This page provides access to research works by Farah Naemah Binti Mohd Saad,Ts. Dr. currently a Senior Lecturer of School of Environmental Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP).


Skills and Expertise:Environment,Water Quality,Water Analysis,Rivers,Water Quality Analysis,Environmental Remediation,Water Quality Monitoring,Heavy Metal Pollution,Water Quality Assessment,Water Sampling,Remediation,Environmental Biodegradation,Heavy Metals Analysis,Sorption,Environmental Bioremediation,Biosorption,Sediment Pollution,Water Pollution

Recent Submissions

  • Use of alum and ferric sulphate for treating landfill leachate via coagulation Process: A comparative study 

    Noor Ainee, Zainol; Nur Adrina Nadia, Mohamad; Azlinda, Ghani; Mahyun, A.W.; Nabilah Aminah, Lutpi; Farah Naemah, Mohd Saad (Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP), 2019)
    Landfill leachate is a complex wastewater which may give potential problems to the environment. Besides the new treatment processes that has been implemented, coagulation and flocculation treatment are considered as the ...
  • A study on Hydrogen Sulphide as potential tracer in landfill gas monitoring 

    Tengku Nuraiti, Tengku Izhar, Dr.; Zaity Syazwani, Mohd Odli; Irnis Azura, Zakarya, Dr.; Farah Naemah, Mohd Saad; Norlia, Mohamad ibrahim; Roshazita, Che Amat; Tan, Ley Binn (Trans Tech Publications, 2013)
    Municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills are one of the major source of hydrogen sulphide (H2S) which is the offensive odours potentially creating annoyance in adjacent communities. This project focuses on H2S emission from ...