A critical review of fat, oil, and grease (FOG) in sewer collection systems: Challenges and control
[Review of ]. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, 47(13), 1191–1217.
By: X. He, F. Reyes & J. Ducoste
2017 journal article
Steam application to destroy foam-forming bacteria in activated sludge systems
Journal of Environmental Engineering (New York, N.Y.), 143(5).
By: L. Cubbage, P. Pitt, A. Stone, X. He & F. Reyes
2016 journal article
Quantifying in situ growth rate of a filamentous bacterial species in activated sludge using rrna:rdna ratio
FEMS Microbiology Letters, 363(22).
By: V. Nguyen, X. He & F. Reyes
Shifts in microbial communities in bioaugmented grease interceptors removing fat, oil, and grease (FOG)
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology (Internet), 100(16), 7025–7035.
By: X. He, M. So & F. Reyes
2013 journal article
Mechanisms of fat, oil and grease (FOG) deposit formation in sewer lines
Water Research, 47(13), 4451–4459.
By: X. He, F. Reyes, M. Leming, L. Dean, S. Lappi & J. Ducoste
2012 journal article
Physico-chemical characterization of grease interceptors with and without biological product addition
Water Environment Research, 84(3), 195–201.
By: X. He, J. Osborne & F. Reyes
2011 journal article
Evidence for fat, oil, and grease (fog) deposit formation mechanisms in sewer lines
Environmental Science & Technology, 45(10), 4385–4391.
By: X. He, M. Iasmin, L. Dean, S. Lappi, J. Ducoste & F. Reyes
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