Research Assistant Professor School of Environmental Science and Engineering

Narendra Singh received his Ph.D. degree in Environmental Science and Engineering from Tsinghua University. Prior to joining SUSTech, Singh worked at Shenzhen University as a Postdoctoral researcher. His research work focuses on the recycling of waste electronics (e-waste), life cycle analysis (LCA), and to develop techniques for recovery of precious and critical metals from e-waste. He has published numerous science index journal papers in the field of environmental pollution and e-waste management.

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Hazardous waste management; Environmental Impact Assessment; Human health; Metal recycling; Sustainability; and Circular economy

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1. Narendra Singh, Tang Yuanyuan, and Oladele A. Ogunseitan. 2020. Environmentally Sustainable Management of Used Personal Protective Equipment. Environmental Science and Technology. (IF = 7.91)

2. Narendra Singh, Oladele A. Ogunseitan, and Tang Yuanyuan. 2020. Systematic review of pregnancy and neonatal health outcomes associated with exposure to e-waste. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology. 200148648. (IF = 8.3)

3. Narendra Singh, Huabo Duan, and Tang Yuanyuan. 2020. Toxicity Evaluation of E-waste Plastics and Potential Repercussions for Human Health. Environment International. 137:105559 (IF = 7.9)

4. Narendra Singh, Huabo Duan, Oladele A. Ogunseitan, Jinhui Li and Tang Yuanyuan. 2019. Toxicity trends in E-Waste: A comparative analysis of metals in discarded mobile phones. Journal of hazardous materials. 380, 120898. (IF = 7.65)

5. Narendra Singh, Tang Yuanyuan and Jinhui Li. 2019. Uncovering Material Flow Analysis of Waste Cathode Ray Tubes Television in China. Waste Management and Resources. 38(3), 1-8 (IF = 2.05)

6. Narendra Singh, Huabo Duan, Fengfu Yin, Qingbin Song, and Jinhui Li. 2018. Characterizing the materials composition and recovery potential from waste mobile phones: A comparative evaluation of cellular and smart phones. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering. 2018, 6, 13016−13024 (IF = 6.97)

7. Narendra Singh and Jinhui Li. 2017. An efficient extraction of lead metal from waste Cathode ray tubes (CRTs) through mechano-thermal process by using carbon as a reducing agent. Journal of Cleaner Production. 148, 103-110. (IF = 5.7)

8. Narendra Singh, Jinhui Li & Xianlai Zeng. 2016. An Innovative method for the extraction of metal from waste cathode ray tubes through mechano-chemical process using 2[Bis(carboxymethyl) amino] acetic acid chelating reagent. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 4, 4704-4709 (IF = 6.14)

9. Narendra Singh, Jinhui Li & Xianlai Zeng. 2016. Global responses for recycling waste CRTs in e-waste. Waste Management 57, 187-197. (IF = 4.8)

10. Narendra Singh, Jinhui Li & Xianlai Zeng, 2016. Solutions and challenges in recycling waste cathode-ray tubes. Journal of Cleaner Production 133, 188-200. (IF = 5.7)

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