School of Civil Engineering and Surveying

Recent Publications

Environmental Technology Field Station

Recently published research

  1. Pinchin, H.; Williams, J.; May, E.; Mant, C.; Hodkinson, B., In Situ and Microcosm Investigations into the Phytoremediation of Hydrocarbon-Contaminated Lagoon Sediments Using Phragmites Australis. Journal of Environmental Engineering 2012, 139, 488-495.
  2. Mant, C.; Costa, S.; Williams, J.; Tambourgi, E., Phytoremediation of chromium by model constructed wetland. Bioresource Technology 2006, 97, 1767-1772.
  3. Williams, J. B.; Clarkson, C.; Mant, C.; Drinkwater, A.; May, E., Fat, oil and grease deposits in sewers: Characterisation of deposits and formation mechanisms. Water Research 2012, 46, 6319-6328.
  4. Popple, T.; Williams, J. B.; May, E.; Mills, G. A.; Oliver, R., Evaluation of a sequencing batch reactor sewage treatment rig for investigating the fate of radioactively labelled pharmaceuticals: Case study of propranolol. Water Research 2016, 88, 83-92.
  5. Roinas, G.; Tsavdaris, A.; Williams, J. B.; Mant, C., Fate and Behavior of Pollutants in a Vegetated Pond System for Road Runoff. CLEAN – Soil, Air, Water 2014, 42, 169-177.
  6. Roinas, G.; Mant, C.; Williams, J. B., Fate of hydrocarbon pollutants in source and non-source control sustainable drainage systems. Water Science and Technology 2014, 69, 703-9.
  7. Danso, H.; Martinson, D. B.; Ali, M.; Williams, J., Effect of fibre aspect ratio on mechanical properties of soil building blocks. Construction and Building Materials 2015, 83, 314-319.
  8. Awinda, K.; Chen, J.; Barnett, S.; Fox, D., Modelling behaviour of ultra high performance fibre reinforced concrete. Advances in Applied Ceramics 2014, 113, 502-508.