Waste Gas Books

  • Can a City Be Sustainable? (State of the World)

    Cities are the world’s future. Today, more than half of the global population—3.7 billion people—are urban dwellers, and that number is expected to double by 2050. There is no question that cities are growing; the only debate is over how they will grow. Will we invest in the physical and social infrastructure necessary for ...

  • Global Natural Gas Report – Market Research

    The NRG Expert Natural Gas Report provides an analysis of the global natural gas market and its future development. It includes natural gas prices, known supplies, future directions for the market, potential or unconventional uses of natural gas and NGLs, coverage of natural gas markets at the country level, an in-depth analysis of the major ...

  • Remediation of former Manufactured Gas Plants and Other Coal-Tar Sites

    Over the long history of former manufactured gas plants (FMGPs) and other coal-tar-producing sites, there were an enormous variety of fuel stocks used as well as many processing and disposal methods, each leading to unique waste and site circumstances. This book supplies the historical information needed to understand and accurately predict the ...

  • 40th Annual Solid Waste Exposition (WASTECON) Proceedings (2002) - HC or CD

    Topics covered at the 40th Annual Solid Waste Exposition include: Buying Recycled; Collection; Communications Education & Marketing; Contracting for Solid Waste Services; Emerging Legal Trends in Waste Management; International MSW Practice and Solutions; Landfill Gas Control; Landfill Gas Utilization; Landfill Management; Planning and Management; ...

  • Biosolids Engineering and Management

    Over the last 30 years, pollution and its effects on the environment have emerged as leading topics of interest. The desire for positive action to restore and protect the environment is growing worldwide. How serious are particular types of pollution? Is technology currently available to abate pollution? And do the costs of abatement justify the ...

  • Environmental Law and Regulation in New York, 2d (Vol. 9 & 9A, New York Practice Series)

    Written by more than 25 knowledgeable environmental attorneys in New York, this publication provides a definitive work on environmental issues. Topics include the common law role in environmental protection; New York toxic tort law, administrative agency relationships, the State Environmental Quality Review Act, air and water quality, water supply ...

  • Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Assessment: A Guidebook

    This is a comprehensive, detailed guidebook for assessing options that address the risks posed by climatic change induced by human activity. Drawing on the expertise of over 25 specialists, the book provides guidance for the analysis of options to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions in energy, forestry, agriculture, and waste management. It ...

  • Turning Waste into Vehicle Fuel: Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) - A Step-By-Step Guide For Communities

    Energy Vision is a national 501 (c) (3) organization based in New York City whose goal is to  promote - through research and action - a swift transition to pollution-free renewable energy  sources. Programmatically, Energy Vision informs and engages with policy, business, and  environmental leaders, to support the shift of medium- ...

  • The Bio Natural Gas Opportunity

    A new type of renewable natural gas from sustainable sources could eventually complement solar and wind as a primary source of utility-grade renewable energy. Chemically similar to fossil-based natural gas, it holds the promise of being transportable in existing pipelines and useable in today’s equipment. Who are the leading vendors of ...

  • Bioreactors for Waste Gas Treatment

    Air pollution, a major concern at the end of the 20th century, still remains a significant problem to be solved today. Traditionally, industrial waste gases have primarily been treated through physical or chemical methods. The search for new, efficient, and cost-effective alternative technologies has led to the development and, more recently, ...

  • Environmental Geomechanics

    Environmental Geomechanics covers a broad class of problems where deforming geomaterials are involved, usually coupled with fluid flow and transport of some substance. Transport of contaminants and other substances may occur in the fluids, e.g. water, water vapour and air, filling the pores of geomaterials as happens in waste disposal problems or ...

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