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
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.
Aremu, J., Rozi, H., Lay, M., & Glasgow, G. D. E. (2017). Arsenic removal from drinking water using silica based catalytic media. In Water New Zealand Conference and Expo. Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand.
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 and Expo. Hamilton, Waikato, New Zealand.
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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