Solid Waste Books

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Hazardous and Industrial Solid Waste Testing

by ASTM International

Second in a series, the purpose of this book is to describe new and improved means of evaluating hazardous and industrial solid wastes in terms of both hazard degree and disposal options.;

Sustainable Solid Waste Management in the Southern Black Sea Region

by Springer

For historical and socio-economic reasons, the countries of the southern Black Sea region are facing mounting and apparently intractable problems in managing their solid waste, with increasingly serious implications for public health and quality of life, as well as the wider socio-economic development of the region. Hitherto, no ...;

Sustainable Solid Waste Management in the Southern Black Sea Region

by Springer

For historical and socio-economic reasons, the countries of the southern Black Sea region are facing mounting and apparently intractable problems in managing their solid waste, with increasingly serious implications for public health and quality of life, as well as the wider socio-economic development of the region. Hitherto, no ...;

Report 215: Solid Waste Management, Resource Recovery & Waste Management Equipment

by Environmental Business International (EBI)

Report 215: Solid Waste Management, Resource Recovery & Waste Management Equipment analyzes markets, competition, customer needs and trends in the fiercely competitive market for solid waste management. In addition, this comprehensive 177-page briefing provides in-depth research on revenue generation, financial performance as well as growth ...;

Industrial Waste Treatment Processes Engineering: Specialized Treatment Systems, Volume III

by CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group

Industrial Waste Treatment Process Engineering is a step-by-step implementation manual in three volumes, detailing the selection and design of industrial liquid and solid waste treatment systems. It consolidates all the process engineering principles required to evaluate a wide range of industrial facilities, starting with pollution prevention and ...;

Leachate Recycle and the Augmentation of Biological Decomposition at Mumicipal Solid Waste Landfills (1991)

by The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)

Landfill disposal of MSW remains the major disposal option for many established solid waste programs. With state-of-the-art landfill construction, leachate management and landfill collection, landfills are becoming increasingly technical. Covered in this study: Waste Stabilization/Leacharte Recycle Process & Analysis, Zero-Discharge Leachate ...;

Encyclopedia of Soil Science

by Springer

Soil as the basis of civilization, is the most important resource of the solid earth that we use. It is the source of most of our food and fiber, much of our building materials, and the repository of most of our wastes. Over the last 10,000 years we have learned to manipulate it for our purposes to such a degree that our ecological footprint has ...;

The Solid Waste Manager´s Guide to the Bioreactor Landfill (2002)

by The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)

A NEW SWANA Publication!This 55-page guide presents up-to-date information that can be used by solid waste managers to address the management, as well as technical issues, associated with the implementation of this new disposal technology.Topics covered include: Bioreactor Landfill Technology Status report; Water Supply for the Bioreactor ...;

Encyclopedia of Soil Science

by Springer

Soil as the basis of civilization, is the most important resource of the solid earth that we use. It is the source of most of our food and fiber, much of our building materials, and the repository of most of our wastes. Over the last 10,000 years we have learned to manipulate it for our purposes to such a degree that our ecological footprint has ...;

Encyclopedia of Soil Science

by Springer

Soil as the basis of civilization, is the most important resource of the solid earth that we use. It is the source of most of our food and fiber, much of our building materials, and the repository of most of our wastes. Over the last 10,000 years we have learned to manipulate it for our purposes to such a degree that our ecological footprint has ...;

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