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Natural systems for waste management and treatment

by Sherwood C. Reed

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Published by McGraw-Hill in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sewage disposal.,
  • Sewage -- Purification.,
  • Factory and trade waste.,
  • Refuse and refuse disposal.,
  • Sewage sludge.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementSherwood C. Reed, E. Joe Middlebrooks, Ronald W. Crites.
    ContributionsMiddlebrooks, E. Joe., Crites, Ronald W.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD645 .R44 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 308 p. :
    Number of Pages308
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2374945M
    ISBN 100070515212
    LC Control Number87003142

    Environmental Management: Science and Engineering for Industry consists of 18 chapters, starting with a discussion of International Environmental Laws and crucial environmental management tools, including lifecycle, environmental impact, and environmental risk is followed by a frank discussion of environmental control and abatement technologies for water, wastewater, soil, and. Focus first on waste prevention, which will help eliminate waste at the source, saving natural resources and energy and cutting costs. Evaluate recycling and composting options to manage waste that cannot be prevented. Implement waste reduction activities best suited for your organization.

    Waste Management Strategies The long-recognized hierarchy of management of wastes, in order of preference consists of prevention, minimization, recycling and reuse, biological treatment, incineration, and landfill disposal (see Figure below). Standards for On-Site Wastewater Treatment Systems, and 19 CSR , Operation of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems, the manufacturer’s specifications, and the designer’s OPERATION and MAINTENANCE manual. ONSITEIn accordance with Missouri law, WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS must be.

    In turn, this requires the application of a wide range of skills drawn from the natural sciences and engineering disciplines. The objective of this book series is to provide a forum for exploring and analysing current environmental, technical and policy issues driving change in waste management.   The Handbook of Research on Resource Management for Pollution and Waste Treatment is a collection of innovative research that examines waste and pollution treatment methods that can be adopted at local and international levels and examines appropriate resource management strategies for environmentally related issues. Featuring coverage on a.


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