Sustainable Environment Research Laboratories

Organization profile

Organisation profile

In response to the issues of environmental conservation and sustainable resources and under the NCKU's Top-Tier Program, the multi-disciplinary Sustainable Environment Research Center (SERC) was established in early 2006, with a holistic approach of three integrating subgroups: Environment Resource Management Research Center, Environment Research Center, and Resource Recycling and Management Research Center. In 2013 Sustainable Environment Research Laboratories is founded.

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Bioreactors Chemical Compounds
Phosphorus Engineering & Materials Science
Bioremediation Engineering & Materials Science
Biodegradation Chemical Compounds
phosphorus Earth & Environmental Sciences
bioremediation Earth & Environmental Sciences
Wastewater treatment Chemical Compounds
Groundwater Engineering & Materials Science

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Research Output 2001 2018

A review in the current developments of genus Dehalococcoides, its consortia and kinetics for bioremediation options of contaminated groundwater

Saiyari, D. M., Chuang, H. P., Senoro, D. B., Lin, T-F., Whang, L-M., Chiu, Y. T. & Chen, Y. H., 2018 Jan 1, (Accepted/In press) In : Sustainable Environment Research.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Dechlorination
Bioremediation
bioremediation
ethylene
Groundwater

Biological acetate production from carbon dioxide by Acetobacterium woodii and Clostridium ljungdahlii: The effect of cell immobilization

Cheng, H. H., Syu, J. C., Tien, S. Y. & Whang, L-M., 2018 Aug 1, In : Bioresource Technology. 262, p. 229-234 6 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Acetobacterium
Cell immobilization
Polyvinyl Alcohol
Clostridium
Volatile Fatty Acids

Methanogenic degradation of tetramethylammonium hydroxide by Methanomethylovorans and Methanosarcina

Hu, T. H., Whang, L-M. & Huang, C. Y., 2018 Sep 5, In : Journal of Hazardous Materials. 357, p. 180-186 7 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Sulfur Compounds
Bioconversion
Anaerobic digestion
Polymerase chain reaction
Sulfides