Dr Graeme Glasgow
Qualifications: BEng MSc PhD CEng CEnv CWEM MCIWEM
Graeme has over 25 years experience in the water industry. He has previously worked as a senior process engineer in consultancies and water companies in the UK and New Zealand. His research interests are in water and wastewater treatment. Graeme is a chartered engineer, chartered environmentalist and a chartered water and environmental manager.
Solid waste management
Engineering; Environment Issues; Environmental Change; Environmental Impacts; Environmental Resources and Planning; Environmental Science and Technology
Holtz, N., Low, A., McElroy, A., Evans, N., Madden, T., Aremu, J., . . . Glasgow, G. D. E. (2017). Arsenic removal from contaminated water using non-imprinted polymers. In Water New Zealand Conference. Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand.
Low, A., Holtz, N., Madden, T., Petcu, M., Ericksen, R., Low, J., . . . Glasgow, G. D. E. (2017). Chromium recovery from tannery wastewater using molecularly imprinted polymers. In WaterNZ. Hamilton Waikato.
Yan, L., Lay, M., Glasgow, G. D. E., Low, A., & Henderson, G. (2017). Electro-coagulation of meat processing wastewater. In Water New Zealand Conference and Expo. Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand: https://www.waternz.org.nz/Article?Action=View&Article_id=1425.
Bernstein, D., Glasgow, G. D. E., Manley-Harris, M., & Lay, M. (2017). Biological activated carbon and advanced oxidation processes for the removal of cyanobacterial metabolites in drinking water treatment. Chemistry in New Zealand, 81(1), 13-18. Open Access version: https://hdl.handle.net/10289/11719
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