Craig Sheridan
Craig Sheridan
Professor, School of Geography, Archeology and Environmental Studies, Wits University
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Environmentally sustainable acid mine drainage remediation: Research developments with a focus on waste/by-products
I Moodley, CM Sheridan, U Kappelmeyer, A Akcil
Minerals Engineering 126, 207-220, 2018
Remediation of acid mine drainage using metallurgical slags
T Name, C Sheridan
Minerals Engineering 64, 15-22, 2014
An annual and seasonal characterisation of winery effluent in South Africa
CM Sheridan, D Glasser, D Hildebrandt, J Petersen, J Rohwer
South African Journal of Enology and Viticulture 32 (1), 1-8, 2011
The Fenton oxidation of biologically treated paper and pulp mill effluents: a performance and kinetic study
A Brink, CM Sheridan, KG Harding
Process Safety and Environmental Protection 107, 206-215, 2017
Assessing the blue-water footprint of an opencast platinum mine in South Africa
N Ranchod, CM Sheridan, N Pint, K Slatter, KG Harding
Water SA 41 (2), 287-293, 2015
Technical note On modifying the Arrhenius equation to compensate for temperature changes for reactions within biological systems
C Sheridan, J Petersen, J Rohwer
Water SA 38 (1), 149-152, 2012
A comparison of charcoal-and slag-based constructed wetlands for acid mine drainage remediation
G Sheridan, K Harding, E Koller, A De Pretto
Water SA 39 (3), 369-374, 2013
Quantification of water usage at a South African platinum processing plant
EL Haggard, CM Sheridan, KG Harding
Water SA 41 (2), 279-286, 2015
The potential utilisation of indigenous South African grasses for acid mine drainage remediation
B Ramla, C Sheridan
Water SA 41 (2), 247-252, 2015
Estimating rate constants of contaminant removal in constructed wetlands treating winery effluent: A comparison of three different methods
CM Sheridan, D Glasser, D Hildebrandt
Process Safety and Environmental Protection 92 (6), 903-916, 2014
A critical process analysis of wine production to improve cost, quality and environmental performance
CM Sheridan, FF Bauer, S Burton, L Lorenzen
Water Science and Technology 51 (1), 39-46, 2005
Combined biological and advance oxidation processes for paper and pulp effluent treatment
A Brink, C Sheridan, K Harding
South African Journal of Chemical Engineering 25, 116-122, 2018
Turning wine (waste) into water: toward technological advances in the use of constructed wetlands for winery effluent treatment
C Sheridan, D Hildebrand, D Glasser
AIChE Journal 60 (2), 420-431, 2014
The availability of second generation feedstocks for the treatment of acid mine drainage and to improve South Africa's bio-based economy
DK Westensee, K Rumbold, KG Harding, CM Sheridan, LD van Dyk, ...
Science of The Total Environment 637, 132-136, 2018
A comparison of three different residence time distribution modelling methodologies for horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands
R Bonner, L Aylward, U Kappelmeyer, C Sheridan
Ecological Engineering 99, 99-113, 2017
Mental models of a water management system in a green building
A Kalantzis, A Thatcher, C Sheridan
Applied ergonomics 57, 36-47, 2016
Evaluation of a combined lignocellulosic/waste water bio‐refinery for the simultaneous production of valuable biochemical products and the remediation of acid mine drainage
NW Burman, KG Harding, CM Sheridan, L Van Dyk
Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining 12 (4), 649-664, 2018
Heat as a hydraulic tracer for horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands
R Bonner, L Aylward, C Harley, U Kappelmeyer, CM Sheridan
Journal of water process engineering 16, 183-192, 2017
Water accountability and efficiency at a base metals refinery
A Osman, FK Crundwell, KG Harding, CM Sheridan, A du Toit
Proc. Water in Mining, 26-28, 2013
Engineering design of subsurface flow constructed wetlands for the primary treatment of winery effluent
C Sheridan, J Peterson, J Rohwer, S Burton
Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Wetland Systems for …, 2006
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