Performance of downpipe treatment system for removal of dissolved metals from roof runoff (2021)
Gregoire Carai N
CitationCharters F, Gregoire Carai N, Cochrane T (2021). Performance of downpipe treatment system for removal of dissolved metals from roof runoff. Environmental Technology and Innovation.
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Keywordswaste mussel shells; limestone; zeolite; zinc; copper
ANZSRC Fields of Research40 - Engineering::4004 - Chemical engineering::400411 - Water treatment processes
41 - Environmental sciences::4105 - Pollution and contamination::410504 - Surface water quality processes and contaminated sediment assessment
41 - Environmental sciences::4103 - Environmental biotechnology::410399 - Environmental biotechnology not elsewhere classified
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