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Solid Wastes

Solid Wastes Author George Tchobanoglous
ISBN-10 0070632359
Release 1977-01-01
Pages 621
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Integrated Solid Waste Management

Integrated Solid Waste Management Author George Tchobanoglous
ISBN-10 0071128654
Release 1993-01
Pages 978
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A junior/senior- level introductory text aimed at civil and environmental engineers taking a basic introduction to Solid-Waste Management. The text includes the latest 1990-1991 laws and regulations.



Handbook of Solid Waste Management

Handbook of Solid Waste Management Author George Tchobanoglous
ISBN-10 9780071500340
Release 2002-07-13
Pages 950
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In a world where waste incinerators are not an option and landfills are at over capacity, cities are hard pressed to find a solution to the problem of what to do with their solid waste. Handbook of Solid Waste Management, 2/e offers a solution. This handbook offers an integrated approach to the planning, design, and management of economical and environmentally responsible solid waste disposal system. Let twenty industry and government experts provide you with the tools to design a solid waste management system capable of disposing of waste in a cost-efficient and environmentally responsible manner. Focusing on the six primary functions of an integrated system--source reduction, toxicity reduction, recycling and reuse, composting, waste- to-energy combustion, and landfilling--they explore each technology and examine its problems, costs, and legal and social ramifications.



Resource Recovery to Approach Zero Municipal Waste

Resource Recovery to Approach Zero Municipal Waste Author Mohammad J. Taherzadeh
ISBN-10 9781482240368
Release 2015-07-29
Pages 359
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Current development results in a linear flow from raw material to waste, which cannot be sustainable in the long term. Plus, a global population of 7 billion people means that there are 7 billion waste producers in the world. At present, dumping and landfilling are the primary practices for getting rid of municipal solid waste (MSW). However, this waste contains resources that we’ve yet to utilize. To create sustainable societies, we need to approach zero waste by recovering these resources. There are cities and countries where zero waste is close to becoming a reality. Landfilling of organic waste is forbidden in Europe, and countries such as Sweden, Germany, Belgium, and Switzerland have developed a variety of technologies to recover resources from MSW. Resource Recovery to Approach Zero Municipal Waste explores the solid waste management laws and regulations of different countries, comparing the latest resource recovery technologies and offering future perspectives. The book tackles the many technical, social, ecological, economical, and managerial aspects of this complex subject while promoting the development of sustainable societies to achieve a greener global environment.



Standard Handbook of Environmental Engineering 2nd Edition Robert A Corbitt 2004

Standard Handbook of Environmental Engineering  2nd Edition  Robert A  Corbitt  2004 Author The McGraw-Hill Companies
ISBN-10
Release 2004-07-04
Pages 1248
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Science-based and flexible management approaches are essential to the confirmation of predicted impacts. to ensure that mitigation measures are effective and to modify remediation or mitigation processes if necessary. By accepting more uncertainty in the environmental assessment process and adapting quickly to conditions actually encountered during the project operational phases, agencies may be able to decrease project startup time and reduce overall project costs. The CEQ’s goal is to use the experiences of the first 25 years to streamline and improve the NEPA process. By streamlining the process, the CEQ hopes to make it more efficient, to promote the integration of social, environmental, and economic factors into agency decision making, and to ensure openness in government. Additional information is available through its web site (www. whitehouse.gov/CEQ/). On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the act, the CEQ conducted a reflective study of NEPAs effectiveness and prospects for improvements. Participants in the study included representatives of the original framers of the act and individuals who drafted the CEQ regulations, along with some members of Congress, federal agencies with NEPA implementation experience, state and local agencies, and the public. In addition to evaluating strengths, the participants also considered the potential for improving the current implementation of NEPA, identifying areas “. . . ripe for innovation, re-invention, and improvement” (9) The study concluded that NEPA has been a success because it (1) causes agencies tv examine the environmental consequences of their actions before they make final decisions, and (2) provides a framework for collaboration between the agencies causing the actions and those who will be affected by the consequences (environmental, social, and economic impacts) of their decisions. The participants identified five elements critical to NEPA effectiveness and efficient implementation, and pointed out problem areas associated with each element. Strategic Planning The NEPA process provides a framework for integrating environmental concerns directly into agency internal planning, policies and programs at an early stage. Unfortunately, the process is often either initiated too late to be effective in agency planning and decision making or applied to individual projects instead of evaluating the programs that call for those projects. Agencies then encounter delays, incur increased costs or end up with fewer alternatives available for consideration, thereby denying NEPA its full strategic planning value. Public Information and Input NEPA significantly increased public information and input into agency decision making by opening opportunities for involvement. In many cases, agencies have actively solicited ideas and concerns from the public to improve the quality of projects and reduce adverse impacts on the environment. In others, the desired level of public involvement has not been achieved, with the result being a sense on the part of citizens of dissatisfaction, frustration, and distrust, sometimes leading to litigation. Interagency Coordination NEPA and many subsequent laws have required interagency coordination in an effort to reduce conflicts, reduce duplication of effort, and to improve the environmental planning process. When information is not shared or when processes are uncoordinated, agencies and often the public may be placed in adversarial positions leading to conflicts and delays. Problems are often initiated by conflicting or different timetables, requirements, and modes of public participation. Interdisciplinary, Place-based Approach to Decision Making NEPA calls for an interdisciplinary approach to planning and decision making. When agencies bring the full range of biophysical and socioeconomic factors affecting a single place into their management and planning processes, they are in a position to make better decisions with regard to the needs of the community and minimize adverse impacts on the environment. Difficulties include lack of quality environmental baseline data, lack of early participation by resource agencies, and costs and delays associated with data collection. New tools such as modern computers, internet communications, and geographic information systems hold considerable promise for improvements in this area. ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT 10.33 ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT Downloaded from Digital Engineering Library @ McGraw-Hill (www.digitalengineeringlibrary.com) Copyright © 2004 The McGraw-Hill Companies. All rights reserved. Any use is subject to the Terms of Use as given at the website



Solid Waste Engineering A Global Perspective SI Edition

Solid Waste Engineering  A Global Perspective  SI Edition Author William A. Worrell
ISBN-10 9781305888364
Release 2015-07-06
Pages 448
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Readers gain the knowledge to address the growing and increasingly intricate problem of controlling and processing the refuse created by global urban societies with SOLID WASTE ENGINEERING: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE, 3E. While the authors prepare readers to deal with issues, such as regulations and legislation, the main emphasis throughout the book is on mastering solid waste engineering principles. The book first explains the basic principles of the field and then demonstrates through worked examples how readers can apply these principles in real world settings. Readers learn to think reflectively and logically about the problems and solutions in today's solid waste engineering. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Solid Waste Management

Solid Waste Management Author Ramesha Chandrappa
ISBN-10 9783642286810
Release 2012-06-30
Pages 414
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Solid waste was already a problem long before water and air pollution issues attracted public attention. Historically the problem associated with solid waste can be dated back to prehistoric days. Due to the invention of new products, technologies and services the quantity and quality of the waste have changed over the years. Waste characteristics not only depend on income, culture and geography but also on a society's economy and, situations like disasters that affect that economy. There was tremendous industrial activity in Europe during the industrial revolution. The twentieth century is recognized as the American Century and the twenty-first century is recognized as the Asian Century in which everyone wants to earn ‘as much as possible’. After Asia the currently developing Africa could next take the center stage. With transitions in their economies many countries have also witnessed an explosion of waste quantities. Solid waste problems and approaches to tackling them vary from country to country. For example, while efforts are made to collect and dispose hospital waste through separate mechanisms in India it is burnt together with municipal solid waste in Sweden. While trans-boundary movement of waste has been addressed in numerous international agreements, it still reaches developing countries in many forms. While thousands of people depend on waste for their livelihood throughout the world, many others face problems due to poor waste management. In this context solid waste has not remained an issue to be tackled by the local urban bodies alone. It has become a subject of importance for engineers as well as doctors, psychologist, economists, and climate scientists and any others. There are huge changes in waste management in different parts of the world at different times in history. To address these issues, an effort has been made by the authors to combine their experience and bring together a new text book on the theory and practice of the subject covering the important relevant literature at the same time.



Water Resources Engineering

Water Resources Engineering Author
ISBN-10 UOM:39015024959218
Release 1992
Pages 841
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The fourth edition of Water Resources Engineering follows in the tradition of the earlier editions of this text. The book covers a broad array of topics including hydrology, hydraulics, hydraulic structures, economy studies and planning. The text also includes brief discussions of the characteristics of the different fields of water resource engineering such as irrigation, hydropower and flood control.



Environmental Engineering

Environmental Engineering Author Howard S. Peavy
ISBN-10 0071002316
Release 1985
Pages 719
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Hierarchical analyses of water resources systems

Hierarchical analyses of water resources systems Author Yacov Y. Haimes
ISBN-10 UOM:39015000448145
Release 1977
Pages 478
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Water Supply and Sewerage

Water Supply and Sewerage Author Terence J. McGhee
ISBN-10 UOM:39015018979511
Release 1991
Pages 602
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Suitable for courses in water/wastewater treatment and environmental engineering this text provides an introduction to the design of water and wastewater treatment systems. This edition has been revised to incorporate recent improvements in the understanding of fundamental phenomena, applications of new technologies and materials, and new computational techniques. It focuses on designing treatment, distribution, and collection systems that work and includes coverage of factors involved in cost analysis, stressing the importance of economics in engineering design. Changes to this edition include: an expanded treatment of important theoretical and practical aspects of hydraulics, including control and measurement;modern treatment of urban hydrology and storm water control;an emphasis on the inter-relationship of environmental problems.



Models for water quality management

Models for water quality management Author Asit K. Biswas
ISBN-10 UOM:39015000498652
Release 1981
Pages 348
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Wastewater Engineering

Wastewater Engineering Author Metcalf & Eddy Inc
ISBN-10 1259010791
Release 2013-06-01
Pages 1856
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This update of a popular book for civil and environmental engineering majors describes the technological and regulatory changes that have occurred over the last ten years in the discipline.



Newlands Project Nevada

Newlands Project  Nevada Author United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. Subcommittee on Water and Power
ISBN-10 UCAL:B5124953
Release 1994
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Wastewater engineering

Wastewater engineering Author George Tchobanoglous
ISBN-10 UOM:39015036310996
Release 1991
Pages 1334
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Principles of Environmental Engineering Science

Principles of Environmental Engineering   Science Author Mackenzie Davis
ISBN-10 9780077492199
Release 2013-02-22
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Principles of Environmental Engineeringis intended for a course in introductory environmental engineering for sophomore- or junior-level students. This text provides a background in fundamental science and engineering principles of environmental engineering for students who may or may not become environmental engineers. Principles places more emphasis on scientific principles, ethics, and safety, and focuses less on engineering design. The text exposes students to a broad range of environmental topicsËincluding risk management, water quality an treatment, air pollution, hazardous waste, solid waste, and ionizing radiation as well as discussion of relevant regulations and practices. The book also uses mass and energy balance as a tool for understanding environmental processes and solving environmental engineering problems. This new edition includes an optional chapter on Biology as well as a thorough updating of environmental standards and a discussion of how those standards are created.



Introduction to Environmental Engineering

Introduction to Environmental Engineering Author Mackenzie Davis
ISBN-10 0072424117
Release 2008
Pages 1008
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Introduction to Environmental Engineering, 4/e contains the essential science and engineering principles needed for introductory courses and used as the basis for more advanced courses in environmental engineering. Updated with latest EPA regulations, Davis and Cornwell apply the concepts of sustainability and materials and energy balance as a means of understanding and solving environmental engineering issues. With 650 end-of-chapter problems, as well as provocative discussion questions, and a helpful list of review items found at the end of each chapter, the text is both a comprehensible and comprehensive tool for any environmental engineering course. Standards and Laws are the most current and up-to-date for an environmental engineering text.