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Optimization of conditions (pH and temperature) for Lemnagibba production using fuzzy model coupled with Mamdani’s method.Ecological Engineering 83, 452–455
Nutrient recovery from compostable fractions of municipal solid wastes using vermitechnology.Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management 17, 174–184
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Tolerance levels of sulfur-oxidizing micro-organisms to Methylene blue and Remazol black B dyes during sewage sludge bioleaching.Desalination and Water Treatment 52, 6185–6193
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