Advanced Water Technology Center

PUBLICATIONS: Dr. Jörg E. Drewes


Papers in peer-reviewed journals, published or in press and book chapters



Bellona, C., Heil, D., Yu, C., Fu, P., and Drewes, J. E. (2012). The pros and cons of using nanofiltration in lieu of reverse osmosis for indirect potable reuse applications. Separation and Purification Technology 85. 69-76.

Guerra, K., Pellegrino, J., Drewes, J.E. (2012). Impact of operating conditions on permeate flux and process economics for cross flow ceramic membrane ultrafiltration of surface water. Separation and Purification Technology 87(3), 47-53.

Hyland, K.C., Dickenson, E., Drewes, J.E., and C.P. Higgins (2012) Sorption of Ionized and Neutral Emerging Trace Organic Compounds onto Activated Sludge from Different Wastewater Treatment Configurations. Water Research 46: 1958-1968.

Fujioka, T., Nghiem, L., Khan, S., McDonald, J., Poussade, Y., Drewes, J.E. (2012). Effects of feed solution characteristics on the rejection of N-nitrosamines by reverse osmosis membranes. J. Membrane Science 409-410, 66-74.

Teerlink, J., Hering, A., Higgins, C., Drewes, J.E. (2012). Variability of Trace Organic Chemical Concentrations in Raw Wastewater at Three Distinct Sewershed Scales. Water Research 46, 3261-3271.

Missimer, T., Drewes, J.E., Amy, G., Maliva, R., Keller, S. (2012). Restoration of Wadi Aquifer by Artificial Recharge with Treated Waste Water. Ground Water, 50(4):514-27.

Teerlink, J., Martinez-Hernandez, V., Higgins, C., Drewes, J.E. (2012). Removal of trace organic chemicals in onsite wastewater treatment units: A laboratory experiment. Water Research 46(16): 5174-5184.

Drewes, J.E., Anderson, P., Denslow, N., Olivieri, A., Schlenk, D., Snyder, S.A., Maruya, K.A. (2012). Designing Monitoring Programs for Chemicals of Emerging Concern in Potable Reuse - What to include and what not to include? Water Science and Technology (in press).

Li, D, Sharp, J.O., Saikaly, P.E., Ali, S., Alidina, M., Alarawi, M., Keller, S., Hoppe-Jones, C., Drewes, J.E. (2012). Dissolved Organic Carbon Influences Microbial Community Composition and Diversity in Geographically Distinct Managed Aquifer Recharge Systems. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78(19): 6819-6828.

Drewes, J.E., Rao Garduno, C.P., Amy, G.L. (2012). Water reuse in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – status, prospects and research needs. Water Science and Technology (in press).

Hoppe-Jones, C., Dickenson, E., Drewes, J.E. (2012). Role of Microbial Adaptation and Bioavailable Substrate on the Attenuation of Trace Organic Chemicals during Groundwater Recharge. Science of the Total Environment 437: 137-144.

Fujioka, T., Khan, S.J., Poussade, Y., Drewes, J.E., Nghiem, L.D. (2012). N-nitrosamine removal by reverse osmosis for indirect potable water reuse - A critical review based on observations from laboratory, pilot and full scale studies. Separation and Purification Technology 98. 503-515.



Dickenson, E., Drewes, J.E., Snyder, S.A., and Sedlak, D.L. (2011). Indicator Compounds: An Approach for Using Monitoring Data to Quantify the Occurrence and Fate of Wastewater-Derived Contaminants in Surface Waters. Water Research 45, 1199-1212.

Cath, T.Y., Drewes, J.E., Lundin, C.D., Hancock, N.T., Forward osmosis–reverse osmosis process offers a novel hybrid solution for water purification and reuse, IDA Journal on Desalination and Water Reuse, Fourth Quarter 2010, January 2011.

Laws, B., Dickenson, E., Johnson, T., Snyder, S., Drewes, J.E. (2011). Attenuation of Contaminants of Emerging Concern during Surface Spreading Aquifer Recharge. Sci. Total Environment 409, 1087-1094.

Stevens-Garmon, J., Drewes, J.E., Khan, S., McDonald, J., Dickenson, E. (2011). Sorption of Emerging Trace Organic Compounds onto Wastewater Sludge Solids. Water Research 45, 3417-3426.

Dahm, K., Guerra, K., Xu, P., Drewes, J.E. (2011). A Composite Geochemical Database for Coalbed Methane Produced Water Quality in the Rocky Mountain Region. Environmental Science and Technology 45, 7655-7663.

Bellona, C., Budgell, K., Ball, D., Drewes, J., and Chellam, S. (2011). Models to predict organic contaminant removal by RO and NF Membranes. IWA Journal, 3(2), 40-44.

Missimer, T., Drewes, J.E., Maliva, R., Amy, G. (2011). Aquifer Recharge and Recovery: Groundwater Recharge Systems for Treatment, Storage, and Water Reclamation. Ground Water 49(6), 771-772.



Rauch-Williams, T., Hoppe-Jones, C., and Drewes, J.E. (2010). The Role of Organic Matter in the Removal of Emerging Trace Organic Contaminants during Managed Aquifer Recharge. Water Research 44, 449-460.

Xu, P., Bellona, C., and Drewes, J.E. (2010). Fouling of Nanofiltration and Reverse Osmosis Membranes during Municipal Wastewater Reclamation: Membrane Autopsy Results from Pilot-scale Investigations. J. Membrane Science 353, 111-121.

Conn, K., Lowe, K., Drewes, J.E., Hoppe-Jones, C., and Tucholke, M.B. (2010). Occurrence of Pharmaceuticals and Consumer Product Chemicals in Raw Wastewater and Septic Tank Effluent from Single-Family Houses. Environmental Engineering Science 27:4, 347-356.

Bellona, C., Marts, M., and Drewes, J.E. (2010). The Effect of Organic Membrane Fouling on the Properties and Rejection Characteristics of Two NF Membranes. Separation and Purification Technology 74, 44-54.

Dickenson, E.R.V. and Drewes, J.E. (2010). Quantitative structure property relationships for the adsorption of pharmaceuticals onto activated carbon. Water Science and Technology 62:10, 2270-2276.

Bellona, C.L., Würtele, A., Xu, P., and Drewes, J.E. (2010). Evaluation of a bench-scale membrane fouling protocol to determine fouling propensities of membranes during full-scale water reuse applications. Water Science and Technology. 62:5, 1198-1204.

Drewes, J.E., Khan, S.J., McDonald, J.A., Trang, T.T.T., and Storey, M.V. (2010). Chemical monitoring strategy for the assessment of advanced water treatment plant performance. Water Science and Technology: Water Supply 10:6, 961-968.

Hoppe-Jones, C., Oldham, G., and Drewes, J.E. (2010). Attenuation of Total Organic Carbon and Unregulated Trace Organic Chemicals in U.S. Riverbank Filtration Systems. Water Research 44, 4643-4659.

Le-Minh, N., Khan, S.J., Drewes, J.E., and Stuetz, R. (2010). Fate of antibiotics during municipal water recycling treatment processes. Review. Water Research 44, 4295-4323.

Cath, T.Y., Hancock, N.T., Lundin, C.D., Hoppe-Jones, C., Drewes, J.E. (2010). A Multi Barrier Hybrid Osmotic Dilution Process for Simultaneous Desalination and Purification of Impaired Water. J. Membrane Science 362, 417-426.

Drewes, J. E., Gower, A., Mitchell, R. & Zabel, T. (2010). Chemicals: Health Relevance, Transport and Attenuation. In: WHO Surface Water Monograph. World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva.

Xu, P., Cath, T., Wang, G., Drewes, J.E. and Ruetten, J. (2010). Consider the Pros and Cons of Desalination. In Sustainability of Water Resources and Supplies. Editor Frederick Bloetscher. Publisher American Water Works Association (AWWA).

Drewes, J.E. and Khan, S. (2010). Water Reuse for Drinking Water Augmentation. J. Edzwald (ed.) Water Quality and Treatment, 6th Edition. 16.1-16.48. American Water Works Association.  Denver, Colorado.

Bellona, C. and Drewes, J.E. (2010). Comparing the Phenomenological and Hydrodynamic Modeling Approaches for Describing the Rejection of Emerging Nonionic Organic Contaminants by a Nanofiltration Membrane. ACS Symposium Series, vol. 1048. Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products and Organohalogens. Chapter 20, pp 397–420. DOI: 10.1021/bk-2010-1048.ch020, Washington, D.C.



Drewes, J.E., Dickenson, E. R. V., Sedlak, D. L., and Snyder, S.A. Applying Surrogates and Indicators to Assess Removal Efficiency of Trace Organic Chemicals in Indirect Potable Reuse Systems: Oxidation Processes. Environmental Science and Technology.

Simon, A., Nghiem, L.D., Le-Clech, P., Khan, S., McDonald, J. and Drewes, J.E. (2009). Effects of membrane degradation on the removal of pharmaceutically active compounds (PhACs) by NF/RO filtration processes. J. Membrane Science 340: 16-25.

Drewes, J.E. (2009). Ground Water Replenishment with Recycled Water—Water Quality Improvements during Managed Aquifer Recharge. Ground Water 47:4, 502-505.

Drewes, J.E., Hancock, N., Benko, K., Dahm, K., Xu, P., Heil, D., and Cath, T. (2009). Treatment of Coalbed Methane (CBM) Produced Water. Exploration and Production: Oil and Gas Review. 7, 2, 126-128.

Dickenson, E.R.V., Drewes, J.E., Sedlak, D.L., Wert, E., and Snyder, S.A. (2009). Applying Surrogates and Indicators to Assess Removal Efficiency of Trace Organic Chemicals during Chemical Oxidation of Wastewater. Environmental Science and Technology 43, 6242-6247.



Benko, K. and Drewes, J.E. (2008). Co-produced water in the Western United States: Geographical distribution, occurrence, and composition. Environmental Engineering Science 25, 2, 239-246.

Trenholm, B., Vanderford, B.J., Drewes, J.E., & Snyder, S.A. (2008). Determination of household chemicals using gas chromatography and liquid chromatography with tandem mass spectroscopy. J. Chromatography A. 1190: 253-262.

Bellona C., Oelker, G., Luna, J., Filteau, G., Amy, G. & Drewes, J.E. (2008). Comparing nanofiltration and reverse osmosis for drinking water augmentation. J. American Water Works Association 100:9, 102-116.

Lowe, K., Van Cuyk, S., Siegrist, R. & Drewes, J. E. (2008). Field Evaluation of the Performance of Engineered Onsite Wastewater Treatment Units. J. Hydrologic Engineering, 13:8, 735-743.

Xu, P., Drewes, J.E. and Heil, D. (2008). Beneficial use of co-produced water through membrane treatment: Technical-economic assessment. Desalination 225, 1-3, 139-155.

Xu, P., Drewes, J.E., Heil, D., and Wang, G. (2008). Treatment of brackish produced water using carbon aerogel-based capacitive deionization technology. Water Research 42:10-11, 2605-2617.

Ray, C., Grischek, T., Hubbs, S., Drewes, J.E., Haas, D. and Darnault. C. (2008). Riverbank Filtration for Drinking Water Supply. ASCE Riverbank Filtration. American Society of Civil Engineers. Riverbank Filtration Task Force. John Wiley & Sons.



Bellona, C. and Drewes, J. E. (2007). Viability of a low pressure nanofilter in treating recycled water for water reuse applications – A pilot-scale study. Water Research 41, 3948-3958.

Kim, T-U., Drewes, J.E., Summers, R.S., and Amy, G. (2007). Solute transport model for trace organic neutral and charged compounds through nanofiltration and reverse osmosis. Water Research, 41, 3977-3988.

Sethi, S., Xu, P. and Drewes, J.E. (2007). When less is more. Civil Engineering 77, 9, 72-75.

Amy, G. and Drewes, J. E. (2007). Soil-aquifer treatment (SAT) as a natural and sustainable wastewater reclamation/reuse technology: Fate of wastewater effluent organic matter (EfOM) and trace organic compounds. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 129, 1-3, 19-26.

Drewes, J.E. (2007). Removal of pharmaceuticals in wastewater and drinking water treatment. In: Analysis, fate and removal of pharmaceuticals in the water cycle. M. Petrovic and D. Barcelo (eds.). Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry. Vol. 50. Wilson & Wilsons. Elsevier, Amsterdam. 427-446.



Rauch-Williams, T. & Drewes, J. E. (2006). Using soil biomass as an indicator for the biological removal of effluent-derived organic carbon during soil infiltration. Water Research 40, 961-968.

Xu, P., Drewes, J. E., Kim, T. Bellona, C. & Amy, G. (2006). Effect of membrane fouling on transport of emerging organic contaminants in NF/RO membrane applications. J. Membrane Science 279, 165-175.

Drewes, J. E., Quanrud, D., Amy, G. & Westerhoff, P. (2006). Character of Organic Matter in Soil-Aquifer Treatment Systems. Journal of Environmental Engineering 11, 1447-1458. .

Amy, G. & Drewes, J. E. (2006). Soil-aquifer treatment (SAT) as a natural and sustainable wastewater reclamation/reuse technology: Fate of wastewater effluent organic matter (EfOM) and trace organic compounds. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (in press).

Xu, P. & Drewes, J. E. (2006). Viability of nanofiltration and ultra low pressure reverse osmosis membranes for multi-beneficial use of methane produced water. Separation and Purification Technology.

Drewes, J. E., Hoppe, C., & Jennings, T. (2006). Fate and transport of N-nitrosamines under conditions simulating full-scale groundwater recharge operations. Water Environment Research 78, 13, 2466-2473.

Sethi, S., Walker, S, Drewes, J. E., & Xu, P. (2006). Existing and emerging concentrate minimization and disposal practices for membrane systems. Florida Water Resources Journal, June, 38-48.

Xu, P., Drewes, J. E., Oedekoven, M., Bellona, C., Amy, G. (2006). Rejection of non-ionic organic micropollutants by nanofiltration membranes: Effect of membrane fouling. AWWA Best Membrane Papers Book. Kerry Howe (ed.). American Water Works Association (AWWA), Denver, Colorado.

Rivett, M., Drewes, J.E., Barett, M., Chilton, J., Appleyard, S., Dieter, h.H., Wauchope, D.. & Fastner, J. (2006). Chemicals: Health Relevance, Transport and Attenuation. In: WHO Ground Water Monograph. O. Schmoll, G. Howard, J. Cliton, and I. Chorus (eds.). World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva. IWA Publishing, London. 81-131.



Bellona, C. & Drewes, J. E. (2005). The role of physico-chemical properties of membranes and solutes for rejection of organic acids by nanofiltration membranes. Journal of Membrane Science, 249, 1-2, 227-234.

Xu, P., Drewes, J. E., Bellona, C., Amy, G., Kim, T., Adam, M. & Heberer, T. (2005). Rejection of emerging organic micropollutants in nanofiltration/reverse osmosis membrane applications. Water Environment Research, 77, 1, 40-48.

Drewes, J. E., Hemming, J., Landenburger, S., Schauer, J. & Sonzogni, W. (2005). An assessment of endocrine disrupting activity changes in water reclamation systems through the use of bioassays and chemical measurements. Water Environment Research 77, 1, 12-23.

Rauch, T. & Drewes, J. E. (2005). A novel approach for quantifying biological bulk organic carbon removal in groundwater recharge systems. Journal of Environmental Engineering, 131, 6, 909-923.

Kim, T.-U., Amy, G. & Drewes, J. E. (2005). Rejection of trace organic compounds by high-pressure membranes. Water Science & Technology 51, 6-7, 335-344.

Drewes, J. E., Belllona, C., Oedekoven, M., Xu, P., Kim, T.-U., & Amy, G. (2005). Rejection of wastewater-derived micropollutants in high-pressure membrane applications leading to indirect potable reuse. Environmental Progress 24, 4, 400-409.

Amy, G., Kim, T. U., Yoon, J., Bellona, C. Drewes, J. E., Pellegrino, J. and Heberer, T. (2005). Removal Of Micropollutants By NF/RO Membranes. Water Science and Technology: Water Supply, 5, 25-33.

Drewes, J. E. (2005). Wastewater Reclamation and Reuse Research. In: Water Encyclopedia. J. Lehr and J. Keeley (eds.). Volume 5. Wiley.



Mansell, J. and Drewes, J. E. (2004). Fate of steroidal hormones during soil-aquifer treatment (SAT). Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation. 24, 2, 94-101.

Bellona, C., Drewes, J. E., Xu, P. & Amy, G. (2004). Factors affecting the rejection of organic solutes during NF/RO treatment – A literature review. Water Research 38, 2795-2809.

Mansell, J., Drewes, J. E., & Rauch, T., (2004). Removal mechanisms of endocrine disrupting compounds (steroids) during soil-aquifer treatment. Water Science & Technology 50, 2, 229-237.

Rauch, T. & Drewes, J.E. (2004). Assessing the removal potential of soil-aquifer treatment systems for bulk organic matter. Water Science & Technology 50, 2, 245-253.

Drewes, J. E. (2004). Fate and transport of organic constituents during ground water recharge using water of impaired quality. Risk Assessment of Waste Water Re-use on Groundwater Quality. J. Steenvoorden and T. Endreny (eds.). Wastewater Re-use and Groundwater Quality. International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) Publ. 285. 85-91. Oxfordshire, UK.



Drewes, J. E., Heberer, T., Rauch, T. & Reddersen, K. (2003). Fate of pharmaceuticals during groundwater recharge. Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation 23, 3, 64-72.

Drewes, J. E., Reinhard, M., & Fox, P. (2003). Comparing microfiltration-reverse osmosis and soil-aquifer treatment for indirect potable reuse of water. Water Research 37, 3612-3621.

Montgomery-Brown, J., Reinhard, M., Drewes, J. E. & Fox, P. (2003). Behavior of alkylphenol polyethoxylate metabolites during soil aquifer treatment. Water Research 37, 3672-3681.

Kimura, K., Amy, G., Drewes, J. E., & Watanabe, Y. (2003). Adsorption of hydrophobic compounds onto NF/RO membranes – an artifact leading to overestimation of rejection. J. Membrane Science 221, 89-101.

Kimura, K., Amy, G., Drewes, J. E., Heberer, T. & Watanabe, Y. (2003). Rejection of organic micropollutants (disinfection by-products, endocrine disrupting compounds, and pharmaceutically active compounds) by NF/RO membranes. J. Membrane Science 227, 113-121.



Drewes, J. E. & Croue, J.-P. (2002). New approaches for structural characterization of organic matter in drinking water and wastewater effluents. Water Science & Technology – Water Supply 2, 2, 1-10.

Drewes, J. E., Heberer, T. & Reddersen, K. (2002). Fate of pharmaceuticals during indirect potable reuse. Water Science & Technology 46, 3, 73-80.

Drewes, J. E. & Summers, S. R. (2002). Removal of NOM during bank filtration: Current knowledge and research needs. In: C. Ray, Melin, G. and Linsky, R. (eds.), Riverbank filtration: Improving source water quality. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands. 303-310.



Drewes, J. E. & Fox, P. (2001). Source Water Impact Model (SWIM) – A new planning tool for indirect potable water reuse systems. Water Science & Technology 43 (10), 267-275.

Fox, P. & Drewes, J. E. (2001). Monitoring Requirements for Groundwater Under the Influence of Reclaimed Water. Journal of Environmental Assessment and Monitoring 70, 117-133.

Drewes, J.E., Fox, P. & Jekel, M. (2001), Occurrence of iodinated X-ray contrast media in domestic effluents and their fate during indirect potable reuse. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A 36A. 1633-1645.

Drewes, J. E. & Shore, L. S. (2001). Concerns about pharmaceuticals in water reuse, groundwater recharge, and animal waste. In: Ch. Daughton and T. L. Jones-Lepp (Eds.) American Chemical Society Symposium Series 791 “Pharmaceuticals and personal care products in the environment" No. 791, Washington, D.C., 206-228.



Drewes, J.E. & Fox, P. (2000). Effect of drinking water sources on reclaimed water quality in water reuse systems. Water Environment Research 72, 3, 353-362.

Drewes, J.E., Fox, P. & Jekel, M. (2001), Occurrence of iodinated X-ray contrast media in domestic effluents and their fate during indirect potable reuse. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A 36A. 1633-1645.

Fox, P., Narayanaswamy, K., Genz, A., and Drewes, J. E. (2000). Water quality transformations during soil-aquifer treatment at the Mesa Northwest Water Reclamation Plant, USA. Water Science & Technology 43 (10), 343-350.

Drewes, J. E., Fox, P. & Nellor, M. (2000), Efficiency and Sustainability of Soil-Aquifer Treatment for Indirect Potable Reuse of Reclaimed Water. I. Chorus et al. (eds.), Water, Sanitation & Health. IWA Publishing, London, 227-232.


Prior to 1999

Bouwer, H., Fox, P., Westerhoff, P. & Drewes, J.E. (1999). Integrating water management and re-use: causes for concern? Water Quality International, Jan/Feb, 19-22.

Drewes, J.E., Sprinzl, M., Soellner, A., Williams, M, Fox, P. & Westerhoff, P. (1999). Tracking Residual Dissolved Organic Carbon using XAD-Fractionation and 13C-NMR Spectroscopy in Indirect Potable Reuse Systems. Vom Wasser 93, 95-107.

Drewes, J.E. & Fox, P. (1999). Fate of natural organic matter (NOM) during groundwater recharge using reclaimed water. Water Science & Technology 40, 9, 241-248.

Drewes, J.E. & Fox, P. (1999). Behavior and characterization of residual organic compounds in wastewater used for indirect potable reuse. Water Science & Technology 40, 4-5, 391-398.

Drewes, J. E. & Jekel, M. (1998). Behavior of DOC and AOX using advanced treated wastewater for groundwater recharge. Water Research 32, 10, 3125-3133.

Drewes, J. E. & Weigert, B. (1998). Sustainable Development – A new approach for public water supply! gwf Wasser/Abwasser 139, 11, 699-705 (in German).

Drewes. J. E. (1998). Anforderungen an eine nachhaltige Wassernutzung in Berlin-Brandenburg. Forschungs- und Sitzungsberichte. Nachhaltige Raumentwicklung. Szenarien und Perspektiven für Berlin-Brandenburg. Band 205. Akademie fuer Raumforschung und Landesplanung. Hannover. 199-217.

Drewes, J. E., Fox, P. & Ziegler, D. (1998). Impact of drinking water sources on refractory DOC in water reuse systems. Peters et al. (eds.), Artificial Recharge of Groundwater. Balkema, Rotterdam, 461-463.

Bornhardt, C., Drewes, J. E. & Jekel, M. (1997). Removal of organic halogens (AOX) from municipal wastewater by powdered activated carbon (PAC)/activated sludge (AS) treatment. Water Science & Technology 35, 10, 147-153.

Drewes, J. E. & Jekel, M. (1997), Investigation of competing adsorption of organic solutes in domestic wastewater. Vom Wasser 89, 97-114 (in German).

Drewes, J. E. (1997). Behavior of organic compounds in domestic effluents used for groundwater recharge. Fortschritt-Berichte VDI-Verlag No 174, Umwelttechnik, Düsseldorf (in German).

Drewes, J. E. & Jekel, M. (1996). Simulation of Groundwater Recharge With Advanced Treated Wastewater, Water Science & Technology 33, 10-11, 409-418.

Drewes, J. E., Bornhardt, C. & Jekel, M. (1996), Adsorption characteristics of municipal wastewater during biological treatment and subsequent soil infiltration. Vom Wasser 86, 43-55 (in German).

Drewes, J. E. & Jekel, M. (1996). Reuse of Advanced Treated Sewage Effluent for Groundwater Recharge. Nordic Hydrological Programme. Report No. 38. 161-167.

Drewes, J. E., Bornhardt, C. & Jekel, M. (1996). Untersuchungen zur Nutzung von Klarwässern für eine Versickerung auf Rieselfeldböden. Schriftenreihe im Fachbereich Umwelt und Gesellschaft. Landschaftsentwicklung und Umweltforschung, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin. Nr. 101. 93-100.

Drewes, J. E. (1996). Wende zu einer nachhaltigen Wassernutzung. K.H. Hübler, U. Weiland (Eds.). Nachhaltige Entwicklung. Eine Herausforderung für die Forschung? Verlag für Wissenschaft und Forschung. Berlin. 153-166.

Drewes, J. E., Kretschmer, J., Ohm, M., Suhr, M. & Jekel, M. (1991). Ursachen fixiert. Ein neues Instrumentarium analysiert Umweltbelastungen an einem Fallbeispiel aus der fotochemischen Industrie. Müllmagazin 2, 20-24.