- Full text PDF available (13)
- This year (1)
- Last 5 years (23)
- Last 10 years (44)
Journals and Conferences
This research focuses on recycling in developing countries as one form of sustainable municipal solid waste management (MSWM). Twenty-three case studies provided municipal solid waste (MSW)… (More)
The uptake of naphthalene has been investigated in the metabolizing cells of Pseudomonas fluorescens utilizing [1-14C]naphthalene. The uptake displayed an affinity constant (Kt) of 11 microM and a… (More)
The objective of this study is to compare the removal of Taenia eggs to the removal of Ascaris eggs in a wastewater stabilization pond system consisting of three ponds in series, where the hydraulic… (More)
The majority of population growth in developing countries will occur in small cities closely linked to agricultural zones, with poor access to water and sanitation. Wastewater management priorities… (More)
A set of indicators that incorporate environmental, societal, and economic sustainability were developed and used to investigate the sustainability of different wastewater treatment technologies, for… (More)
Urban water treatment plants rely on energy intensive processes to provide safe, reliable water to users. Changes in influent water quality may alter the operation of a water treatment plant and its… (More)
To employ technologies that sustainably harvest resources from wastewater (for example struvite granules shown here), new perceptions and infrastructure planning and design processes are required.
Improved sanitation is considered equally important for public health as is access to improved drinking water. However, the world has been slower to meet the challenge of sanitation provision for the… (More)
Sustainable living will require megacity-level infrastructural support designs and paradigms.
Energy and resource consumptions required to treat and transport wastewater have led to efforts to improve the environmental sustainability of wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs). Resource recovery… (More)