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Frederickson, J.; Boardman, C. P.; Gladding, T. L.; Simpson, A. E.; Howell, G. and Sgouridis, F. (2013). Evidence: Biofilter performance and operation as related to commercial composting. Environment Agency, Bristol. file

Slater, Rachel; Frederickson, James and Yoxon, Mark (2010). Unlocking the potential of community composting: Full project report. Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs, London, UK. file

Lewin, K.; Turrell, J.; Godley, A.; Frederickson, J.; Blakey, N. and Gronow, J. (2009). Characterisation of treated wastes - headlines and more questions. In: Twelfth International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium, 5-9 Oct 2009, Cagliari, Italy. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Slater, Rachel and Frederickson, James (2009). Enhancing sustainable biowaste management in the UK: the role of the commercial and community composting sectors. In: ISWA World Congress 2009, 12-15 Oct 2009, Lisbon, Portugal. file

Slater, Rachel; Frederickson, James; Murray, Richard; Yoxon, Mark; Paton, Rob and Spear, Roger (2008). Understanding diversity in community composting: it's all in the mix. In: Waste 2008 Conference: Waste and Resource Management - A Shared Responsibility, 16-17 Sep 2008, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK. file

Slater, Rachel and Frederickson, James (2008). Managing biowaste and promoting sustainability - profiling community composting. In: CIWM Annual Conference and Exhibition, 10-13 Jun 2008, Torbay, UK. file

Slater, R.; Frederickson, J.; Thomas, C.; Wield, D. and Potter, S. (2007). A critical evaluation of partnerships in municipal waste management in England. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 51(3) pp. 643–664.

Frederickson, James; Howell, Graham and Hobson, Andrew (2007). Effect of pre-composting and vermicompositing on compost characteristics. European Journal of Soil Biology, 43(1) S320-S326.

Slater, Rachel; Frederickson, James; Thomas, Christine; Potter, Stephen and Wield, David (2006). Partnership working: new roles for local authorities. In: Waste 2006: Sustainable Waste and Resource Management (Vegh, Beatrix and Royle, John eds.), The Waste Conference Limited, Warwick University, UK, Warwick, UK, pp. 623–632.

Godley, A.R.; Muller, W.; Frederickson, J. and Barker, H. (2005). Comparison of the SRI and DR4 biodegradation test methods for assessing the biodegradability of untreated and MBT treated municipal solid waste. In: Kühle-Weidemeier, Matthias ed. International Symposium MBT 2005/Internationale Tagung MBA 2005. Germany: Cuvillier Verlag, pp. 548–559.

Hobson, A. M.; Frederickson, J. and Dise, N. B. (2005). CH4 and N2O from mechanically turned windrow and vermicomposting systems following in-vessel pre-treatment. Waste Management, 25(4) pp. 345–352.

Butt, K.R.; Lowe, C.N.; Frederickson, J. and Moffat, A.J. (2004). The development of sustainable earthworm populations at Calvert Landfill Site, UK. Land Degradation and Development, 15(1) pp. 27–36.

Thomas, Christine; Frederickson, James; Burnley, Stephen and Slater, Rachel (2003). Developing Integrated Waste Management Systems: Information Needs and the Role of Locally Based Data. Integrated Waste Systems, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK. file

Frederickson, James and Howell, Graham (2003). Large-scale vermicomposting: emission of nitrous oxide and effects of temperature on earthworm populations (The 7th international symposium on earthworm ecology, Cardiff, Wales 2002). Pedobiologia, 47(5-6) pp. 724–730.

Slater, Rachel; Gilbert, J. and Frederickson, James (2002). Review of composting practices in the UK. In: ed. Engineering for Profit from Waste VI. IMechE Conference Transactions. UK: Professional Engineering Publishing.

Slater, R.A. and Frederickson, J. (2001). Composting municipal waste in the UK: some lessons from Europe. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 32(3-4) pp. 359–374.

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