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Rob van Haaren

Rob van Haaren

Columbia University
Earth and Environmental Engineering

US - 10027 New York, NY

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Nationality:Dutch
Main focus:Rob van Haaren obtained his BS at the University of Technology in Eindhoven, Netherlands and his M.S. in Earth Resources Engineering from Columbia University. His thesis subject was the Life-Cycle Analysis of different aerobic composting methods. During this time, he worked on the BioCycle/Columbia “State of Garbage in America”. Mr. Van Haaren is now a doctoral student in Earth and Environmental Engineering of Columbia working at the Center for Life-Cycle Analysis on “Energy storage for the future electricity grid”.

Articles: Results of the BioCycle/Columbia 2010 survey of waste generation and disposal in the U.S. (10/2010)

Large scale aerobic composting of sourceseparated organic wastes: A comparative study of environmental impacts, costs, and contextual effects (8/2009)



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