2009 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Debra R. Reinhart mostly deals with Environmental engineering, Waste management, Municipal solid waste, Bioreactor landfill and Leachate. Her Environmental engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in cardboard, Drywall and Landfill gas. Her Waste management research includes themes of Infiltration and Injection well.
Her Municipal solid waste study typically links adjacent topics like Permeameter. Her studies in Bioreactor landfill integrate themes in fields like Denitrification, Urban waste, Nitrification and Soil science. She interconnects Dispersion, Biochemical oxygen demand and Dissolution in the investigation of issues within Leachate.
Her primary areas of investigation include Waste management, Environmental engineering, Leachate, Municipal solid waste and Bioreactor landfill. Her work on Landfill gas, Waste collection, Biosolids and Reuse as part of general Waste management study is frequently linked to Pollutant, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. She has researched Environmental engineering in several fields, including Hydraulic conductivity and Soil science.
Debra R. Reinhart studied Leachate and Nitrification that intersect with Anoxic waters. Her study explores the link between Municipal solid waste and topics such as Hazardous waste that cross with problems in Inert waste. Debra R. Reinhart conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Bioreactor landfill and Full scale through her works.
Waste management, Leachate, Environmental chemistry, Effluent and Sewage treatment are her primary areas of study. When carried out as part of a general Waste management research project, her work on Bioreactor landfill and Landfill gas is frequently linked to work in Physical chemical and Carbon dioxide, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. Debra R. Reinhart regularly links together related areas like Reuse in her Bioreactor landfill studies.
Her study ties her expertise on Pulp and paper industry together with the subject of Leachate. Debra R. Reinhart works mostly in the field of Environmental chemistry, limiting it down to topics relating to Chemical oxygen demand and, in certain cases, Waste treatment, as a part of the same area of interest. Her research integrates issues of Wastewater and Waste stream in her study of Effluent.
Debra R. Reinhart mainly investigates Leachate, Environmental chemistry, Wastewater, Sewage treatment and Effluent. Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Leachate and Nitrite reductase in her work. Debra R. Reinhart combines subjects such as Denitrification, Waste stream and Heterotroph with her study of Environmental chemistry.
Her Wastewater study incorporates themes from Dissolved organic carbon and Pulp and paper industry. As part of her studies on Sewage treatment, Debra R. Reinhart frequently links adjacent subjects like Waste treatment.
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Landfill bioreactor design and operation
Debra R. Reinhart;Timothy G. Townsend.
THE IMPACT OF LEACHATE RECIRCULATION ON MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE LANDFILL OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS
Debra R. Reinhart;A. Basel Al-Yousfi.
Waste Management & Research (1996)
The bioreactor landfill: its status and future.
Debra R. Reinhart;Philip T. McCreanor;Timothy Townsend.
Waste Management & Research (2002)
Solid Waste Engineering
P. Aarne Vesilind;William A. Worrell;Debra R. Reinhart.
The Fate of Nitrogen in Bioreactor Landfills
N. D. Berge;D. R. Reinhart;T. G. Townsend.
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology (2005)
Full-Scale Experiences With Leachate Recirculating Landfills: Case Studies
Debra R. Reinhart.
Waste Management & Research (1996)
Estimation of regional building-related C&D debris generation and composition: Case study for Florida, US
Kimberly Cochran;Timothy G. Townsend;Debra R. Reinhart;Howell Heck.
Waste Management (2007)
In situ ammonia removal in bioreactor landfill leachate.
Nicole D. Berge;Debra R. Reinhart;John Dietz;Tim Townsend.
Waste Management (2006)
Methylated mercury species in municipal waste landfill gas sampled in Florida, USA
S.E Lindberg;D Wallschläger;E.M Prestbo;N.S Bloom.
Atmospheric Environment (2001)
Determination of first-order landfill gas modeling parameters and uncertainties.
Hamid R. Amini;Debra R. Reinhart;Kevin R. Mackie.
Waste Management (2012)
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