Research

 

My research interests are soil and sediment remediation, environmental management, statistical hydrology, and solid and hazardous waste management and treatment. In summer of 2012, I worked on sediment remediation with the collaboration of Army Corps of Engineers, Engineers Research and Development Center (ERDC), Waterways Experiment Station (WES), Vicksburg, MS. My current research is on soil stabilization with fly-ash and sewage sludge ash (SSA), wastewater treatment and generation of gas/energy from brewery and domestic wastewater, and economic comparisons of conventional and MBR wastewater treatment plants, soil stabilization and improvments of soil Engineering prperties with fly-ash (FA) and sewage sludge ash (SSA).

Peer Reviewed Journal Publications:

  1. Karim, M. A., Hassan, A. S. and Hawa, A. (2019), Improvement of soil engineering properties with sewage sludge ash, World Journal of Engineering Research and Technology (WJERT), 5(3), May, pp. 216-233, http://wjert.org/home/article_abstract/646.  [Impact Factor = 5.218, ICV: 79.45]
  2. Karim, M. A. and Corazzini, B. (2019), The current status of MSW disposal and energy production: a brief review of waste incineration, MOJ Ecology & Environmental Science, 4(I), February, pp. 34-37, DOI: 10.15406/mojes.2019.04.00129. https://medcraveonline.com/MOJES/ [Impact Factor = N/A]
  3. Karim, M. A., Hassan, A. S. and Oncul, F. (2018),Optimization of Fly-Ash to Soil Mix Ratio for Enhanced Engineering Properties for Subgrade Use, Biomedical Journal of Scientific & Technical Research, 10(2), October, pp. 1-6, BJSTR.MS.ID.001918. DOI: 10.26717/BJSTR.2018.10.001918;  https://biomedres.us/pdfs/BJSTR.MS.ID.001918.pdf  [Impact Factor = 0.548] 
  4. Zhao, L. and Karim, M. A. (2018), Use of geosynthetic materials in solid waste landfill design: A review of geosynthetic related stability issues, Ann Civil Environ Eng., 2, June, pp. 006-015. https://doi.org/10.29328/journal.acee.1001010.
  5. Lowder, L.; Atiqullah, M.; Colebeck, D.; Das, S.; Karim, M. A.; Khalid, A. and Singh, R. (2017), Peer Observation: Improvement of Teaching Effectiveness through Class Participation at a Polytechnic University, Journal of STEM Education, Volume 18, Issue 4, Oct-December 2017. [Impact Factor = N/A] 
  6. Karim, M. A. and Moss, B. L. (2017), A Preliminary Laboratory Investigation of Mathane Generation Potential from Brewery Wastewater using UASB Reactor, Annals of Civil and Environmental Engineering, 1, May, pp~034-041. [Impact Factor = N/A]
  7. Karim, M. A. and Mark, J. L. (2017), A Preliminary Comparative Analysis of MBR and CAS Wastewater Treatment Systems, International Journal of Water and Wastewater Treatment, 3(2), March, doi: http://dx.doiorg/10.16966/2381-5299.138. [Impact Factor = N/A]
  8. Karim, M. A. (2016), Analytical Solution for Modeling of Transport and Removal of Contaminants from Solid Phase by the CEHIXM Process, Insights in Analytical Electrochemistry, Vol. 2, No. 1:5, pp.1-7, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2470-9867.100013, May. [Impact Factor = N/A]
  9. Karim, M. A., Schroeder, P. R. and Bunch, B. W. (2015), A Preliminary Laboratory Investigation of PCB Flux from Dredge Resuspensions and Residuals, Soil and Sediment Contamination: an International Journal, Vol. 24, No. 5, pp.526~541, May, DOI:10.1080/15320383.2015.986263. [Impact Factor = 0.894]
  10. Karim, M. A. (2014), Electrokinetics and soil decontamination: concepts and overview, Journal of Electrochemical Science and Engineering - jESE, Vol. 4, No. 4, pp.297~313, DOI:10.5599/jese.2014.0054. [Impact Factor = NA]
  11. Karim, M. A. and Khan, L. I. (2014), Comparison of Heavy Metal Removal from Chemically Interactive and Non-Interactive Solid Phases by CEHIXM Process, Separation Science & Technology, Vol. 49, No. 10, pp. 1449~1460, July. DOI:10.1080/01496395.2014.894523. [Impact Factor = 1.16]
  12. Karim, M. A., Bunch, B. W. and Schroeder, P. R. (2014), A Preliminary Laboratory Study of Initial Copper Release from Dredge Residuals, Remediation Journal, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 61~75, March. [Impact Factor = NA]
  13. Karim, M. A. and Khan, L.I. (2012), Enhancement of Electrokinetic Decontamination with EDTA, Environmental Technology, Vol. 33, No. 20, pp.2291~2298, April. DOI:10.1080/09593330.2012.665493. [Impact Factor = 1.410]
  14. Karim, M. A. and Khan, L.I. (2011), Effect of the Secondary Electrode Configuration in Removing Metal Contaminants from Soils by the CEHIXM Process, Soil and Sediment Contamination: an International Journal, Vol. 20, No. 7, pp.857~875, November. [Impact Factor = 0.894]
  15. Karim, M. A. and Khan, L.I. (2003), An Apparatus for Testing Soil Decontamination by the CEHIXM Process, Journal of Civil Engineering, The Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), Vol. CE 31, No. 1, pp.53~65, June. [Impact Factor = NA]
  16. Karim, M. A. and Khan, L.I. (2002), CEHIXM Extraction of Pb, Cd, Zn and Mn from High Permeable Soils, Soil and Sediment Contamination: an International Journal, Vol.11, No.1, pp.57~69, January. [Impact Factor = 0.894]
  17. Karim, M. A. and Khan, L.I. (2001), EDTA-Enhanced Extraction of Heavy Metals from a Coarse Grained Simulated Soil by the CEHIXM Process, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, Vol.51, No.8, pp.1178~1184, August. [Impact Factor = 1.520]
  18. Karim, M. A. and Khan, L.I. (2001), Removal of Heavy Metals from Sandy Soils Using CEHIXM Process, Journal of Hazardous Materials, Vol. B81, No.1-2, pp.83~102, January. [Impact Factor = 4.330]
  19. Karim, M. A. and Chowdhury, J.U. (1995), A Comparison of Four Distributions Used in Flood Frequency Analysis in Bangladesh, Hydrological Sciences Journal, Vol.40, No.1, pp.55~66, February, U.K. Published online December 24, 2009. [Impact Factor = 2.061]
  20. Rahman, M. M. and Karim, M. A. (1995), Impact of Greater Dhaka Flood Protection Embankment on Surface Water Quality with Respect to Tannery Waste Disposal, Journal of Pollution Research, Vol.14, No.2, Karad 415 110, India. [Impact Factor = NA]
  21. Karim, M. A. and Rahman, M.M. (1994), Water Quality of Begunbari Canal in Dhaka City, Journal of the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), Vol.22, No.2, pp.93~97, April. [Impact Factor = NA]
  22. Chowdhury, J.U. and Karim, M. A. (1994), Which Distribution is Appropriate for Flood Frequency Analysis in Bangladesh?, Journal of the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), Vol.22, No.3-4, July-October. [Impact Factor = NA]
  23. Islam, M. Z. and Karim, M. A. (1992), Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene in Rural Bangladesh, Journal ofIrrigation Engineering and Rural Planning, Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage, and Reclamation Engineering, No. 23, Tokyo, Japan, pp. 57~69, July. [Impact Factor = NA]

 

Published Reports:

  1. Karim, M. A. (2013), Contaminant Release from Dredge Resuspension and Residuals, Final Report Submitted to the US Army Corps of Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), Waterways Experiment Station (WES), 3909 Halls Ferry Road, Vicksburg, MS. Contract No. TCN 12-057, Solicitation No. W911NF-11-D-0001, December 2012 and Revised January 2013.

  2. Chowdhury, J.U. and Karim, M. A. (1993), Selection of Probability Distribution Function for Flood Frequency Analysis in Bangladesh, Final Report, R01/93, Institute of Flood Control and Drainage Research (IFCDR), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh, June.

  3. Karim, M. A. and Rahman, M. M. (1992), Impact of Greater Dhaka City Flood Protection Embankment on the Disposal of Industrial Wastes and Environment, Final Report, A Joint Research Initiative of United Nations Center for Regional Development (UNCRD), Nagoya, Japan and BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh, August.

Presentations and Conference/Proceedings Publications:

  1. Karim, M. A. (2019), Can Teamwork be Effective in Learning Software Packages and Improving Report Writing Skills? A Case Study, Proceedings of 2019 ASEE-SE Conference held in NC State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, March 10-12, 2019.

  2. Balaganesh, A., Hawa, A., Karim, M. and Hassan, A. (2019), Removal of Heavy Metals from SSA by Column Washing, presented a poster in 2019 ASEE-SE Conference held in NC State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, March 10-12, 2019.

  3. Karim, M. A. (2018), Inclusion of Field Trips in Teaching of Environmental Engineering for Civil Engineering Program: A Case Study, Proceedings of 2018 ASEE-SE Conference held in Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida on March 4-6, 2018.

  4. Karim, M. A. (2017), Importance and Sequence of Laboratory Course in Environmental Engineering: A Case Study, Proceedings of 2017 ASEE Zone II Conference held in San Juan, Puerto Rico on March 2-5, 2017.

  5. Karim, M. A. (2016), Hybrid Delivery of Environmental Engineering: Perception, Attitude, and Assessment, Proceedings of 2016 ASEE 123rd Annual Conference and Exposition held in New Orleans, Louisiana on June 26-29, 2016.

  6. Karim, M. A. (2016), Learning Environmental Engineering - On-line, Hybrid, or Face-to-Face: A Case Study, Proceedings of 2016 ASEE SE Section's Annual Conference held in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on March 13-15, 2016.

  7. Karim, M. A. (2015), Project Based Learning of Environmental Engineering: A Case Study, Proceedings of ASEE 122nd Annual Conference & Exposition held in Seattle, Washington on June 14-17, 2015.

  8. Lowder, M. L., Khalid, A., Ferreira, D., Stutzmann, B., Atiqullah, M., Bohannon, J. L., Chin, C., Singh, R., Yee, T. M., Acharya, K., Karim, M. A., Keyser, R. S., and Colebeck, D. (2015), Student and Faculty Perceptions of Attendance Policies at a Polytechnic University, Proceedings of ASEE 122nd Annual Conference & Exposition held in Seattle, Washington on June 14-17, 2015.

  9. Lowder, M. L., Vandenbussche, J., Ferreira, D., Khalid, A., Karim, M., Singh, R., Chin, C., Acharya, K., Colebeck, D., Sweigart, J., Atiqullah, M., Das, S., and Yee, T. (2015), Promoting Peer Observation of Teaching in Higher Education, Presented a poster in the Common SoTL Conference held in Savannah, Georgia on March 25-17, 2015.

  10. Presented (invited) a seminar on a topic titled “CEHIXM Extraction of Metals from Soils and Sediments” at theUS Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) Waterways Experiment Station (WES) Environmental Laboratory, Vicksburg, MS on October 31, 2011. All the expenses were paid by US Army Corps of Engineers, ERDC WES Environmental Engineering Laboratory.

  11. Karim, M. A.(2001), Modeling of Transport and Removal of Contaminants from Soils by the CEHIXM Process, Proceedings of the First Annual Paper Meet and International Conference on Civil Engineering, Organized by the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), Civil Engineering Division of IEB, FEISCA, IEB Chittagong Center, November 2-3, pp.328-340.

Other Publications:

  1. Karim, M. A. (2016, 2017, and 2018), Laboratory Manual for Environmental Engineering: Part II, Tavenner Publishing Company, 406 Sutton Place, Anderson, SC 29621, First Edition, December 2016, ISBN: N/A; Second Edition, December 2017, ISBN: 978-1-943712-96-0, Third Edition, ISBN: 978-1-6422003-5-5.       
  2. Karim, M. A. (2013, 2014, 2016, and 2018), Laboratory Manual for Environmental Engineering: Part I, Tavenner Publishing Company, 406 Sutton Place, Anderson, SC 29621, First Edition, July 2013, ISBN: 978-1-937435-64-6, Second Edition, July 2014, ISBN: 978-1-937435-72-1, and Third Edition, July 2016, ISBN: 978-1-943712-31-1, and Fourth Edition, December 2018, ISBN: 978-1-6422003-4-8.

  3. Debnath, J. and Karim, M. A. (2013), Water: The Risky Business, A teaching module developed as a part of the workshop titled, "Reconnect 2013 Workshop: Water Infrastructure, Contamination and Risk Assessment” held at Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland from June 2–8, 2013 organized by Command, Control, and Interoperability Center for Advanced Data Analysis (CCICADA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DIMACS) and funded by National Science Foundation (NSF). Published in http://www.ccicada.org/2014/06/10/ccicada-education-modules/ in February 2015.

  4. Karim, M. A. and Vasilevska, V. (2015), Having Fun with Graph Theory and Forensics: CSI Fingerprint Analysis, Whose fingerprint is this one? A teaching module developed as a part of the workshop titled, "Reconnect 2014 Workshop: Forensics” held at Mass Maritime Academy, Bazzards Bay, Massachusetts from June 1 – 7, 2014 organized by CCICADA, DHS, and DIMACS and funded by NSF. Submitted on February 14, 2015 for review.

Published Thesis and Dissertation:

  1. Removal of Contaminants from Soils Using Coupled Electric-Hydraulic Gradient Assisted by Ion Exchange Medium, Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio 44115, USA, August 2000.

  2. Impact of Greater Dhaka City Flood Protection Works on the Environment with Specific Reference to Industrial Waste Disposal, M.Sc. Engineering Thesis, Department of Civil Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh, June 1992.

  3. Analysis and Design of Flat Plate Using Finite Element Program, B.Sc. Engineering Thesis, Department of Civil Engineering, BUET, Dhaka-1000, Bangladesh, November 1989.

Funded Research/Travel Grants/Proposals Submitted:

External:

  1. Title: A New Approach to Extract Contaminants from Coarse-Grained Solid Phase;  PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: National Science Foundation (NSF); Amount: $325,796; Submitted September 2018 (Not Funded).
  2. Title:  RUI:  Contaminants Release from Sediments and their Effects in Terrestrial Environments; PI(s): M. Karim; CoPI(s): Adrienne King; Sponsor: National Science Foundation (NSF); Amount: $266,839; October 2015 (Not Funded).
  3. Title:  CAREER: An Approach to Remove Contaminants from  Coarse-Grained Solid Phase; PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: National Science Foundation (NSF); Amount: $504,247; July 2015 (Not Funded).
  4. Title: StormChamber Water Quality Testing; PI(s):  Wasim Barham and M. Karim; Sponsor: Practical Environmental Solutions (DBA: Hydrologic Solutions); Amount: $53,500 (Water Quality Testing) and $32,000 (Structural Testing); March 2015 (Funded).
  5. Title:  RUI: Contaminants Release from Sediments and their Effects in Terrestrial Environments; PI(s):  M. Karim;   CoPI(s): Adrienne King; Sponsor: National Science Foundation (NSF); Amount: $314,013; November 2014 (Not funded).
  6. Title: Engaging Young Women in Engineering Science (EYES): A Weeklong Summer Experience; PI(s):   M. Karim, CoPI(s): Jennifer Louten, Simin Nasseri, and Chi Zhang; Sponsor: National Science Foundation (NSF); Amount: $89,332; November 2014 (Not funded).
  7. Title: Travel grant to visit University Miami, Florida for Accreditation PEV in November 2014; PI(s):  M. Karim; Sponsor: ABET; Amount: $850.38; 11/2014 (Funded).
  8. Title: CAREER: An Innovative Approach to Remove Contaminants from  Coarse-Grained Solid Phase; PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: National Science Foundation (NSF); Amount: $502,362; July 2014 (Not funded).
  9. Title:  Travel grant to attend 2014 Reconnect Workshop in Mass Maritime Academy in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts; PI(s):  M. Karim; Sponsor: National Science Foundation (NSF), through Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DIMACS); Amount: $300 (plus meal & lodging for a week); 06/2014 (Funded).
  10. Title:  Travel grant to attend 2014 ABET PEV training in Baltimore, Maryland;  PI(s):  M. Karim; Sponsor: ABET; Amount: $382.45 (plus meal & lodging for two days); 04/2014 (Funded).
  11. Title:  Removal of Contaminants from  Coarse-Grained Solid Phase using a new  Process/Technology; PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: National Science Foundation (NSF); Amount: $261,606; 02/10/2014  (Not funded).
  12. Title: Travel grant to attend Reconnect Workshop in Baltimore, Maryland;  PI(s):  M. Karim; Sponsor: National Science Foundation (NSF), through Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DIMACS); Amount: $500 (plus meal & lodging for a week); 06/2013 (Funded).
  13. Title:  Summer Research Fellowship in US Army Corps of Engineer, ERDC, WES, Vicksburg, MS; PI(s):   M. Karim; Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineer, ERDC, WES, Vicksburg, MS; Amount: $20,425; 06/2012 (Funded).
  14. Title: Travel, lodging, and meal grant to work in Environmental Laboratory in US Army Corps of Engineer, ERDC, WES, Vicksburg, MS; PI(s): M. Karim;  Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineer, ERDC, WES, Vicksburg, MS; Amount: $5,371; 06/2012 (Funded).
  15. Title: Travel grant to attend ITRC sediment remediation team meeting in Des Moines, Iowa;  PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: Interstate Technological and Regulatory Commission (ITRC); Amount: $1,004; 04/2012 (Funded).
  16. Title: A Unified Approach or Policy for the Use of Alternate Daily Covers in Sanitary Landfills; PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF); Amount: $33,281 (submitted on 11/2011, Not funded.)
  17. Title: Travel grant to attend an invited presentation in US Army Corps of Engineer, ERDC, WES, Vicksburg, MS; PI(s):   M. Karim; Sponsor: US Army Corps of Engineer, ERDC, WES, Vicksburg, MS; Amount: $753; 10/2011 (Funded).
  18. Title: Travel grant to attend ITRC sediment remediation team meeting in Annapolis, Maryland; PI(s):  M. Karim; Sponsor: ITRC; Amount: $565; 06/2011 (Funded).

Internal

  1. Title: Graduate Research Assistantship (GRA); PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: KSU Graduate College, Amount: $7,700; 08/2018 - 05/2019.
  2. Title: Graduate Research Assistantship (GRA); PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: KSU Graduate College, Amount: $4,000; 05/2018 - 07/2018.
  3. Title: Graduate Research Assistantship (GRA); PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: KSU Graduate College, Amount: $11,000; 08/2017 - 05/2018.
  4. Title: Graduate Research Assistantship (GRA); PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: KSU Graduate College, Amount: $3,000; 05/2017 - 07/2017.
  5. Title: Graduate Research Assistantship (GRA); PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: KSU Graduate College, Amount: $7,000; 08/2016 - 05/2017.
  6. Title: Wastewater Treatment Pilot Plant Study; PI(s): M. Karim and Amy Gruss; Sponsor: Kennesaw State University Research Foundation (KSURF), Amount: $2,500; 06/2017.
  7. Title: Travel grant to attend and present a paper and chair a technical session in ASEE Zone II  Conference held in San Juan, Puerto Rico on March 2-5, 2017; PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: Kennesaw State University, CETL; Amount: $1,000; 02/2017.
  8. Title: Travel grant to attend and present a paper and chair a technical session in ASEE Zone II  Conference held in San Juan, Puerto Rico on March 2-5, 2017; PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: Kennesaw State University, Graduate College; Amount: $2,000; 12/2016.
  9. Title: Travel grant to attend and present a paper and chair a technical session in ASEE SE Annual Conference held in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on March 13-15, 2016; PI(s):  M. Karim; Sponsor: Kennesaw State University, CETL; Amount: $1,000; 03/2016.
  10. Title: Travel grant to attend and present a paper in 122nd ASEE Conference and Exposition held in Seattle, Washington on June 14-17, 2015; PI(s): M. Karim;  Sponsor: Kennesaw State University, CETL; Amount: $1,000; 04/2015.
  11. Title:  CTE Teaching Fellowship for Advising and Mentoring; PI(s): M. Karim;  Sponsor: SPSU CTE Fellowship; Amount: $3,000; 2014-2015.
  12. Title: Project Based Learning in Environmental Engineering: A Case Study; PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: SPSU CTE mini-grant; Amount: $750; Spring 2014.
  13. Title: A Week-Long Summer Camp Through Women’s EYES: Engaging Young Women in Engineering Science; PI(s):   M. Karim, S. Nasseri, J. Louten; Sponsor: SPSU mini-grant; Amount: $19,541; 12/10/2013 (Not funded).
  14. Title: Spatial Variation of Total Trihalomethane Concentration in Drinking Water: A Case Study in East Cobb; PI(s):   M. Karim; Sponsor: SPSU mini-grant; Amount: $5,000; 11/22/2013 (Not funded).
  15. Title: Environmental Engineering Laboratory Equipment Enhancement; PI(s):  M. Karim; Sponsor:  SPSU; Amount: $140,078, Tech fee proposal; 11/11/2013 (Not funded).
  16. Title: Environmental Engineering Laboratory Equipment Upgrade; PI(s): M. Karim; Sponsor: SPSU Tech fee; Amount: $15,323.62; 11/11/2013 (Funded).

Student Supervision:

Graduate:

  1. Benjamin Moss, MSc, Thesis title: Comparative Assessment of Methane Generation from Brewery and Domestic Wastewater Using Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) Reactor. Completed May 2016. (Supervisor and Committee Chair)
  2. James Mark, MSc, Thesis title: A Comparative Analysis of Membrane Bioreactor and Conventional Activated Sludge Wastewater Treatment Plants. Completed December 2016. (Supervisor and Committee Chair)
  3. Ahmed Sami Hassan, MSc, Thesis title: Utilization of High Percentage of Fly Ash in Silty Soils to Enhance the Engineering Properties for Subgrade Usage. Completed May 2018.(Supervisor and Committee Chair)
  4. Artine Azimi, Masters’ Thesis: Laboratory Self-Weight Consolidation Testing of Dredged Material from the Savannah Harbor Analyzed Using a One-Dimensional Finite Strain Consolidation Method, Fall 2018.(Committee Member)

Undergraduate:

  1. Ammar Hawa, Project: Heavy Metal Removal from Sewage Sludge Ash (SSA) by Column Washing, Fall 2018
  2. Charlesha Simons and Faheem Haskins, PSLSAMP students, summer 2013. Project: Empirical Correlation Between BOD5 and COD: A Case Study for Wastewater.

 High School:

  1. Chase Ferris, Kennesaw Mountain High School, Spring 2019, Internship Project: A survey of tTHM in drinking water in East Cobb area.
  2. John Taylor Wetterhan, Kennesaw Mountain High School, Spring 2019, Internship Project: A comparative Study of Solid Waste Management in America, Europe, and South Asia.
  3. Joshua Volbracht, Kennesaw Mountain High School, Spring 2019, Internship Project: Establishing a correlation between COD and BOD5 for Domestic Wastewater.
  4. Ashwini Balaganesh, Kennesaw Mountain High School, Fall 2018. Project: Removal of Heavy Metals from Sewage Sludge Ash by Column Washing.

 

 

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