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    Organic micropollutant removal from wastewater effluent-impacted drinking water sources during bank filtration and artificial recharge \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
    Maeng, S.K. \ Ameda, E. \ Sharma, S.K. \ Grützmacher, G. \ Amy, G.L. \ 2010
    Natural treatment systems such as bank filtration (BF) and artificial recharge (via an infiltration basin) are a robust barrier for many organic micropollutants (OMPs) and may represent a low-cost alternative compared to advanced drinking water treat ...
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    Impact of hydraulic loading rate and media type on removal of bulk organic matter and nitrogen from primary effluent in a laboratory-scale soil aquifer treatment system \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
    Abel, C.D.T. \ Sharma, S.K. \ Buçpapaj, E. \ Kennedy, M.D. \ 2013
    The effect of hydraulic loading rate (HLR) and media type on the removal of bulk organic matter and nitrogen from primary effluent during soil aquifer treatment was investigated by conducting laboratory-scale soil column studies. Two soil columns pac ...
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    Four years of development and field-testing of IHE arsenic removal family filter in rural Bangladesh \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
    Petrusevski, B. \ Sharma, S. \ Meer, W.G. van der \ Kruis, F. \ Khan, M. \ Barua, M. \ Schippers, J.C. \ 2008
    The major impact of arsenic in ground waters has been found in rural Bangladesh, where tens of millions of people are still consuming untreated arsenic contaminated groundwater. UNESCO-IHE has been developing an arsenic removal family filter with a c ...
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    Comparing the effluent organic matter removal of direct NF and powdered activated carbon/NF as high quality pretreatment options for artificial groundwater recharge \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
    Kazner, C. \ Baghoth, S. \ Sharma, S. \ Amy, G. \ Wintgens, T. \ Melin, T. \ 2008
    Direct nanofiltration and nanofiltration combined with powdered activated carbon known as the PAC/NF process were tested regarding the removal of effluent organic matter for reclamation of tertiary effluent from a municipal wastewater treatment plant ...
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    Fate of effluent organic matter (EfOM) and natural organic matter (NOM) through riverbank filtration \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
    Maeng, S.K. \ Sharma, S.K. \ Magic-Knezev, A. \ Amy, G. \ 2008
    Riverbank filtration is a natural treatment process for drinking water. Understanding the fate of effluent organic matter (EfOM) and natural organic matter (NOM) through riverbank filtration is essential to assess the impact of wastewater effluent on ...
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    Framework for assessment of performance of soil aquifer treatment systems \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
    Sharma, S.K. \ Harun, C.M. \ Amy, G. \ 2008
    Removal of organic matter is a critical parameter in soil aquifer treatment (SAT) as it governs and influences the removal of other contaminants by biodegradation namely trace organics, nitrogen species and microbes. A framework for analysis and pred ...
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    Adsorptive iron removal from groundwater [Proefschrift]
    Sharma, S.K. \ 2001
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    Occurrence and fate of bulk organic matter and pharmaceutically active compounds in managed aquifer recharge: a review \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
    Maeng, S.K. \ Sharma, S.K. \ Lekkerkerker-Teunissen, K. \ Amy, G.L. \ 2011
    Managed aquifer recharge (MAR) is a natural water treatment process that induces surface water to flow in response to a hydraulic gradient through soil/sediment and into a vertical or horizontal well. It is a relatively cost-effective, robust and sus ...
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    Role of biodegradation in the removal of pharmaceutically active compounds with different bulk organic matter characteristics through managed aquifer recharge: batch and column studies \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
    Maeng, S.K. \ Sharma, S.K. \ Abel, C.D.T. \ Magic-Knezev, A. \ Amy, G.L. \ 2011
    Natural water treatment systems such as bank filtration have been recognized as providing effective barriers in the multi-barrier approach for attenuation of organic micropollutants for safe drinking water supply. In this study, the role of biodegrad ...
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    Apatite accumulation enhances the mechanical property of anammox granules \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
    Lin, Y.M. \ Lotti, T. \ Sharma, P.K. \ Loosdrecht, M.C.M. \ 2013
    The strength of granular sludge is essential for the mechanical stability of the granules. Inorganic precipitants form a major factor influencing the strength of the granules. To check the possibility of apatite accumulation in anammox granules, and ...
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    Polymer functionalized nanocomposites for metals removal from water and wastewater: an overview \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
    Lofrano, G. \ Carotenuto, M. \ Libralato, G. \ Domingos, R.F. \ Markus, A. \ Dini, L. \ Gautam, R.K. \ Baldantoni, D. \ Rossi, M. \ Sharma, S.K. \ Chattopadhyaya, M.C. \ Giugni, M. \ Meric, S. \ 2016
    Pollution by metal and metalloid ions is one of the most widespread environmental concerns. They are non-biodegradable, and, generally, present high water solubility facilitating their environmental mobilisation interacting with abiotic and biotic co ...
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