incinerated waste Books

  • Health Impacts of Waste Management Policies

    This book examines the health effects of waste deposit sites, incinerators and other options for waste management, focusing in particular on the impacts of halogenated hydrocarbons, and byproducts of incineration. These results are linked with waste policy options, of which reviews in four EU countries and the United States are provided. ...

  • Hazardous and Industrial Solid Waste Testing and Disposal

    Divided into 7 sections: Contaminate and Leaching Assessments; Ground Water and Contaminant Migration Assessment; Incineration of Hazardous Waste; Liner Assessments; Site Monitoring and Assessment; Waste Treatment Alternatives; and ASTM Test Method ...

  • Monitoring Methods for Toxics in the Atmosphere

    Addresses some of the most important classes of air toxics, those that currently generate national and international concern regarding human and ecological hazards, namely volatile organic compounds; acid gases; and HCL and heavy metals from waste incineration. 16 papers that review developments and challenges in the areas of sampling, ...

  • Medical Waste Auto Claves: Not Just A Lot Of Hot Air (PDS)

    Our industry has seen the development of 'alternative medical waste treatment technologies', thanks in part to stringent air quality standards along with public sentiment opposed to incineration, resulting in a decline in use of on-site medical waste incinerators. Steam sterilization has emerged as an acceptable method of treatment prior to ...

  • Butterworths Environmental Law Handbook Third edition

    The third edition has been updated and expanded. It includes the updated texts of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and the Environment Act 1995 and incorporates amendments to the existing materials including those made by the Waste Minimisation Act 1998 and the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. Other new materials include- UK Statutes ...

  • A Better, Cheaper Way to Regulate Mercury

    The best way to regulate the release of mercury to our environment is through pollution prevention – placing a declining cap on the use of mercury in products and processes. Such a cap could limit mercury releases to 10% of current levels from intentional uses, and 50% of process emissions by 2010. This approach would be far more effective ...

  • Environmental and Health Impact of Solid Waste Management Activities

    Solid waste management issues are a highly emotive topic. Disposal costs need to be balanced against environmental impact, which often results in heated public debate. Disposal options such as incineration and landfill, whilst unpopular with both the public and environmental pressure groups, do not pose the same environmental and health risks as, ...

  • Chemistry for the Protection of the Environment 3

    Water Resources-Quality of Surface and Drinking Water: Drinking Water Production with a Dual Floating Medium-Sand Filter System; B.A. Bolto, et al. Determination of Reduced Sulphur Compounds in the Aquatic Environment by HPLC and CE; E. Kaniowska, et al. Air Pollutions-Reduction and Monitoring: Effect of Land Management in Winter Crop Season ...

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