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  1. The contrasting roles of science and technology in environmental challenges
  2. Food flows in the UK: the potential of surplus food redistribution to reduce waste
  3. Undisclosed chemicals — implications for risk assessment: A case study from the mining industry
  4. The potential of using the Ecosystem Approach in the implementation of the EU Water Framework Directive
  5. Arsenic and Selenium
  6. From chemical risk assessment to environmental resources management: the challenge for mining
  7. Anaerobic digestion in municipal solid waste management: Part of an integrated, holistic and sustainable solution
  8. Flood risk assessment for infrastructure networks
  9. Food waste co-digestion with sewage sludge – Realising its potential in the UK
  10. Response to: Comment on Iacovidou, E.; Ohandja, D.-G. and Voulvoulis, N. (2012) Food waste disposal units in UK households: The need for policy intervention, Science of the Total Environment, 423, 1–7, by Evans TD
  11. A risk-based approach to prioritise catchments for diffuse metal pollution management
  12. Comment on Iacovidou, E.; Ohandja, D.-G. and Voulvoulis, N. (2012) Food waste disposal units in UK households: The need for policy intervention. Science of the Total Environment 423 1–7
  13. The role of sediments as a source of metals in river catchments
  14. Review of the Household Use of Food Waste Disposal Units
  15. Water and sanitation provision in a low carbon society: The need for a systems approach
  16. Cosmetics as a potential source of environmental contamination in the UK
  17. Assessing the Relative Contribution of Wastewater Treatment Plants to Levels of Metals in Receiving Waters for Catchment Management
  18. Food waste disposal units in UK households: The need for policy intervention
  19. Public Participation in Soil Surveys: Lessons from a Pilot Study in England
  20. Implementing the Water Framework Directive: a transition from established monitoring networks in England and Wales
  22. Pollutants, Human Health and the Environment
  23. Pharmaceuticals and Personal‐Care Products
  24. Introduction
  25. Industrial Chemicals
  26. Agricultural Pesticides and Chemical Fertilisers
  27. Conclusions: Pollutants, Risk and Society
  28. Regulatory Systems and Guidelines for the Management of Risk
  29. Developing a screening method for the evaluation of environmental and human health risks of synthetic chemicals in the mining industry
  30. Open Air Laboratories (OPAL): A community-driven research programme
  31. Pollutants, human health and the environment – A risk-based approach
  32. Institutional capacity and policy options for integrated urban water management: a Singapore case study
  33. An Initial Investigation into the Use of a Flux Chamber Technique to Measure Soil-Atmosphere Gas Exchanges from Application of Biosolids to UK Soils
  34. The influence of engineered Fe2O3 nanoparticles and soluble (FeCl3) iron on the developmental toxicity caused by CO2-induced seawater acidification
  35. Gas emissions from biodegradable waste in United Kingdom landfills
  36. Prioritization of sediment management alternatives using stochastic multicriteria acceptability analysis
  37. From Chemical Risk Assessment to Environmental Quality Management: The Challenge for Soil Protection
  38. Soil quality assessment under emerging regulatory requirements
  39. Characterization of Compost-Like Outputs from Mechanical Biological Treatment of Municipal Solid Waste
  40. Improving Anaerobic Digester Performance: Lessons Learnt from Digester Clean-out Operations
  41. Modelling the behaviour of mechanical biological treatment outputs in landfills using the GasSim model
  42. Implementation of E.U. Water Framework Directive: source assessment of metallic substances at catchment levels
  43. Sustainable risk management of emerging contaminants in municipal wastewaters
  44. Emerging chemical contaminants in water and wastewater
  45. Cadmium levels in Europe: implications for human health
  46. A multicriteria-based methodology for site prioritisation in sediment management
  47. Estimating Levels of Micropollutants in Municipal Wastewater
  48. Screening and prioritisation of chemical risks from metal mining operations, identifying exposure media of concern
  49. Removal of Steroid Estrogens from Wastewater Using Granular Activated Carbon: Comparison between Virgin and Reactivated Carbon
  50. The management of household hazardous waste in the United Kingdom
  51. Testicular dysgenesis syndrome and the estrogen hypothesis: a quantitative meta-analysis
  52. Defective Spermatogenesis: Martin et al. Respond
  53. Calculating human exposure to endocrine disrupting pesticides via agricultural and non-agricultural exposure routes
  54. Meeting Report: Risk Assessment of Tamiflu Use Under Pandemic Conditions
  55. Endocrine disrupting pesticides: Implications for risk assessment
  56. Inorganic substances screening and prioritization (ISSP) in risk assessment for mining operations
  57. Endocrine disrupting substances in the late anthropocene and breast and prostate cancer
  58. The potential for aeration of MSW landfills to accelerate completion
  59. Testicular Dysgenesis Syndrome and the Estrogen Hypothesis: A Quantitative Meta-Analysis
  60. Questioning the Excessive Use of Advanced Treatment to Remove Organic Micropollutants from Wastewater
  61. Human Health and Endocrine Disruption: A Simple Multicriteria Framework for the Qualitative Assessment of End Point Specific Risks in a Context of Scientific Uncertainty
  62. Household hazardous waste disposal to landfill: Using LandSim to model leachate migration
  63. Household Hazardous Waste Data for the UK by Direct Sampling
  64. The occurrence and removal of selected pharmaceutical compounds in a sewage treatment works utilising activated sludge treatment
  65. The Role of Mechanical and Biological Treatment in Reducing Methane Emissions from Landfill Disposal of Municipal Solid Waste in the United Kingdom
  66. Improving petroleum contaminated land remediation decision-making through the MCA weighting process
  67. Chapter 3.3 Ecotoxicity of pharmaceuticals
  68. Fate of organotins in sewage sludge during anaerobic digestion
  69. Distribution and sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in the middle and lower reaches of the Yellow River, China
  70. Predicted and measured concentrations for selected pharmaceuticals in UK rivers: Implications for risk assessment
  71. Household disposal of pharmaceuticals and perception of risk to the environment
  72. Partitioning Behavior of Five Pharmaceutical Compounds to Activated Sludge and River Sediment
  73. The Appropriateness of Multicriteria Analysis in Environmental Decision-Making Problems
  74. Household Disposal of Pharmaceuticals as a Pathway for Aquatic Contamination in the United Kingdom
  75. Human Pharmaceuticals in Wastewater Treatment Processes
  76. Chemicals in the environment: implications for global sustainability
  77. Pharmaceuticals: a threat to drinking water?
  78. Assessing Quantities and Disposal Routes for Household Hazardous Products in the United Kingdom
  79. Household hazardous waste in municipal landfills: contaminants in leachate
  80. Hazardous Components of Household Waste
  81. Removal of Organotins during Sewage Treatment: A Case Study
  82. Potential Ecological and Human Health Risks Associated With the Presence of Pharmaceutically Active Compounds in the Aquatic Environment
  83. Aquatic environmental assessment of the top 25 English prescription pharmaceuticals
  84. Methods for the Determination of Endocrine Disrupters
  85. Comparative environmental assessment of biocides used in antifouling paints
  86. Partitioning of selected antifouling biocides in the aquatic environment
  87. Human Pharmaceuticals in the Aquatic Environment a Review
  88. Occurrence of Four Biocides Utilized in Antifouling Paints, as Alternatives to Organotin Compounds, in Waters and Sediments of a Commercial Estuary in the UK
  89. Analytical method development for the determination of four biocides used in antifouling paints in estuarine waters and sediments by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry
  90. ChemInform Abstract: Alternative Antifouling Biocides
  91. Analytical methods for the determination of 9 antifouling paint booster biocides in estuarine water samples
  92. Antifouling Paint Booster Biocides: Occurrence and Partitioning in Water and Sediments