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International Journal of Waste Resources

International Journal of Waste Resources
Open Access

ISSN: 2252-5211

+441518081309

Citations Report

Citations Report - International Journal of Waste Resources [750 Articles]

The articles published in International Journal of Waste Resources have been cited 750 times by eminent researchers all around the world. Following is the list of articles that have cited the articles published in International Journal of Waste Resources.

Angelidou M, Psaltoglou A, Komninos N, Kakderi C, Tsarchopoulos P, Panori A (2018) Enhancing sustainable urban development through smart city applications. Journal of Science and Technology Policy Management 2;9(2):146-69.

Favorito JE, Eick MJ, Grossl PR (2018) Adsorption of selenite and selenate on ferrihydrite in the presence and absence of dissolved organic carbon. Journal of environmental quality 47(1):147-55.

Qian QK, Abd GB, Chan EH (2014) How economic situation affect the decisions on the building energy efficiency (BEE) development in Malaysia. International Journal of Waste Resources.

Supono S. MANAJEMEN LINGKUNGAN UNTUK AKUAKULTUR.

Kitpreechavanich V, Hayami A, Talek A, Chin CF, Tashiro Y, Sakai K (2016) Simultaneous production of l-lactic acid with high optical activity and a soil amendment with food waste that demonstrates plant growth promoting activity. Journal of bioscience and bioengineering 1;122(1):105-10.

Tsuzuki Y (2014) Not Too Little, Not Too Much and Shortcut: A Review on the Effectualness of Per Capita Pollutant Discharge Indicators. Int J Waste Resources 1;4(141):2.

Hutner P, Thorenz A, Tuma A (2017) Waste prevention in communities: A comprehensive survey analyzing status quo, potentials, barriers and measures. Journal of cleaner production10;141:837-51.

Schiavon M, Martini LM, Corrà C, Scapinello M, Coller G, Tosi P, et al. (2017) Characterisation of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released by the composting of different waste matrices. Environmental pollution 1;231:845-53.

Kusrini K (2019) The Ability of Ferns to Accumulate Heavy Metals (Hg, Pb And Cd) In The Waters of The Gorontalo River. International Journal of Applied Biology 29;3(1):36-44.

Rada EC (2013) From Waste to Resource: Can Selective Collection Really Help. Int J Waste Resources. 3:e103.

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