The University of Toledo
Chemical Engineering (MS 305)
3048 Nitschke Hall
1650 N Westwood Ave
Toledo, Ohio 43606-3390
1957 B.S. in Chemical Engineering, Queens University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
1963 Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, University of Michigan
Industrial Waste Treatment and Pollution Control. Hazardous Waste Site Emissions and Control. Air Flotation Treatment of Oily Wastewaters. Integrating Pollution Prevention and Control Concepts Throughout the ChE Curriculum.
Kumar A., Luo J., and Bennett G. F., " Statistical Evaluation of Lower Flammability Distance (LFD) Using Four Hazardous Release Models," Process Safety Progress, p.1-11, 12(1), 1993.
Bennett G. F. and Kevin Ohlmstead, " Microorganisms Get to Work," Chemistry in Britain, p.133-37, 28, 1992.
Burnham J.C., Hatfield N., Bennett G. F. and Logan T.J., " Use of Cement Kiln Dust with Quicklime for Effective Municipal Sludge Pasteurization and Stabilization with the N-Viro Process," Innovative Uses for Lime, p.128-41, ASTM STP 1135, 1992.
Gopalratnam V. C., Bennett G. F. and Pifer R.W., " Effect of Collector Dose on Metal Removal by Precipitation/Flotation," Journal of Environmental Engineering, p.923-46, 118(6), 1992.
Bennett G. F., Feates F.E. and Wilder I., " Hazardous Materials Spills Handbook," McGraw-Hill, NY, NY, 1982.