Category Archives: Innovative Waste Technology Research

Interview with Matthew Lisiecki (MPA Candidate 2013, NYU)

Matthew, an MPA student at NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service, contacted me about six weeks ago and asked to do an online interview. Matt is currently studying open government and innovation in a class with Beth Noveck (former head … Continue reading

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WeRecycle is here – vote on US EPA Apps for the Environment!

Click Here to View our Entry and Vote! Our newest app, another collaboration with Dr. Kyle Johnsen and his research group, WeRecycle, is here! UGA Press Release. WeRecycle is a platform to facilitate communication about waste between citizens and and … Continue reading

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Tiny Creatures, Big Plans (from Waste Age Magazine)

An article on my EREF funded microbial fuel cell research is in the current (May 2010) issue of Waste Age Magazine. Click here to read it >>> Share it.

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Summer Opportunity for UGA Students with iPhone Application Development Experience

UGA student worker needed hourly to assist in the development of an environmentally-focused iPhone application project this summer.  Interested applicants must have iPhone development experience. Experience in Java/C/C++,  HTML forms, XML Web Services, and database (MySQL) interfacing is highly desirable. … Continue reading

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Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF) Reports Posted

The two projects I had funded by EREF (while I was still at the University of New Hampshire) have been posted to their new, great looking, website. Microbial Fuel Cells in Landfill Applications>> Modeling of Hydrogen Sulfide Generation from Landfills Beneficially … Continue reading

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