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Pinjing He & 何品晶
Pinjing He & 何品晶
Institute of Waste Treatment & Reclamation, Colllege of Environmental Science & Engineering, Tongji
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Pyrolysis technologies for municipal solid waste: a review
D Chen, L Yin, H Wang, P He
Waste management 34 (12), 2466-2486, 2014
6562014
Application of eco-compatible biochar in anaerobic digestion to relieve acid stress and promote the selective colonization of functional microbes
C Luo, F Lü, L Shao, P He
Water research 68, 710-718, 2015
3992015
Stratification structure of sludge flocs with implications to dewaterability
GH Yu, PJ He, LM Shao, PP He
Environmental science & technology 42 (21), 7944-7949, 2008
3732008
Municipal solid waste (MSW) landfill: A source of microplastics?-Evidence of microplastics in landfill leachate
P He, L Chen, L Shao, H Zhang, F Lü
Water research 159, 38-45, 2019
3682019
Multiscale visualization of the structural and characteristic changes of sewage sludge biochar oriented towards potential agronomic and environmental implication
J Zhang, F Lü, H Zhang, L Shao, D Chen, P He
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-8, 2015
3192015
Insight into the heavy metal binding potential of dissolved organic matter in MSW leachate using EEM quenching combined with PARAFAC analysis
J Wu, H Zhang, PJ He, LM Shao
Water research 45 (4), 1711-1719, 2011
2922011
Biochar alleviates combined stress of ammonium and acids by firstly enriching Methanosaeta and then Methanosarcina
F Lü, C Luo, L Shao, P He
Water research 90, 34-43, 2016
2802016
Application of biochar from sewage sludge to plant cultivation: Influence of pyrolysis temperature and biochar-to-soil ratio on yield and heavy metal accumulation
XD Song, XY Xue, DZ Chen, PJ He, XH Dai
Chemosphere 109, 213-220, 2014
2742014
Characteristics of extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) fractions from excess sludges and their effects on bioflocculability
GH Yu, PJ He, LM Shao
Bioresource Technology 100 (13), 3193-3198, 2009
2512009
Extracellular proteins, polysaccharides and enzymes impact on sludge aerobic digestion after ultrasonic pretreatment
GH Yu, PJ He, LM Shao, YS Zhu
Water research 42 (8-9), 1925-1934, 2008
2502008
Odor compounds from different sources of landfill: characterization and source identification
JJ Fang, N Yang, DY Cen, LM Shao, PJ He
Waste Management 32 (7), 1401-1410, 2012
2472012
The use of biochar-amended composting to improve the humification and degradation of sewage sludge
J Zhang, F Lü, L Shao, P He
Bioresource technology 168, 252-258, 2014
2232014
Dissolved organic matter (DOM) in recycled leachate of bioreactor landfill
P He, J Xue, L Shao, G Li, DJ Lee
Water Research 40 (7), 1465-1473, 2006
2092006
Fate of heavy metals during municipal solid waste incineration in Shanghai
H Zhang, PJ He, LM Shao
Journal of hazardous materials 156 (1-3), 365-373, 2008
2002008
Novel insights into sludge dewaterability by fluorescence excitation–emission matrix combined with parallel factor analysis
GH Yu, PJ He, LM Shao
Water Research 44 (3), 797-806, 2010
1972010
Synergetic stress of acids and ammonium on the shift in the methanogenic pathways during thermophilic anaerobic digestion of organics
F Lü, L Hao, D Guan, Y Qi, L Shao, P He
Water research 47 (7), 2297-2306, 2013
1852013
Cultivation of Chlorella vulgaris on wastewater containing high levels of ammonia for biodiesel production
PJ He, B Mao, CM Shen, LM Shao, DJ Lee, JS Chang
Bioresource technology 129, 177-181, 2013
1832013
Recovery of phosphorus as struvite from sewage sludge ash
H Xu, P He, W Gu, G Wang, L Shao
Journal of Environmental Sciences 24 (8), 1533-1538, 2012
1752012
Predominant contribution of syntrophic acetate oxidation to thermophilic methane formation at high acetate concentrations
LP Hao, F Lü, PJ He, L Li, LM Shao
Environmental science & technology 45 (2), 508-513, 2011
1692011
Comparing activated carbon of different particle sizes on enhancing methane generation in upflow anaerobic digester
S Xu, C He, L Luo, F Lü, P He, L Cui
Bioresource technology 196, 606-612, 2015
1682015
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