility of Waste (A case study on the garbage of Qazvin)

Vahid Jabari; Alireza Safari; Alireza Ranaei

Volume 1, Issue 4 , February 2016, , Pages 306-313


  Background and objective: In 1393, the daily average of waste produced in Qazvin was 300 tons that Per capita waste generation is 680 grams per person per day. To control these wastes, methods including composting, landfill and waste-to-energy conversion should be applied. The most common method of converting ...  Read More

Evaluation of Mashhad City Air Quality based on Air Quality Index (AQI), 2015

Damon Ketabi; Reza Esmaili; Hosein Alidadi; Roya Peirovi; Fatemeh Joulaei

Volume 2, Issue 3 , December 2016, , Pages 228-236


  Background and Objective: Air pollution is one of the current concerns. Human health has been faced with serious risks due to air pollution as a consequence of urbanization. Continuous monitoring of air quality to determine pollutants and identify their emissions sources are considered as the key strategies ...  Read More

Noise Pollution Measurement in Crowded Areas of Neyshabur during primary Three monthes of 2015

Ali akbar Mohammadi; Hossein Alidadi; Mohammad Bagher Delkhosh; Seyede Horriey Fallah; Abdoliman Amouei; Hosseinali Asgharnia; Vahid Taghavi manesh; Monireh Ghorbani

Volume 2, Issue 4 , March 2017, , Pages 276-284


  Background and purpose: Exposure to the environmental noise originated from traffic is common in urban areas, and can lead to the adverse health effects. Present study aimed to determine average Sound Level Index (SLI) and noise pollution in overcrowded areas of Neyshabur, Iran. Materials and methods: ...  Read More

The Investigation of the Chemical Properties and Maturation Degree of the Vermicompost obtained from the Wastes of Button Mushroom Production

Alireza Ranaee; Mahdi Mokhtari; Hosein Alidadi; Mohammad Hasan Ehrampoush

Volume 1, Issue 1 , January 2015, , Pages 49-59


  Background and objective: Mushroom cultivation has recently been developing in Iran with a production level of 90 tons per year.Approximately 5 kg of waste is generated by producing one kilogram of button mushrooms.These wastes could be refined by using vermicompost technology converting them into valuable ...  Read More

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