Pascale Champagne

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Title: Professor
Office: 206 Ellis Hall

Dr. Pascale Champagne, P.Eng., D.WRE

Canada Research Chair in Bioresources Engineering

Department of Civil Engineering &
Department of Chemical Engineering
58 University Avenue
Queen's University
Kingston, Ontario K7M 9H7
(613)533-3053 (Office)
(613)533-2128 (Fax)

2013 Profile

Research Interests

Solid waste management; minimizing the impact of municipal, agricultural and industrial activities on surface water and groundwater contamination. Specifically: the extraction of commodity chemicals from livestock manure, municipal and industrial sludges, as well as other organic residues; composting and biostabilization of municipal, agricultural and industrial biosolids. Passive treatment of municipal and industrial wastewaters and leachates. Specific areas of interest: acid mine drainage (AMD) mitigation using passive strategies including anoxic limestone drains (ALD), contained biological systems (bioreactors), biosorption and wetland systems; biofilter and biosorbent applications in municipal and industrial wastewater treatment; characterization of physical, chemical and biological removal mechanisms; effects of low temperature and seasonal variability on pasive system performance; modelling flow and contaminant transport through passive systems.



New Horizons in Biotechnology Conference: November 21-24, 2011. Trivandrum, India. Scientific Committee:

2012 Canadian Society of Civil Engineering Conference: 12th International Environmental Specialty Conference: June 6-9, 2012. Edmonton, Alberta. Scientific Committee:


American Academy of Water Resource Engineers (Trustee):

Bioresource Technology (Editorial Board):

Journal of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Management (Associate Editor):