Journal of Hydrogeology & Hydrologic EngineeringISSN: 2325-9647

Ole Pahl

Ole Pahl, PhD
School of Engineering and Built Environment
Glasgow Caledonian University, UK

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Dr. Ole Pahl, as an environmental engineer, was specialized in waste water treatment and related gaseous emissions for his PhD, conducted at the University of Birmingham and Silsoe Research Institute. Dr. Ole worked for Cranfield University, the Meat and Livestock Commission, and National Energy Services Ltd., mainly on projects concerning the implications of environmental legislation on business practices and on environmental standards. Dr. Ole has a strong interest in the identification of sustainable management and treatment options for biological wastes, primarily in the context of municipal waste water and agricultural / livestock residues. Dr. Ole carries out his research interest via secondment to in-house consultancy and KTP projects and, primarily, UK and EU funded research projects. He contributed to a number of research projects and has been primary investigator on projects totalling over £2.5M since joining GCU. His current research focus is on the management, abatement and reduction of pharmaceutical micropollutants in water, and of emissions from livestock production. Key techniques involved in this work are risk assessment, biological treatment processes (composting, anaerobic digestion), environmental monitoring (air, water, soil) and holistic source-receptor tracing of pollution pathways.

Research Interest

Dr. Ole Pahl's research interests include: Identification of sustainable management and treatment options for biological wastes


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