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Professor Thomas Donnelly
Spatial distribution of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in the biofilm and suspended growth biomass of the full- and partial-bed biological aerated filters2009
Dr Paul Sallis
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Anaerobic treatment of a chemical synthesis-based pharmaceutical wastewater in a hybrid upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor2008
Fatihah Suja
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Effect of full and partial-bed configuration on carbon removal performance of biological aerated filters2008
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Effect of media volume on mixing of biological aerated filters2008
Patiroop Pholchan
Dr Martin Jones
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Dr Paul Sallis
Fate of Estrogens during the Biological Treatment of Synthetic Wastewater in a Nitrite-Accumulating Sequencing Batch Reactor2008
Dr Joana Baptista
Professor Russell Davenport
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Professor Thomas Curtis
The microbial diversity of laboratory-scale wetlands appears to be randomly assembled2008
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Dr Paul Sallis
Determination of optimum operating conditions of an acidification reactor treating a chemical synthesis-based pharmaceutical wastewater2006
Worawan Nakbanpot
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Dr Corinne Mulley
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Effective and suitable methods to manage water and wastewater for households in Bangkok Metropolitan, Thailand2006
Worawan Nakbanpot
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Dr Corinne Mulley
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Effective and sustainable methods to manage household water and wastewater in Bangkok, Thailand: The Result of a Survey of Households2006
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Dr Corinne Mulley
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Effective and Sustainable Methods to Manage Household Water and Wastewater in Bangkok, Thailand: The Result of a Survey of Households2006
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Dr Corinne Mulley
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Effective and Sustainable Methods to Manage Household Water and Wastewater in Bangkok, Thailand: The Result of a Survey of Households.2006
Worawan Nakbanpot
Dr Charlotte Paterson
Dr Corinne Mulley
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Effective and sustainable methods to manage water use and wastewater production by Bangkok households2006
Professor Christian Hicks
Dr Oliver Heidrich
Professor Tom McGovern
Professor Thomas Donnelly
A functional model of supply chains and waste2004
Dr M Hossain
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Fate and effects of paracetamol in wastewater treatment systems2004
Roger Bird
Professor Barry Clarke
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Dr Oliver Heidrich
Dr Yongjian Huang
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Life Cycle and Sustainability Indices for Road Paving Materials2004
Dr Pratap Raval
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Challenges for sustainable urban water management in developing countries2003
Dr Pratap Raval
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Challenges towards sustainable urban water management in developing countries2003
Dr Joana Baptista
Professor Thomas Donnelly
David Rayne
Professor Russell Davenport
Microbial mechanisms of carbon removal in subsurface flow wetlands2003
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Carbon and Nitrogen Removal Characteristics of a Novel Jet Loop Membrane Bioreactor2002
Dr Joana Baptista
Professor Thomas Donnelly
David Rayne
Professor Russell Davenport
Carbon removal mechanisms in subsurface flow wetlands2002
Dr Pratap Raval
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Towards Sustainable Urban Water Management: An Application of Multi-Criteria Analysis to Wastewater Management2002
Professor Christian Hicks
Dr Oliver Heidrich
Professor Tom McGovern
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Waste management: a strategic supply chain issue2002
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Colour removal from a simulated dye wastewater using a two-phase Anaerobic packed bed reactor2001
Dr Oliver Heidrich
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Weighing up the costs of waste2001
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Attachment, strength and performance of a porous media in an upflow anaerobic filter treating dairy wastewater2000
Professor Thomas Donnelly
Dr Oliver Heidrich
The application of statistical techniques to determine waste management practices in industry2000