School of Health Science
Lecturer in Environmental Health
Tel: +66 (0) 5391 6907
- D.Eng. Environmental Engineering and Management, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand
- M.Eng. Environmental Engineering, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
- B.Sc. Industrial Chemistry, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
- Wastewater treatment and management
- Fecal sludge management
S. Sudsandee, K. Fakkaew, V. Keawdounglek, P. Laor, S. Worakhunpiset, T. Apidechkul, (2020). DrinkingWater Investigation of Hill Tribes: A Case Study in Northern Thailand. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17, (1698), 1-13.
K. Fakkaew, T. Koottatep, C. Polprasert, (2018). Faecal sludge treatment and utilization by hydrothermal carbonization. Journal of Environmental Management, 216, 421-426.
K. Fakkaew, T. Koottatep, S. Jairuang, S. Suwal, C. Polprasert, (2018). Energy and Nutrient Recoveries from Faecal Sludge through Hydrothermal Carbonization Process. Ramkhamhaeng International Journal of Science and Technology, 1(1), 35-40.
M.H. Ngone, T. Koottatep, K. Fakkaew, C. Polprasert, (2018). Assessment of nutrient recovery, air emission and farmersโ€ perceptions of indigenous mound burning practice using animal and human wastes in Myanmar. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 261, 54โ€“61.
T. Koottatep, K. Fakkaew, N. Tajai, C. Polprasert, (2017). Isotherm models and kinetics of copper adsorption by using hydrochar produced from hydrothermal carbonization of faecal sludge. Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development, 7(1), 102-110.
T. Koottatep, K. Fakkaew, N. Tajai, S.V. Pradeep, C. Polprasert, (2016). Sludge stabilization and energy recovery by hydrothermal carbonization process. Renewable Energy, 99, 978-985.
K. Fakkaew, T. Koottatep, C. Polprasert, (2015). Effects of hydrolysis and carbonization reactions on hydrochar production. Bioresource Technology, 192, 328โ€“334.
K. Fakkaew, T. Koottatep, T. Pussayanavin, C. Polprasert, (2015). Hydrochar production by hydrothermal carbonization of faecal sludge. Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development, 5(3), 439-447.