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2019

Nasir, Zaheer Ahmad; Hayes, Enda; Williams, Ben; Gladding, Toni; Rolph, Catherine; Khera, Shagun; Jackson, Simon; Bennett, Allan; Collins, Samuel; Parks, Simon; Attwood, Alexis; Kinnersley, Robert P.; Walsh, Kerry; Alcega, Sonia Garcia; Pollard, Simon J.T.; Drew, Gill; Coulon, Frederic and Tyrrel, Sean (2019). Scoping studies to establish the capability and utility of a real-time bioaerosol sensor to characterise emissions from environmental sources. Science of the Total Environment, 648 pp. 25–32. file

2017

Boardman, C. P.; Summers, S. S.; Olsson-Francis, K. and Gladding, T. (2017). Plastic Microbial Acclimation and Optimisation of Composting and Anaerobic Digestion Processes may Improve Degradation Times. In: 16th International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium (Sardinia 2017), 2-6 Oct 2017, S. Margherita di Pula, Sardinia, Italy,. file

Williams, Ben; Hayes, Enda; Nasir, Zaheer; Rolph, Catherine; Jackson, Simon; Khera, Shagun; Bennett, Alan; Gladding, Toni; Drew, Gillian and Tyrrel, Sean (2017). The challenges, uncertainties and opportunities of bioaerosol dispersion modelling from open composting facilities. Air Pollution XXV, 211 pp. 51–59. file

Gladding, Toni L. and Gwyther, Ceri L. (2017). A study of the potential release of bioaerosols from containers as a result of reduced frequency residual waste collections. Science of the Total Environment, 576 pp. 481–489. file

2015

Boardman, C.; Burnley, S.; Gauci, V. and Gladding, T. (2015). Greenhouse gas emissions from non-recyclable residual household waste within domestic wheeled bins. In: 15th International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium (Sardinia 2015), 5-9 Oct 2015, S. Margherita di Pula, Sardinia, Italy, CISA Publisher, Italy. file

2013

Williams, Melanie; Lamarre, Baptiste; Butterfield, David; Tyrrel, Sean; Longhurst, Phil; Drew, Gillian; Al-Ashaab, Reyna; Nelson, Alan; Gladding, Toni; Simpson, Annika; Coughlin, Toni and Hansell, Anna (2013). Monitoring bioaerosol and odour emissions from composting facilities - WR1121. DEFRA, London. file

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

2009

Gladding, Toni (2009). Scoping study of potential health effects of fortnightly residual waste collection and related changes to domestic waste systems. Waste Resources Action Programme. file

2008

Gladding, Toni (2008). Waste electrical and electronics equipment: do new regulations promote sustainability? International Journal of Performability Engineering, 4(4) pp. 319–332.

2006

Yoxon, Mark; Burnley, Stephen and Gladding, Toni (2006). Environment management report. Focus on Waste Management. London: British Standards Institution.

2004

Enviros Consulting Ltd. and University of Birmingham with Risk and Policy Analysts Ltd, Open University and Maggie Thurgood (2004) Review of Environmental and Health Effects of Waste Management: Municipal Solid Waste and Similar Wastes. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. file

2003

Gladding, Toni; Thorn, Jorgen and Stott, David (2003). Organic dust exposure and work-related effects among recycling workers. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 43(6) pp. 584–591.

2002

Gladding, T.L. (2002). Health risks of materials recycling facilities. In: Hester, R.E. and Harrison, R.M. eds. Environmental and health impact of solid waste management activities. Issues in environmental science and technology (18). Cambridge, UK: Royal Society of Chemistry, pp. 53–72.

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