Anna Norén

Doctoral Student at Water Environment Technology

Anna Norén is a doctoral student in the Division of Water Environment Technology, research theme Urban water and contaminated materials, at Chalmers.

Her research focuses on developing an efficient and sustainable treatment method for tin contaminated marine sediments. She also investigates how valuable resources such as metals can be recovered from contaminated sediments and the potential of reusing dredged material.

The results are relevant for those responsible for protecting water quality as well as stakeholders who want to develop sustainable soil and sediment treatment methods and save natural resources.

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Low impact leaching agents as remediation media for organotin and metal contaminated sediments

Anna Norén, Karin Karlfeldt Fedje, Ann-Margret Hvitt Strömvall et al
Journal of Environmental Management. Vol. 282
Journal article

Integrated assessment of management strategies for metal-contaminated dredged sediments – What are the best approaches for ports, marinas and waterways?

Anna Norén, Karin Karlfeldt Fedje, Ann-Margret Hvitt Strömvall et al
Science of the Total Environment. Vol. 76
Journal article

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Treatment of Tin Contaminated Marine Sediments: Degradation, Recovery and Stabilization

Karin Karlfeldt Fedje Water Environment Technology
Sebastien Rauch Water Environment Technology
Ann-Margret Hvitt Strömvall Water Environment Technology
Anna Norén Water Environment Technology
Yvonne Andersson-Sköld Architecture and Civil Engineering

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