Christoph Ort focuses on Wastewater, Sewage, Sewage treatment, Environmental engineering and Effluent. His study brings together the fields of Sanitary sewer and Wastewater. His study in Sewage is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Illicit drug and Waste disposal.
His studies in Illicit drug integrate themes in fields like Ecstasy, Per capita, Cannabis and Environmental health. His work focuses on many connections between Sewage treatment and other disciplines, such as Pollutant, that overlap with his field of interest in Surface water. The concepts of his Environmental engineering study are interwoven with issues in Sampling, Statistics, Population density and Drug consumption.
His main research concerns Wastewater, Environmental health, Environmental engineering, Illicit drug and Sewage treatment. Christoph Ort has researched Wastewater in several fields, including Environmental chemistry, Sampling, Effluent and Sewage. The various areas that Christoph Ort examines in his Environmental health study include Cannabis, Ecstasy, MDMA and Drug.
His research in the fields of Sanitary sewer overlaps with other disciplines such as Risk assessment. He combines subjects such as Drug consumption and Per capita with his study of Illicit drug. His study looks at the intersection of Sewage treatment and topics like Pollutant with Surface water and Environmental planning.
Wastewater, Illicit drug, Environmental health, Wastewater based epidemiology and Scale are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Per capita, MDMA, Sewage and Sewage treatment as well as Wastewater. His Sewage treatment research focuses on Drainage basin and how it connects with Environmental engineering.
His Environmental engineering study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Sampling. His Illicit drug research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Sample and Standard solution. His Environmental health research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Legalization and Cannabis.
His primary areas of study are Wastewater, Illicit drug, Per capita, Amphetamine and Methamphetamine. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Environmental chemistry and Stimulant. The Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Drug consumption, Mass spectrometric and Biochemical engineering.
His research on Stimulant frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Environmental health. His study ties his expertise on Sample together with the subject of Illicit drug. His research integrates issues of Environmental engineering, Effluent, Drainage basin, Population data and Census in his study of Per capita.
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Elimination of organic micropollutants in a municipal wastewater treatment plant upgraded with a full-scale post-ozonation followed by sand filtration.
Juliane Hollender;Saskia G. Zimmermann;Stephan Koepke;Martin Krauss.
Environmental Science & Technology (2009)
Evaluation of uncertainties associated with the determination of community drug use through the measurement of sewage drug biomarkers.
Sara Castiglioni;Lubertus Bijlsma;Adrian Covaci;Erik Emke.
Environmental Science & Technology (2013)
Sampling for Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products (PPCPs) and Illicit Drugs in Wastewater Systems: Are Your Conclusions Valid? A Critical Review
Christoph Ort;Michael Glen Lawrence;Jorg Rieckermann;Adriano Joss.
Environmental Science & Technology (2010)
Fate and transformation of silver nanoparticles in urban wastewater systems.
Ralf Kaegi;Andreas Voegelin;Christoph Ort;Brian Sinnet.
Water Research (2013)
Comparing illicit drug use in 19 European cities through sewage analysis.
Kevin V. Thomas;Lubertus Bijlsma;Sara Castiglioni;Adrian Covaci.
Science of The Total Environment (2012)
Sampling for PPCPs in Wastewater Systems: Comparison of Different Sampling Modes and Optimization Strategies
Christoph Ort;Michael Glen Lawrence;Julien Reungoat;Jochen F. Mueller.
Environmental Science & Technology (2010)
Spatial differences and temporal changes in illicit drug use in Europe quantified by wastewater analysis
Christoph Ort;Alexander L. N. van Nuijs;Jean-Daniel Berset;Lubertus Bijlsma.
Assessing geographical differences in illicit drug consumption—A comparison of results from epidemiological and wastewater data in Germany and Switzerland
Frederic Been;Lubertus Bijlsma;Lisa Benaglia;Jean Daniel Berset.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence (2016)
Cocaine, MDMA and methamphetamine residues in wastewater: Consumption trends (2009–2015) in South East Queensland, Australia
Foon Yin Lai;Jake W. O'Brien;Phong K. Thai;Wayne Hall.
Science of The Total Environment (2016)
Challenges of surveying wastewater drug loads of small populations and generalizable aspects on optimizing monitoring design.
Christoph Ort;Jonas Maria Eppler;Andreas Scheidegger;Jörg Rieckermann.
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