Drewes, JE
Drewes, JE
Technische Universität München, Chair Professor; Colorado School of Mines, Research Professor
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Factors affecting the rejection of organic solutes during NF/RO treatment—a literature review
C Bellona, JE Drewes, P Xu, G Amy
Water research 38 (12), 2795-2809, 2004
10732004
Evaluation of advanced oxidation processes for water and wastewater treatment–A critical review
DB Miklos, C Remy, M Jekel, KG Linden, JE Drewes, U Hübner
Water research 139, 118-131, 2018
10002018
Fate of antibiotics during municipal water recycling treatment processes
N Le-Minh, SJ Khan, JE Drewes, RM Stuetz
Water research 44 (15), 4295-4323, 2010
7112010
Treatment of brackish produced water using carbon aerogel-based capacitive deionization technology
P Xu, JE Drewes, D Heil, G Wang
Water research 42 (10-11), 2605-2617, 2008
5472008
Rejection of organic micropollutants (disinfection by-products, endocrine disrupting compounds, and pharmaceutically active compounds) by NF/RO membranes
K Kimura, G Amy, JE Drewes, T Heberer, TU Kim, Y Watanabe
Journal of membrane science 227 (1-2), 113-121, 2003
4822003
Effect of membrane fouling on transport of organic contaminants in NF/RO membrane applications
P Xu, JE Drewes, TU Kim, C Bellona, G Amy
Journal of Membrane Science 279 (1-2), 165-175, 2006
4772006
Water reuse: potential for expanding the nation's water supply through reuse of municipal wastewater
National Research Council
National Academies Press, 2012
4102012
The role of membrane surface charge and solute physico-chemical properties in the rejection of organic acids by NF membranes
C Bellona, JE Drewes
Journal of Membrane Science 249 (1-2), 227-234, 2005
3712005
A multi-barrier osmotic dilution process for simultaneous desalination and purification of impaired water
TY Cath, NT Hancock, CD Lundin, C Hoppe-Jones, JE Drewes
Journal of membrane science 362 (1-2), 417-426, 2010
3452010
Adsorption of hydrophobic compounds onto NF/RO membranes: an artifact leading to overestimation of rejection
K Kimura, G Amy, J Drewes, Y Watanabe
Journal of Membrane Science 221 (1-2), 89-101, 2003
3172003
Fate of pharmaceuticals during indirect potable reuse
JE Drewes, T Heberer, K Reddersen
Water Science and Technology 46 (3), 73-80, 2002
2972002
Fate of pharmaceuticals during ground water recharge
JE Drewes, T Heberer, T Rauch, K Reddersen
Groundwater Monitoring & Remediation 23 (3), 64-72, 2003
2892003
Fouling of nanofiltration and reverse osmosis membranes during municipal wastewater reclamation: membrane autopsy results from pilot-scale investigations
P Xu, C Bellona, JE Drewes
Journal of Membrane Science 353 (1-2), 111-121, 2010
2532010
Sorption of emerging trace organic compounds onto wastewater sludge solids
J Stevens-Garmon, JE Drewes, SJ Khan, JA McDonald, ERV Dickenson
Water research 45 (11), 3417-3426, 2011
2342011
A changing framework for urban water systems
JG Hering, TD Waite, RG Luthy, JE Drewes, DL Sedlak
Environmental science & technology 47 (19), 10721-10726, 2013
2302013
Full scale co-digestion of wastewater sludge and food waste: Bottlenecks and possibilities
LD Nghiem, K Koch, D Bolzonella, JE Drewes
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 72, 354-362, 2017
2212017
Rejection of emerging organic micropollutants in nanofiltration–reverse osmosis membrane applications
P Xu, JE Drewes, C Bellona, G Amy, TU Kim, M Adam, T Heberer
Water Environment Research 77 (1), 40-48, 2005
2212005
Comparing microfiltration-reverse osmosis and soil-aquifer treatment for indirect potable reuse of water
JE Drewes, M Reinhard, P Fox
Water Research 37 (15), 3612-3621, 2003
2192003
Indicator compounds for assessment of wastewater effluent contributions to flow and water quality
ERV Dickenson, SA Snyder, DL Sedlak, JE Drewes
Water research 45 (3), 1199-1212, 2011
1842011
The role of organic matter in the removal of emerging trace organic chemicals during managed aquifer recharge
T Rauch-Williams, C Hoppe-Jones, JE Drewes
Water research 44 (2), 449-460, 2010
1832010
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