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    Biodegradation of EDTA in pulp and paper mill effluents by activated sludge \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
    Ginkel, C.G. van \ Kester, H. \ Stroo, C.A. \ 1999
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    Inzicht in de waterkwaliteitsproblematiek in de boven-Citarum, Java, Indonesië \ H2O online [Artikel]
    Ginkel, K. van \ Augustijn, D. \ Geerling, G. \ 2017
    Het bovenste deel van de Citarum-rivier op Java is ernstig vervuild. Met behulp van data- en systeemanalyse is aangetoond dat deze vervuiling voornamelijk afkomstig is van industriegebieden en stedelijk gebied. Een systeem- en actorenanalyse laten zi ...
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    Design of the subsurface of land reclamations for freshwater storage and recovery : a new view on land reclamations [Proefschrift]
    Ginkel, Marloes van \ Olsthoorn, T.N. \ 2019
    In dit proefschrift is onderzocht hoe de ondergrond van landaanwinningen kan worden aangelegd, ingericht en gebruikt voor het vasthouden en terugwinnen van zoet water. Door de ondergrond te gebruiken om regenwater op te vangen en vast te houden, gezu ...
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    Reduction of bromate to bromide coupled to acetate oxidation by anaerobic mixed microbial cultures \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
    Ginkel, C.G. van \ Haperen, A.M. van \ Togt, B. van der \ 2005
    Bromate, a weakly mutagenic oxidizing agent, exists in surface waters. The biodegradation of bromate was investigated by assessing the ability of mixed cultures of micro-organisms for utilization of bromate as electron acceptor and acetate as electro ...
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