J F Blais
J F Blais
INRS-ETE
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TitleCited byYear
Comparison between electrocoagulation and chemical precipitation for metals removal from acidic soil leachate
N Meunier, P Drogui, C Montané, R Hausler, G Mercier, JF Blais
Journal of hazardous materials 137 (1), 581-590, 2006
3012006
Cocoa shells for heavy metal removal from acidic solutions
N Meunier, J Laroulandie, JF Blais, RD Tyagi
Bioresource Technology 90 (3), 255-263, 2003
2682003
Organics removal in oily bilgewater by electrocoagulation process
M Asselin, P Drogui, SK Brar, H Benmoussa, JF Blais
Journal of Hazardous Materials 151 (2-3), 446-455, 2008
1352008
Kinetics of heavy metal bioleaching from sewage sludge—I. Effects of process parameters
TR Sreekrishnan, RD Tyagi, JF Blais, PGC Campbell
Water Research 27 (11), 1641-1651, 1993
1291993
Electrochemical removal of pollutants from agro-industry wastewaters
P Drogui, M Asselin, SK Brar, H Benmoussa, JF Blais
Separation and Purification Technology 61 (3), 301-310, 2008
1252008
Bioleaching of metals from sewage sludge: microorganisms and growth kinetics
JF Blais, RD Tyagi, JC Auclair
Water Research 27 (1), 101-110, 1993
1241993
Effectiveness of electrocoagulation process in removing organic compounds from slaughterhouse wastewater using monopolar and bipolar electrolytic cells
M Asselin, P Drogui, H Benmoussa, JF Blais
Chemosphere 72 (11), 1727-1733, 2008
1202008
Metals precipitation from effluents
JF Blais, Z Djedidi, RB Cheikh, RD Tyagi, G Mercier
Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Management 12 …, 2008
1102008
Cooperation between two Thiobacillus strains for heavy-metal removal from municipal sludge
JF Blais, JC Auclair, RD Tyagi
Canadian Journal of Microbiology 38 (3), 181-187, 1992
1091992
Bioremediation of hazardous wastes—a review
SK Brar, M Verma, RY Surampalli, K Misra, RD Tyagi, N Meunier, JF Blais
Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Management 10 …, 2006
1062006
Bioleaching of metals from sewage sludge by sulfur-oxidizing bacteria
JF Blais, RD Tyagi, JC Auclair
Journal of Environmental Engineering 118 (5), 690-707, 1992
1031992
PAH removal from spiked municipal wastewater sewage sludge using biological, chemical and electrochemical treatments
XJ Zheng, JF Blais, G Mercier, M Bergeron, P Drogui
Chemosphere 68 (6), 1143-1152, 2007
862007
Electrochemical degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in creosote solution using ruthenium oxide on titanium expanded mesh anode
LH Tran, P Drogui, G Mercier, JF Blais
Journal of hazardous materials 164 (2-3), 1118-1129, 2009
802009
Decolourization of dye-containing effluent using mineral coagulants produced by electrocoagulation
F Zidane, P Drogui, B Lekhlif, J Bensaid, JF Blais, S Belcadi
Journal of Hazardous Materials 155 (1-2), 153-163, 2008
802008
Metals removal from soil, fly ash and sewage sludge leachates by precipitation and dewatering properties of the generated sludge
Z Djedidi, M Bouda, MA Souissi, RB Cheikh, G Mercier, RD Tyagi, ...
Journal of Hazardous Materials 172 (2-3), 1372-1382, 2009
792009
Review of electrochemical technologies for environmental applications
P Drogui, JF Blais, G Mercier
Recent patents on engineering 1 (3), 257-272, 2007
792007
Phosphorus removal from spiked municipal wastewater using either electrochemical coagulation or chemical coagulation as tertiary treatment
N Tran, P Drogui, JF Blais, G Mercier
Separation and Purification Technology 95, 16-25, 2012
782012
Transformation of red mud from aluminium industry into a coagulant for wastewater treatment
É Poulin, JF Blais, G Mercier
Hydrometallurgy 92 (1-2), 16-25, 2008
782008
Simultaneous sewage sludge digestion and metal leaching—Effect of sludge solids concentration
RD Tyagi, JF Blais, N Meunier, H Benmoussa
Water Research 31 (1), 105-118, 1997
761997
Removal of metals in leachate from sewage sludge using electrochemical technology
N Meunier, P Drogui, C Gourvenec, G Mercier, R Hausler, JF Blais
Environmental technology 25 (2), 235-245, 2004
742004
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