Timothy G. Townsend mainly focuses on Waste management, Municipal solid waste, Leachate, Environmental engineering and Bioreactor landfill. His research investigates the connection between Waste management and topics such as Groundwater that intersect with issues in Water pollution. Timothy G. Townsend focuses mostly in the field of Municipal solid waste, narrowing it down to matters related to Permeability and, in some cases, Overburden, Hydraulic conductivity, Permeameter and Borehole.
His Leachate research includes themes of Organic matter, Waste disposal, Leaching and Pollutant. His Environmental engineering research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Demolition, Reuse, Rainwater harvesting, Metal and Municipal solid waste landfill. While the research belongs to areas of Bioreactor landfill, Timothy G. Townsend spends his time largely on the problem of Water content, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Mineralogy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Waste management, Leachate, Municipal solid waste, Environmental engineering and Environmental chemistry. His work deals with themes such as Leaching, Demolition and Chromated copper arsenate, Arsenic, which intersect with Waste management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Moisture, Lysimeter, Leaching and Groundwater.
His studies examine the connections between Municipal solid waste and genetics, as well as such issues in Incineration, with regards to Bottom ash. The Environmental engineering study combines topics in areas such as Hydraulic conductivity, Beneficial use and Water pollution. His Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Soil water and Mineralogy.
Timothy G. Townsend focuses on Waste management, Municipal solid waste, Leachate, Leaching and Bottom ash. As part of his studies on Waste management, Timothy G. Townsend frequently links adjacent subjects like Portland cement. His studies in Municipal solid waste integrate themes in fields like Incineration and Sustainability.
His Leachate research integrates issues from Foam separation, Soil water, Leaching and Groundwater. His Leaching research incorporates elements of Pollutant, Granular material, Arsenic, Beneficial use and Pulp and paper industry. His work in Carbon dioxide tackles topics such as Climate impact which are related to areas like Environmental engineering.
His primary scientific interests are in Waste management, Municipal solid waste, Bottom ash, Fly ash and Leaching. He has researched Waste management in several fields, including Portland cement and Cement. His Municipal solid waste study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Incineration and Sustainability.
His work in Fly ash addresses subjects such as Cementitious, which are connected to disciplines such as Pozzolan and Alkali–silica reaction. His research integrates issues of Pollutant and Pulp and paper industry in his study of Leaching. His studies deal with areas such as Municipal solid waste incineration, Leachate, Dispose pattern and Rainwater harvesting as well as Pollutant.
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Landfill bioreactor design and operation
Debra R. Reinhart;Timothy G. Townsend.
The bioreactor landfill: its status and future.
Debra R. Reinhart;Philip T. McCreanor;Timothy Townsend.
Waste Management & Research (2002)
Leaching of lead from computer printed wire boards and cathode ray tubes by municipal solid waste landfill leachates.
Yong-Chul Jang;Timothy G. Townsend.
Environmental Science & Technology (2003)
A review of waste products utilized as supplements to Portland cement in concrete
Jerry M. Paris;Justin G. Roessler;Christopher C. Ferraro;Harvey D. DeFord.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2016)
Characterization of Lead Leachability from Cathode Ray Tubes Using the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure
Stephen E. Musson;Yong-Chul Jang;Timothy G. Townsend;Il-Hyun Chung.
Environmental Science & Technology (2000)
The Fate of Nitrogen in Bioreactor Landfills
N. D. Berge;D. R. Reinhart;T. G. Townsend.
Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology (2005)
ACCELERATION OF LANDFILL STABILIZATION USING LEACHATE RECYCLE
T. G. Townsend;W. L. Miller;Hyung-Jib Lee;J. F. K. Earle.
Journal of Environmental Engineering (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)
A review on the growing concern and potential management strategies of waste lithium-ion batteries
Kevin M. Winslow;Steven J. Laux;Timothy G. Townsend.
Resources Conservation and Recycling (2018)
In situ ammonia removal in bioreactor landfill leachate.
Nicole D. Berge;Debra R. Reinhart;John Dietz;Tim Townsend.
Waste Management (2006)
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