James Malley Jr

Phone: (603) 862-1449
Office: Civil & Environmental Engineering, Gregg Hall Rm 344, Durham, NH 03824

Research interests focus on physical-chemical and biological treatment processes for water, hazardous wastes and industrial and municipal wastewaters. On-going research includes dissolved air flotation, membrane filtration, disinfection (chlorine, chlorine dioxide, ultraviolet (UV)) and advanced oxidation processes (ozone, uv-peroxide, peroxone) for drinking water and hazardous wastes. Research strives to integrate fundamental physical chemical and biological principles into practical equations/models for the selection, design and operation of engineered treatment systems.


  • Ph.D., Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
  • M.S., Environmental Engineering, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
  • B.S., Environmental Chemistry, Rutgers University
  • B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Massachusetts - Amherst

Courses Taught

  • CEE 720/820: Solid & Hazardous Waste Eng
  • CEE 732/832: Solid & Hazardous Waste Design
  • CEE 733/833: Pub Infrastructure Asset Mgt
  • CIE 788: Project Planning and Design
  • CIE/ENE 839/739: Pub Infrastructure Asset Mgt
  • CIE/ENE 842/742: Solid & Hazardous Waste Eng
  • ENE 400: Environmental Eng Lectures I
  • ENE 797: Top/Env Public Infrastructure
  • INCO 790: Adv Rsrch Exp/Civil Engr

Selected Publications

Galjaard, G., Martijn, B., Koreman, E., Bogosh, M., & Malley, J. (2011). Performance evaluation six ® -ceramac® in comparison with conventional pre-treatment techniques for surface water treatment. Water Practice and Technology, 6(4).