Matthew Thompson
Matthew Thompson
Graduate Research Assistant, University of Nebraska–Lincoln
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Benchmarking the Energy Intensity of Small Water Resource Recovery Facilities: Hanna et al.
SM Hanna, MJ Thompson, MF Dahab, RE Williams, BI Dvorak
Water Environment Research 90 (8), 738-747, 2018
Improving energy efficiency of small water-resource recovery facilities: Opportunities and barriers
M Thompson, MF Dahab, RE Williams, B Dvorak
Journal of Environmental Engineering 146 (7), 05020005, 2020
Assessment of small mechanical wastewater treatment plants: Relative life cycle environmental impacts of construction and operations
S Moussavi, M Thompson, S Li, B Dvorak
Journal of Environmental Management 292, 112802, 2021
Environmental life cycle impacts of small wastewater treatment plants: Design recommendations for impact mitigation
A Pham, S Moussavi, M Thompson, B Dvorak
Water Research 207, 117758, 2021
Life cycle and economic assessment of corn production practices in the western US Corn Belt
S Li, M Thompson, S Moussavi, B Dvorak
Sustainable Production and Consumption 27, 1762-1774, 2021
Energy Profiles of Nine Water Treatment Plants in the Salt Lake City Area of Utah and Implications for Planning, Design, and Operation
RB Sowby, MJ Thompson
Journal of Environmental Engineering 147 (7), 04021018, 2021
Benchmarking the electric intensity of small Nebraska wastewater treatment facilities
S Hanna, B Dvorak, M Dahab, M Thompson
Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference 2017 …, 2017
Closure to “Improving Energy Efficiency of Small Water-Resource Recovery Facilities: Opportunities and Barriers” by Matthew Thompson, Mohamed F. Dahab, Robert E. Williams, and …
M Thompson, MF Dahab, RE Williams, B Dvorak
Journal of Environmental Engineering 147 (4), 07021002, 2021
Evaluating Opportunities and Barriers to Improving the Energy Efficiency of Small Nebraska Wastewater Treatment Plants
MJ Thompson
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