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Waste Gas Treatment for Resource Recovery

by IWA Publishing

The prevention of over-exploitation and the efficient use of natural resources are key goals of environmental managment in Industry.Waste Gas Treatment for Resource Recovery presents the reader with technical, ecological and economical aspects of gaseous effluent treatment and resource recovery. Practical experience from industry and agriculture ...;

International Conference on Nutrient Recovery From Wastewater Streams Vancouver, 2009

by IWA Publishing

Closing the loop for nutrients in wastewaters (municipal sewage, animal wastes, food industry, commercial and other liquid waste streams) is a necessary, sustainable development objective, to reduce resource consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. Chemistry, engineering and process integration understanding are all developing quickly, as new ...;

Essential Environment 34th Edition A Comprehensive Guide to UK and EU Environmental Protection Legislation

by Environmental Technology Publications Ltd

ILM Publications has published the 34th Edition of Essential Environment in partnership with Environmental Protection UK. Essential Environment (formerly the Pollution Control Handbook) is the comprehensive guide to UK and EU environmental protection legislation. Written in clear, simple language, the 2012 Essential Environment handbook cuts ...;

Mathematical Theory of Oil and Gas Recovery

by Springer

This book comprises a new mathematical study of multiphase multicomponent flows in heterogeneous porous media. The goal is to develop analytical models of the recovery processes from heterogeneous reservoirs based on the exact analytical solutions of equations of flow in porous media. The analytical models developed describe chemical and hot ...;

Carbon Dioxide Recovery and Utilization

by Springer

Carbon Dioxide Recovery and Utilization is a complete and informative resource on the carbon dioxide sources and market at the European Union level, with reference to the world situation. The book covers the following themes: - Sources of carbon dioxide and their purity, - Market of carbon dioxide and its uses, - Separation techniques of carbon ...;

Energy and Resource Recovery from Sludge

by IWA Publishing

Available as eBook only. There is general consensus among sanitary engineering professionals that municipal wastewater and wastewater sludge is not a “waste”, but a potential source of valuable resources. Energy and Resource Recovery from Sludge provides essential knowledge on energy and resource recovery from sludge and focuses on: The ...;

A Comparison of Models for Predicting Landfill Methane Recovery (1998)

by The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)

This report compared the output of existing landfill methane models to actual field data obtained from 18 US long-term LFG collection & recovery projects; discusses the advantages & limitations of four types of landfill methane models: a zero-order, simple first order, modified first order & multi-phase first order mode; demonstrates these four ...;

Landfill Gas Operation & Maintenance - Manual of Practice (1997)

by The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)

This manual of practice – intended to be a source of information for both the inexperienced and the experienced landfill gas system operator – highlights practices and procedures for the operation and maintenance of landfill gas collection and control systems. Overall, provides a deeper understanding of LFG control and recovery.;

25th Landfill Gas Symposium Proceedings (2002)

by The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)

At the 25th LFG Symposium, sessions focused on the following issues: How are we doing?- U.S. and global data on LFG utilization; LFG markets: old and new!; LFG engines- ask the experts!; Siloxanes and microturbines: operational experiences; Field measurements of emmissions, percent recovery and migration; LFG oxidation: bio-strategies for ...;

Produced Water Market : Opportunities in the Oil, Shale and Gas Sectors in North America

by Global Water Intelligence - GWI

The oil industry produces 2.5 times more water than oil. By 2025 it will be producing 5 times more water than oil. Handling produced water is a tremendous growth market, but the real opportunity is in treatment. Recycling produced water turns a hazardous waste into a valuable asset. The potential is fantastic, especially when you include the water ...;

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