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2014-01-01Arsenic waste from water treatment systems: Characteristics, treatments and its disposalNguyen, TV; Loganathan, P; Vigneswaran, S; Krupanidhi, S; Pham, TTN; Ngo, HH
2011-03-03Responses of community to the possible use of recycled water for washing machines: A case study in Sydney, AustraliaPham, TTN; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Dang, HPD; Mainali, B; Johnston, A; Listowski, A
2011-11-01Feasibility assessment of recycled water use for washing machines in Australia through SWOT analysisMainali, B; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Pham, TTN; Johnston, A
2013-05-01Maximum allowable values of the heavy metals in recycled water for household laundryMainali, B; Pham, TTN; Ngo, HH; Guo, W
2015-01-01Trace elements in road-deposited and waterbed sediments in Kogarah Bay, Sydney: Enrichment, sources and fractionationNguyen, TC; Loganathan, P; Nguyen, TV; Pham, TTN; Kandasamy, J; Wu, M; Naidu, R; Vigneswaran, S
2014-01-01Heavy metals in road-deposited and water sediments at Kogarah bay, Sydney: Enrichment, sources, and fractionationNguyen, TC; Loganathan, P; Nguyen, TV; Pham, TTN; Vigneswaran, S; Kandasamy, J; Wu, M; Naidu, R
2009-01-01Resident's strategy survey on a new end use of recycled water in AustraliaNgo, HH; Chuang, H; Guo, WS; Ho, DP; Pham, TTN; Johnston, A; Lim, R; Listowski, A
2015-01-01Effect 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
2011-01-01SWOT analysis to assist identification of the critical factors for the successful implementation of water reuse schemesMainali, B; Ngo, HH; Guo, WS; Pham, TTN; Wang, XC; Johnston, A
2013-10-01Vision and perception of community on the use of recycled water for household laundry: A case study in AustraliaMainali, B; Pham, TTN; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Miechel, C; O'Halloran, K; Muthukaruppan, M; Listowski, A
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