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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.

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.

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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.

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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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.

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.

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.

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