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Dr Stephen Burnley
Stephen John Burnley (2019) A life cycle assessment of energy from waste and recycling in a post-carbon future, In Detritus(05)
Stephen John Burnley, Stuart Wagland and Phil Longhurst (2019) Using Life Cycle Assessment in environmental engineering education, In Higher Education Pedagogies 1(4)
Stephen John Burnley (2018-10-15) A Life Cycle Assessment Of Energy From Waste And Recycling In A Post Carbon Future, In 7th International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste
Stephen John Burnley and Terry Coleman (2018-09) The environmental and financial benefits of recovering plastics from residual municipal waste before energy recovery, In Waste Management(79)
Stephen John Burnley and Carl Philip Boardman (2017-10-02) The Use Of Dynamic Life Cycle Assessment To Evaluate The Long Term Climate Change Impacts Of Waste Management Processes, In 16th International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium (Sardinia 2017)
Stephen John Burnley and Terry Coleman (2016-11-14) The environmental and financial benefits of recovering plastics From residual municipal waste before energy recovery, In Venice2016, Sixth International Symposium on Energy from Biomass and Waste, CISA Publisher
Carl Philip Boardman et al. (2015-10-05) Greenhouse gas emissions from non-recyclable residual household waste within domestic wheeled bins, In 15th International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium (Sardinia 2015), CISA Publisher, Italy
Stephen John Burnley, Terry Coleman and Adam Peirce (2015-05) Factors influencing the life cycle burdens of the recovery of energy from residual municipal waste, In Waste Management(39)
Stephen John Burnley, Stuart Wagland and Phil Longhurst (2013-10) Discovering waste management priorities using life cycle assessment and spreadsheet models in education, In 14th International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium (Sardinia 2013), CISA Publisher
Deirdre Hanan, Stephen John Burnley and David Cooke (2013-03) A multi-criteria decision analysis assessment of waste paper management options, In Waste Management 3(33)