Norli Ismail
Norli Ismail
School of Industrial Technology, Universiti Sains Malaysia
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Impacts of trace element supplementation on the performance of anaerobic digestion process: A critical review
YY Choong, I Norli, AZ Abdullah, MF Yhaya
Bioresource technology 209, 369-379, 2016
Strategies for improving biogas production of palm oil mill effluent (POME) anaerobic digestion: A critical review
YY Choong, KW Chou, I Norli
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 82, 2993-3006, 2018
Removal of pathogenic bacteria from sewage-treated effluent and biosolids for agricultural purposes
AA Al-Gheethi, AN Efaq, JD Bala, I Norli, MO Abdel-Monem, MO Ab. Kadir
Applied Water Science 8, 1-25, 2018
Extraction and recovery of methylene blue from industrial wastewater using benzoic acid as an extractant
G Muthuraman, TT Teng, CP Leh, I Norli
Journal of Hazardous Materials 163 (1), 363-369, 2009
Characterization of biopolymeric flocculant (pectin) and organic synthetic flocculant (PAM): A comparative study on treatment and optimization in kaolin suspension
YC Ho, I Norli, AFM Alkarkhi, N Morad
Bioresource technology 101 (4), 1166-1174, 2010
A review on sediment microbial fuel cells as a new source of sustainable energy and heavy metal remediation: mechanisms and future prospective
SZ Abbas, M Rafatullah, N Ismail, MI Syakir
International Journal of Energy Research 41 (9), 1242-1264, 2017
Assessment of arsenic and heavy metal contents in cockles (Anadara granosa) using multivariate statistical techniques
FMA Alkarkhi, N Ismail, AM Easa
Journal of hazardous materials 150 (3), 783-789, 2008
Palm oil mill effluent (POME) treatment “Microbial communities in an anaerobic digester”: A Review.
BJ David, J Lalung, N Ismail
International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications,, 2014
Removal of cationic dye by magnetic nanoparticle (Fe3O4) impregnated onto activated maize cob powder and kinetic study of dye waste adsorption
KA Tan, N Morad, TT Teng, I Norli, P Panneerselvam
APCBEE Procedia 1, 83-89, 2012
Extraction of Cu (II) from aqueous solutions by vegetable oil-based organic solvents
SH Chang, TT Teng, N Ismail
Journal of Hazardous Materials 181 (1-3), 868-872, 2010
A review on mechanism and future perspectives of cadmium-resistant bacteria
SZ Abbas, M Rafatullah, K Hossain, N Ismail, HA Tajarudin, ...
International journal of environmental science and technology 15, 243-262, 2018
Bioremediation and detoxification of pulp and paper mill effluent: A review
K Hossain, N Ismail
Research Journal of Environmental Toxicology 9 (3), 113, 2015
Analysis of heavy metal concentrations in sediments of selected estuaries of Malaysia—a statistical assessment
AFM Alkarkhi, N Ismail, A Ahmed, AM Easa
Environmental monitoring and assessment 153, 179-185, 2009
Determination of heavy metals in Zayandeh Rood river, Isfahan-Iran
Y Sanayei, N Ismail, SM Talebi
World Applied Sciences Journal 6 (9), 1209-1214, 2009
Studies on the reduction of organic load from palm oil mill effluent (POME) by bacterial strains
JD Bala, J Lalung, N Ismail
International Journal of Recycling of Organic Waste in Agriculture 4, 1-10, 2015
Removal of heavy metals and antibiotics from treated sewage effluent by bacteria
AAS Al-Gheethi, J Lalung, EA Noman, JD Bala, I Norli
Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 17, 2101-2123, 2015
Biodegradation of palm oil mill effluent (POME) by bacteria.
BJ David, L Japareng, N Ismail
International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, 2014
Biodegradation of Pharmaceutical Wastes in Treated Sewage Effluents by Bacillus subtilis 1556WTNC
AAS Al-Gheethi, N Ismail
Environmental Processes 1, 459-481, 2014
Industrial discharge and their effect to the environment
YC Ho, KY Show, XX Guo, I Norli, FMA Abbas, N Morad
Industrial waste, 1-33, 2012
Use of bulk liquid membrane for the removal of chromium (VI) from aqueous acidic solution with tri-n-butyl phosphate as a carrier
G Muthuraman, TT Teng, CP Leh, I Norli
Desalination 249 (2), 884-890, 2009
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