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  • Chanan, Amit; Kandasamy, Jaya; Vigneswaran, Saravanamuth; Spyrakis, G; Ghetti, Isabelle; Idris, Elisa (David Publishing Company, 2010)
    Rainwater tanks have been an integral part of the Australian landscape given the vital role these tanks have played over the years in rural Australia. In the past Local government and Water Authorities actively discouraged ...
  • Kannapiran, Arasu; Jeyakumaran, Jeku; Chanan, Amit; Kandasamy, Jaya; Singh, Gurmeet; Tambosis, Photios; Al-Jumaily, Adel Ali (University of Technology, Sydney, 2007)
  • Chanan, Amit; Vigneswaran, Saravanamuth; Kandasamy, Jaya; Shon, Hokyong (Institution of Civil Engineers, 2010)
    Water mining is the process of extracting valuable water from a sewerage network by treating raw sewage to high standards. A range of commercially viable water mining treatment technologies are now available to treat sewage ...
  • Chanan, Amit; Kandasamy, Jaya; Vigneswaran, Saravanamuth; Sharma, Deepak (Elsevier B.V, 2009)
    There is growing consensus worldwide against the conventional centralised approach to water management, and a a??soft patha?? for water management has emerged as a sustainable alternative. A a??soft patha?? for water ...
  • Kannapiran, Arasu; Chanan, Amit; Singh, Gurmeet; Tambosis, Photios; Jeyakumaran, Jeku; Kandasamy, Jaya (IWA Publishing, 2007)
    Stormwater drainage is one of the important infrastructures of any modern urban city. A well planned, operated and maintained stormwater system should drain stormwater runoff effectively during normal periods and during ...
  • Chanan, Amit; Vigneswaran, Saravanamuth; Kandasamy, Jaya; Simmons, Bruce (ICE - Institution of Civil Engineers, 2011)
    The platform on which the labour government came to power in Australia in November 2007 included a policy of setting a national wastewater recycling target of 30% by the year 2015. A similar target-based approach was ...
  • Chanan, Amit; Vigneswaran, Saravanamuth; Kandasamy, Jaya; Johir, Johir (Chinese Institute of Environmental Engineering (CIEnvE), 2013)
    Eutrophication of water bodies is a major, global environmental problem. It is now well understood that its main cause is excessive amounts of nutrients such as phosphorus. Stringent laws were therefore introduced across ...
  • Chekli, Laura; Phuntsho, Sherub; Shon, Hokyong; Vigneswaran, Saravanamuth; Kandasamy, Jaya; Chanan, Amit (Taylor and Francis, 2012)
    Forward osmosis (FO) is one of the emerging membrane technologies which has gained renewed interest recently as a low energy desalination process. The central to FO process is the draw solution (DS) and the membrane because ...
  • Chanan, Amit; Vigneswaran, Saravanamuth; Kandasamy, Jaya; Simmons, Bruce (Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht, 2013)
    Throughout the human existence on this planet, water and wastewater infrastructure never attracted as much public attention as it did during the second half of the nineteenth century. Following extensive debate on appropriate ...