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2004-10-15Experimental investigation of adsorption-flocculation-microfiltration hybrid system in wastewater reuseGuo, WS; Vigneswaran, S; Ngo, HH; Chapman, H
2018-11-01Removal and degradation mechanisms of sulfonamide antibiotics in a new integrated aerobic submerged membrane bioreactor systemYu, Z; Zhang, X; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Wen, H; Deng, L; Li, Y; Guo, J
2015-01-01Enhancement of anammox performance in a novel non-woven fabric membrane bioreactor (nMBR)Ren, LF; Liang, S; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Ni, SQ; Liu, C; Zhao, YK; Hira, D
2016-03-23Comparing the value of bioproducts from different stages of anaerobic membrane bioreactorsKhan, MA; Ngo, HH; Guo, WS; Liu, YW; Zhou, JL; Zhang, J; Liang, S; Ni, BJ; Zhang, XB; Wang, J
2006-12-01Simple approaches towards the design of an attached-growth sponge bioreactor (AGSB) for wastewater treatment and reuseNgo, HH; Nguyen, MC; Sangvikar, NG; Hoang, TTL; Guo, WS
2017-07-01Impact of reactor configurations on the performance of a granular anaerobic membrane bioreactor for municipal wastewater treatmentChen, C; Guo, W; Ngo, HH; Chang, SW; Duc Nguyen, D; Dan Nguyen, P; Bui, XT; Wu, Y
2016-03-01Fabrication of hyperbranched polyamine functionalized graphene for high-efficiency removal of Pb(II) and methylene blueHu, L; Yang, Z; Cui, L; Li, Y; Ngo, HH; Wang, Y; Wei, Q; Ma, H; Yan, L; Du, B
2016-05-01Performance evaluation of powdered activated carbon for removing 28 types of antibiotics from waterZhang, X; Guo, W; Ngo, HH; Wen, H; Li, N; Wu, W
2015-04-03Effect of heavy metals in recycled water used for household laundry on quality of cloth and washing machinePham, TTN; Mainali, B; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Listowski, A; O Halloran, K; Miechel, C; Corby, N
2015-10-01Application of anaerobic granular sludge for competitive biosorption of methylene blue and Pb(II): Fluorescence and response surface methodologyShi, L; Wei, D; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Du, B; Wei, Q
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