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An Integrated Approach to Understanding and Reducing Fat, Oil, and Grease (FOG) Deposit Formation for Sustainable Sewer Collection Systems
Grant Number R834264
RFA: Innovative and Integrative Approaches for Advancing Public Health Protection Through Water Infrastructure Sustainability (2008)
Journal Article (5)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Journal Article Dominic CCS, Szakasits M, Dean LO, Ducoste JJ. Understanding the spatial formation and accumulation of fats, oils and grease deposits in the sewer collection system. Water Science & Technology 2013;68(8):1830-1836. R834264 (2012)
R834264 (2013)
R834264 (Final)
Journal Article He X, Iasmin M, Dean LO, Lappi SE, Ducoste JJ, de los Reyes III FL. Evidence for fat, oil, and grease (FOG) deposit formation mechanisms in sewer lines. Environmental Science & Technology 2011;45(10):4385-4391. R834264 (2012)
R834264 (2013)
R834264 (Final)
Journal Article He X, de los Reyes III FL, Leming ML, Dean LO, Lappi SE, Ducoste JJ. Mechanisms of fat, oil and grease (FOG) deposit formation in sewer lines. Water Research 2013;47(13):4451-4459. R834264 (2012)
R834264 (2013)
R834264 (Final)
Journal Article Iasmin M, Dean LO, Lappi SE, Ducoste JJ. Factors that influence properties of FOG deposits and their formation in sewer collection systems. Water Research 2014;49:92-102. R834264 (2012)
R834264 (2013)
R834264 (Final)
Journal Article Iasmin M, Dean LO, Ducoste JJ. Quantifying fat, oil, and grease deposit formation kinetics. Water Research 2016; 88:786-795. R834264 (Final)