Jan Peter van der Hoek
Jan Peter van der Hoek
Professor Drinking Water Engineering, Delft University of Technology
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Quantitative biofouling diagnosis in full scale nanofiltration and reverse osmosis installations
JS Vrouwenvelder, SA Manolarakis, JP Van der Hoek, JAM Van Paassen, ...
Water research 42 (19), 4856-4868, 2008
Wastewater as a resource: Strategies to recover resources from Amsterdam's wastewater
JP van der Hoek, H de Fooij, A Struker
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 113, 53-64, 2016
Sorption and biodegradation of organic micropollutants during river bank filtration: A laboratory column study
C Bertelkamp, J Reungoat, ER Cornelissen, N Singhal, J Reynisson, ...
Water Research 52, 231-241, 2014
An experimental study on the influence of water stagnation and temperature change on water quality in a full-scale domestic drinking water system
L Zlatanović, JP van der Hoek, JHG Vreeburg
Water Research 123, 761-772, 2017
Human health risk assessment of the mixture of pharmaceuticals in Dutch drinking water and its sources based on frequent monitoring data
CJ Houtman, J Kroesbergen, K Lekkerkerker-Teunissen, JP van der Hoek
Science of the Total Environment 496, 54-62, 2014
Nitrate removal from ground water
JP Van der Hoek, A Klapwijk
Water Research 21 (8), 989-997, 1987
Energy in the urban water cycle: Actions to reduce the total expenditure of fossil fuels with emphasis on heat reclamation from urban water
JA Elías-Maxil, JP Van Der Hoek, J Hofman, L Rietveld
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 30, 808-820, 2014
Health risk assessment of organic micropollutants in greywater for potable reuse
R Etchepare, JP van der Hoek
Water Research 72, 186-198, 2015
Combined ion exchange/biological denitrification for nitrate removal from ground water under different process conditions
JP van der Hoek, PJM van der Ven, A Klapwijk
Water Research 22 (6), 679-684, 1988
Nitrogen Recovery from Wastewater: Possibilities, Competition with Other Resources and Adaptation Pathways
JP van der Hoek, R Duijff, O Reinstra
In: Maria Helena Henriques, editor. Prime Archives in Sustainability …, 2019
Nitrogen recovery from wastewater: Possibilities, competition with other resources, and adaptation pathways
JP van der Hoek, R Duijff, O Reinstra
Sustainability 10 (12), 4605 (1-18), 2018
Life cycle assessment of nutrient recycling from wastewater: A critical review
KL Lam, L Zlatanović, JP van der Hoek
Water research 173, 115519, 2020
The scaling potential of barium sulphate in reverse osmosis systems
SFE Boerlage, MD Kennedy, I Bremere, GJ Witkamp, JP Van der Hoek, ...
Journal of Membrane Science 197 (1-2), 251-268, 2002
The use of biological activated carbon filtration for the removal of natural organic matter and organic micropollutants from water
JP Van der Hoek, J Hofman, A Graveland
Water Science and Technology 40 (9), 257-264, 1999
Use of the Threshold of Toxicological Concern (TTC) approach for deriving target values for drinking water contaminants
MN Mons, MB Heringa, J Van Genderen, LM Puijker, W Brand, ...
Water research 47 (4), 1666-1678, 2013
RO treatment: selection of a pretreatment scheme based on fouling characteristics and operating conditions based on environmental impact
JP Van der Hoek, J Hofman, PAC Bonné, MM Nederlof, ...
Desalination 127 (1), 89-101, 2000
Retention of herbicides and pesticides in relation to aging of RO membranes
PAC Bonne, EF Beerendonk, JP Van der Hoek, J Hofman
Desalination 132 (1-3), 189-193, 2000
Enhanced performance of the Eurostat method for comprehensive assessment of urban metabolism: A material flow analysis of Amsterdam
IM Voskamp, S Stremke, M Spiller, D Perrotti, JP van der Hoek, ...
Journal of Industrial Ecology 21 (4), 887-902, 2017
The effect of redox conditions and adaptation time on organic micropollutants removal during river bank filtration: A laboratory-scale column study
C Bertelkamp, ARD Verliefde, K Schoutteten, L Vanhaecke, JV Bussche, ...
Science of the Total Environment 544, 309-318, 2016
Improving eco-efficiency of Amsterdam water supply: a LCA approach
PK Mohapatra, MA Siebel, HJ Gijzen, JP Van der Hoek, CA Groot
Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology—AQUA 51 (4), 217-227, 2002
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