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Uta Krogmann
Associate Professor
Solid waste management and engineering

Education: Ph.D., Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg (Germany)
Phone: 848-932-5729
E-mail: krogmann@envsci.rutgers.edu


Research Interests

Dr. Krogmann has broad experience in solid waste management and engineering and more recently in sustainability engineering. Her research and outreach include studies related to the management of biodegradable organic wastes; landfilling; recycling and solid waste public policy issues. Her most recent research combines field- and simulation-based studies to investigate the potential for achieving sustainable design in the provision and use of energy and water systems in urban buildings.
Publications

Andrews, C.J. and Krogmann, U.: Explaining the Adoption of Energy-Efficient Technologies in U.S. Commercial Buildings. Energy Build., 41, 2009, 287-294.

Tsai, C.-L., Krogmann, U. and Strom, P.F.: Characteristics of Leachate from Glass Cullet Stockpiles. Waste Manage., 29, 2009, 1296-1305.

Andrews, C.J. and Krogmann, U.: Technology Diffusion and Energy Intensity in US Commercial Buildings. Energy Policy, 37, 2009, 541-553.

Krogmann, U., Rogers, B.F. and Kumudini, S.: Effects of Mulching Established Highbush Blueberry Plants with Cranberry Fruits and Leaves on Yield, Nutrient Uptake, Soil Properties and Weed Suppression. Comp. Sci. Util., 16(4), 2008, 220-227.

Krogmann, U., Andrews, C.J., Kim, M., Kiss, G. and Miflin, C.: Mass Balance for the Solaire and the 2020 Tower: Implications for Closing the Water Loop in High-Rise Buildings. JAWRA, 2007, 43(6), 1414-1423.

Ramirez-Perez, J.C., Strom, P.F., Krogmann, U.: Horse Manure and Cranberry Fruit Composting Kinetics and Measures of Stability. Comp. Sci. Util., 15(3), 2007, 200-214.

Romano, P.V., Krogmann, U., Westendorf, M. and Strom, P.F.: Reduction of Fecal Streptococci and Strongyle Eggs during Small-Scale Composting of Horse Manure Mixed with Wood Shavings. Comp. Sci. Util., 14(2), 2006, 132-141.

Hull, R.M., Krogmann, U., and Strom, P.F.: Composition and Characteristics of Excavated Materials from a New Jersey Landfill. J. Env. Eng. (ASCE), 131(3), 2005, 478-490.

Krogmann, U. and Gibson, V.: Integrating Development of Extension Materials and Formative Informal Evaluation: Land Application of Sewage Sludge as a Case Example. J. of Extension, 2003, 41(1), www.joe.org/joe/2003february/a1.shtml.

Krogmann, U. and Chiang, H.-N.: Selected Nutrients and Heavy Metals in Sewage Sludge from New Jersey POTWs. JAWRA, 38(3), 2002, 681-692.

Krogmann, U., Heckman, J.R., and Boyles, L.S.: Nitrogen Mineralization of Grass Clippings A Case Study in Fall Cabbage Production. Comp. Sci. Util., 9(3), 2001, 230-240.

Krogmann, U., Gibson, V., and Chess, C.: Land Application of Sewage Sludge: Perceptions of New Jersey Vegetable Farmers. Waste Manage. Res., 19(2), 2001, 115-125.

Rogers, B.F., Krogmann, U., and Boyles, L.S.: Nitrogen Mineralization of Non-Traditional Organic Wastes. 2001. Soil Sci., 166(5), 2001, 353-363.

Krogmann, U. and Woyczechowski, H.: Selected Characteristics of Leachate, Condensate and Runoff Released during Composting of Biogenic Waste. Waste Manage. Res., 18(3), 2000, 235-248.

Krogmann, U., Boyles, L, Bamka, W.J., Chaiprapat, S., and Martel, C.J.: Biosolids and Sludge Management. Water Environ. Res. 71(5), 1999, 692-715.

Goldfarb, W., Krogmann, U., and Hopkins, C.: Unsafe Sewage Sludge or Beneficial Biosolids?: Liability, Planning, and Management Issues regarding the Land Application of Sewage Treatment Residuals. B. C. Env. Aff. L. Rev. 26(4), 1999, 687-768.

Krogmann, U.: Effects of Season and Population Density on Source-Separated Waste Composts. Waste Manage. Res., 17(2), 1999, 109-123.


 


 

 

 

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