waste regulations Equipment in Michigan

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VacuDry - Mercury Recovery / NORM Wastes

by econ industries GmbH

Applications and design, Process: Indirect Heated Vacuum Thermal Desorption / Vacuum Distillation. Source: By-product from industrial processes, e.g. Chloralkali electrolysis Mercury contaminated sludge from natural gas drilling, oil and gas NORM Residues from fungicidal production, wood impregnation, amalgamation or recycled fluorescent tubes ...

System for Electronic Scrap Recycling

by Erdwich Zerkleinerungssysteme GmbH

Turnkey system solutions for WEEE recycling of electrical and electronic scrap. The reclamation of valuable resources from electrical and electronic scrap – a global volume in excess of 40 million tonnes/year – is one of the greatest challenges facing our society. With additional support from WEEE Directive legislation, this represents ...

Electrical Wastes Treatment

by Tetronics (International) Ltd

Electrical and Electronic Equipment waste is referred to in the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive, which requires organisations to take ownership of the disposal of loosely discarded, surplus, obsolete, or broken electrical or electronic devices in a tiered and controlled manner. Electronic articles that fall under the ...

Training Network - Model 2743-DV - RCRA Training For Hazardous Waste Generators - Concise

by The Training Network

This program provides an overview of the responsibilities of hazardous waste generators and their employees as required by the Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA). RCRA is a federal law enacted in 1976 to address the treatment, storage and disposal of hazardous waste and your company helps protect the environment by following its rules and ...

Training Network - Model 2742-DV - RCRA Training for Hazardous Waste Generators

by The Training Network

This program provides an overview of the responsibilities of hazardous waste generators and their employees as required by the Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA). RCRA is a federal law enacted in 1976 to address the treatment, storage and disposal of hazardous waste and your company helps protect the environment by following its rules and ...

2-wheel Waste Containers

by Schaefer Systems International, Inc. (SSI)

SSI SCHAEFER large waste bins have been used consistently in many communities and industrial firms for over 30 years. Safe and robust design, Multiple container colours, Noise-reducing options, Custom embossed finishes, Identification systems.

Electronic Waste Recycling Systems

by Garb Oil & Power Corporation

Garb offers turnkey solutions for electronic waste plants. We are one of the leading project suppliers for E-Waste plants and we work closely with our customers to fulfill their specific needs for a customized packaged solution. Electronic waste is the fastest-growing waste sector in the world and most people think of precious metals used in ...

Electronics

by Product Stewardship Institute, Inc.

Used electronic products are the most rapidly growing waste problem in the world due to their quantity, rapid obsolescence, and toxicity. The National Safety Council estimated that more than 300 million computers became obsolete in the United States in 2004. The International Association of Electronics Recyclers projects that 1 billion computers ...

BIODEX - Organic Waste And Wastewater Treatment

by OCION Water Sciences Group.

BIODEX is proven commercially for noxious gas reduction and bacteria regulation in waste watertreatment, animal agriculture, manufacturing and food processing waste. It is suitable for use in large,medium and small scale operations without infrastructure requirements.

Pasteurisation of Industrial Input Materials Plant

by EnviTec Biogas AG

Usage Biogas plants can be operated using a very wide variety of input materials. If, for example, a biogas plant also uses industrial waste from the food industry – i.e. using “co-fermentation” – such waste will often first need to be pasteurised. The requirements of this pasteurisation process are governed by the EU ...

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