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Reports/Books

  • Erdal U.G. and Bérubé P.R. (2011) Chapter 3 – Biological Process Fundamentals, In: Membrane Bioreactors – Water Environment Federation Manual of Practice No. 36, McGraw-Hill Publishing, New York.
  • Bérubé P.R., Sustainable Water for the Future – Water Recycling versus Desalination, Schaefer A. and Escobar I. (editors), Chapter on “Membrane Bioreactors for Wastewater Reuse: Theory and Applications”, Book to be published by Elsevier Science in 2009.
  • Guo F., Bérubé P.R., and Laliberté J.P. (2007) Removal of Toxicity-Causing Surfactants from a Primary Effluent – Part B: Pilot Study Assessment of Roughing Trickling Filter Loadings, Greater Vancouver Regional District – Policy and Planning Department.
  • Bérubé P.R. (2006) Removal of Toxicity-Causing Surfactants from a Primary Effluent – Part A: Controlled Public Education Study, Greater Vancouver Regional District – Policy and Planning Department.
  • Hall E.R. and Bérubé P.R. (2006) Membrane Bioreactors for Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment – Phase 2 Report: Membrane Bioreactors for the Anaerobic Treatment of Municipal Wastewaters, Water Environment Research Foundation Project No. 02-CTS-4.
  • Sutton P.M., Bérubé P.R. and Hall E.R. (2004) Membrane Bioreactors for Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment – Phase 1 Report: Compilation/Review of Existing Literature, Water Environment Research Foundation Project No. 02-CTS-4.
  • Bérubé P.R. (2002) Water Reuse in the Pulp and Paper Industry, In: Water Reuse and Recycling – CEME Linking Water Science to Policy Workshop Series, Report No. 3, Marsalek J., Schaefer K., Exall K., Aidun B. (eds.), Canadian Council of Ministers of Environment.
  • Bérubé P. R. and Hall E. R. (2000) Membrane Bioreactors for Contaminant Control in Closed Pulp and Paper Mills, Sustainable Management Network Report.

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