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Biologically directed environmental monitoring, fate, and transport of estrogenic endocrine disrupting compounds in water: A review
(Elsevier Publications, 2006)
Endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) are contaminants that may be hormonally active at low concentrations and are emerging as a major concern for water quality. Estrogenic EDCs (e-EDCs) are a subclass of EDCs that, when ...
Real-Time Molecular Monitoring of Chemical Environment in Obligate Anaerobes during Oxygen Adaptive Response
(California Digital Library, University of California, 2009-08-26)
Determining the transient chemical properties of the intracellular environment can elucidate the paths through which a biological system adapts to changes in its environment, for example, the mechanisms which enable some ...
Calibrating an optimal condition model for solar water disinfection in peri-urban household water treatment in Kampala, Uganda
(IWA Publishing, 2013)
In low income settlements where the quality of drinking water is highly contaminated due to poor hygienic practices at community and household levels, there is need for appropriate, simple, affordable and environmentally ...
Management structure as a factor of performance of Solid Waste Management projects in African municipalities: A case of Bushenyi-Ishaka Municipality, Western Uganda
(Rwanda Journal of Engineering, Science, Technology and Environment, 2018)
Solid waste production is growing exponentially, with stronger trends in developing countries. Uganda is facing rapid urbanization that offers not only new social and economic opportunities, but also more pronounced ...
Exploring the Environmental Feasibility of Integrated Sanitation Systems for Uganda.
(Journal of Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, 2019)
In urban areas of Uganda, management of waste which consists of at least 70% organic content is accomplished by collection and disposal in landfills, resulting in emission of landfill gases among other impacts. Meanwhile, ...