Wim H. Rulkens focuses on Waste management, Wastewater, Biodegradation, Bioavailability and Sludge. He has included themes like Phosphate and Pulp and paper industry in his Waste management study. His Wastewater research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Phenols and Sewage treatment, Sewage sludge treatment.
The Biodegradation study combines topics in areas such as Environmental chemistry, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, Phenanthrene, Nuclear chemistry and Hydrocarbon. His Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Chromatography and Soil contamination. His research in Sludge intersects with topics in Biomass, Activated sludge, Biodegradable waste and Anaerobic digestion.
Wim H. Rulkens mainly focuses on Environmental chemistry, Waste management, Biodegradation, Environmental engineering and Sewage treatment. His Environmental chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Soil water, Soil contamination, Contamination, Pollutant and Bioavailability. His Waste management research includes themes of Manure and Anaerobic digestion.
His study in Biodegradation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bioremediation, Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, Dissolution, Hydrocarbon and Naphthalene. His Sewage treatment research incorporates themes from Wastewater, Sludge, Chromatography and Sustainability. His studies in Sludge integrate themes in fields like Aeration and Pulp and paper industry.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Waste management, Environmental chemistry, Fouling, Sewage treatment and Pulp and paper industry. His research integrates issues of Manure and Anaerobic digestion in his study of Waste management. His Anaerobic digestion research focuses on Biodegradable waste and how it relates to Sludge.
His Environmental chemistry study incorporates themes from Sulfur, Pollutant, Soil water, Biodegradation and Oxygen. His Fouling study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Chromatography, Membrane bioreactor and Powdered activated carbon treatment. The study incorporates disciplines such as Wastewater, Waste treatment and Effluent in addition to Sewage treatment.
Activated sludge, Fouling, Membrane bioreactor, Chromatography and Membrane fouling are his primary areas of study. His Activated sludge research is classified as research in Waste management. Wim H. Rulkens combines subjects such as Biomass and Anaerobic digestion with his study of Waste management.
The concepts of his Fouling study are interwoven with issues in Membrane reactor, Activated carbon, Powdered activated carbon treatment and Flocculation, Chemical engineering. His work is dedicated to discovering how Membrane bioreactor, Membrane technology are connected with Wastewater and other disciplines. His Wastewater research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Acetaldehyde, Effluent, Water treatment, Environmental chemistry and Ozone.
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Sewage Sludge as a Biomass Resource for the Production of Energy: Overview and Assessment of the Various Options†
Energy & Fuels (2008)
Influence of nonionic surfactants on bioavailability and biodegradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.
F Volkering;A M Breure;J G van Andel;W H Rulkens.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1995)
Photocatalyzed oxidation of alcohols and organochlorides in the presence of native TiO2 and metallized TiO2 suspensions. Part(I):Photocatalytic activity and pH influence
Jian Chen;David F Ollis;Wim H Rulkens;Harry Bruning.
Water Research (1999)
NH3, N2O and CH4 emissions during passively aerated composting of straw-rich pig manure
G.L. Szanto;H.V.M. Hamelers;W.H. Rulkens;A.H.M. Veeken.
Bioresource Technology (2007)
The estimation of PAH bioavailability in contaminated sediments using hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin and Triton X-100 extraction techniques
Chiel Cuypers;Tessa Pancras;Tim Grotenhuis;Wim Rulkens.
Rapid persulfate oxidation predicts PAH bioavailability in soils and sediments
Chiel Cuypers;Tim Grotenhuis;Jan Joziasse;Wim Rulkens.
Environmental Science & Technology (2000)
Amorphous and condensed organic matter domains: the effect of persulfate oxidation on the composition of soil/sediment organic matter.
Chiel Cuypers;Tim Grotenhuis;Klaas G.J. Nierop;Elena Maneiro Franco.
Photocatalyzed oxidation of alcohols and organochlorides in the presence of native TiO2 and metallized TiO2 suspensions. Part (II) : Photocatalytic mechanisms
Jian Chen;David F. Ollis;Wim H. Rulkens;Harry Bruning.
Water Research (1999)
Remediation of polluted soil and sediment: perspectives and failures.
W.H. Rulkens;R. Tichy;J.T.C. Grotenhuis.
Water Science and Technology (1998)
Phosphate recycling in the phosphorus industry.
W. J. Schipper;A. Klapwijk;B. Potjer;W. H. Rulkens.
Environmental Technology (2001)
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