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ATBU Journal of Environmental Technology

The journal of environmental technology is devoted to the publication of papers which advance knowledge of practical and theoretical issues of the environmental technology. Selection of papers for publication is based on their relevance, clarity, topicality and individuality; the extent to which they advance knowledge and understanding, and their likely contribution towards inspiring further activity, development and research. The aims of the journal are to provide an avenue for dissemination of academic research findings dealing with environmental technology and to provide a form for meaningful discussions and debates between academics and field practitioners of the natural and the built environments. The journal will therefore accept for publication research results of both the natural; the technological; and the built environment.

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Vol 5, No 1 (2012)

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Articles

An evaluation of maintenance activities and their impact on university functions: A case study of University of Jos EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EM Akamde, YD Izam 1-17
Are commercial properties a good hedge against inflation? Evidence from selected commercial centres in Lagos EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JU Osagie, YL Gambo, MI Anyakora, OBA Idowu 18-33
Effects of method of incineration on rice husk ash blended concrete EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AE Abalaka 34-47
An assessment of household solid waste disposal practices in Sabon Gari, Zaria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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AM Stanley, SS Andrew, AA Dania, IF Sani 48-59
Factors influencing technology transfer processes in Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) projects in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Dahiru 60-77
An evaluation of cost of quality failure for building projects in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MM Musa, ML Abdulhamid, N Gambo 78-88
Perception of staff and students on the effects of a faculty-based ceramic wall mural EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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K Daniel, OM Idowu, YO Sadiq, AS Bappah 89-99
Internalising internationa valuation standards: Relevance and applicability issues in the Nigerian context EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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TT Dugeri, YL Gambo, CA Ajayi 100-116
Environmental nuisance laws in Nigeria: Making them effective for sustainable development EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Iroaganachi 117-128


ISSN: 1596-6035