Amirhossein Malakahmad (PhD)
Amirhossein Malakahmad (PhD)
Associate Professor, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS
Verified email at utp.edu.my
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A review on phytoremediation of crude oil spills
S Yavari, A Malakahmad, NB Sapari
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 226 (8), 1-18, 2015
902015
Refinery wastewater biological treatment: A short review
S Ishak, A Malakahmad, MH Isa
NISCAIR-CSIR, India, 2012
892012
Feasibility study of biodiesel production using lipids of Hermetia illucens larva fed with organic waste
SY Leong, SRM Kutty, A Malakahmad, CK Tan
Waste Management 47, 84-90, 2016
832016
Solid waste collection routes optimization via GIS techniques in Ipoh city, Malaysia
A Malakahmad, PM Bakri, MRM Mokhtar, N Khalil
Procedia Engineering 77, 20-27, 2014
792014
Characterization and optimization of effluent dye removal using a new low cost adsorbent: equilibrium, kinetics and thermodynamic study
EH Ezechi, SR bin Mohamed Kutty, A Malakahmad, MH Isa
Process Safety and Environmental Protection 98, 16-32, 2015
772015
Biochar efficiency in pesticides sorption as a function of production variables—a review
S Yavari, A Malakahmad, NB Sapari
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 22 (18), 13824-13841, 2015
622015
Water quality assessment of Bertam River and its Tributaries in Cameron highlands, Malaysia
A Malakahmad, M Eisakhani
World Applied Science Journal 7 (6), 769-776, 2009
612009
Nutrients removal from municipal wastewater treatment plant effluent using Eichhornia crassipes
SRM Kutty, MH Isa, D Malakahmad, D Amirhossein
World academy of science, Engineering and Technology 60, 826-831, 2009
592009
Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) for the removal of Hg2+ and Cd2+ from synthetic petrochemical factory wastewater
A Malakahmad, A Hasani, M Eisakhani, MH Isa
Journal of hazardous materials 191 (1-3), 118-125, 2011
532011
Biological ammonia removal from anaerobically pre-treated landfill leachate in sequencing batch reactors (SBR)
G Yalmaz, I Öztürk
Water science and technology 43 (3), 307-314, 2001
492001
Solid Waste Characterization and Recycling Potential for University Technology PETRONAS Academic Buildings
A Malakahmad, CM Nasir, M Za’im Zaki, SRM Kutty, MH Isa
American Journal of Environmental Sciences 6 (5), 422-427, 2010
482010
Sorption properties optimization of agricultural wastes-derived biochars using response surface methodology
S Yavari, A Malakahmad, NB Sapari, S Yavari
Process Safety and Environmental Protection 109, 509-519, 2017
402017
Assessment of carbon footprint emissions and environmental concerns of solid waste treatment and disposal techniques; case study of Malaysia
A Malakahmad, MS Abualqumboz, SRM Kutty, TJ Abunama
Waste Management 70, 282-292, 2017
392017
A GIS-based water quality model for sustainable tourism planning of Bertam River in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia
M Aminu, AN Matori, KW Yusof, A Malakahmad, RB Zainol
Environmental Earth Sciences 73 (10), 6525-6537, 2015
392015
A review on adoption of novel techniques in construction waste management and policy
UA Umar, N Shafiq, A Malakahmad, MF Nuruddin, MF Khamidi
Journal of Material Cycles and Waste Management 19 (4), 1361-1373, 2017
352017
Optimization of Fenton process for refinery wastewater biodegradability augmentation
S Ishak, A Malakahmad
Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering 30 (5), 1083-1090, 2013
352013
Application of response surface methodology to optimize coagulation–flocculation treatment of anaerobically digested palm oil mill effluent using alum
A Malakahmad, SY Chuan
Desalination and water treatment 51 (34-36), 6729-6735, 2013
312013
Degradation of imazapic and imazapyr herbicides in the presence of optimized oil palm empty fruit bunch and rice husk biochars in soil
S Yavari, NB Sapari, A Malakahmad, S Yavari
Journal of hazardous materials 366, 636-642, 2019
232019
Synthesis optimization of oil palm empty fruit bunch and rice husk biochars for removal of imazapic and imazapyr herbicides
S Yavari, A Malakahmad, NB Sapari, S Yavari
Journal of environmental management 193, 201-210, 2017
232017
Valorization of wasted black tea as a low-cost adsorbent for nickel and zinc removal from aqueous solution
A Malakahmad, S Tan, S Yavari
Journal of Chemistry 2016, 2016
232016
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