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Fundamentals of Hazardous Waste Site Remediation

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Every practicing environmental engineer should already have a firm grasp on the basics of hazardous waste site remediation-the key to confronting a site problem, and devising an effective solution. Since their original introduction to remediation, technology has kept moving ahead with new ideas and procedures. Fundamentals of Hazardous Waste Site Remediation gives environmental professionals immediate access to the basics of the trade, along with information about recent advancements. This comprehensive overview examines the basics of such areas as hazardous materials chemistry, hydrogeology, reaction engineering, and clean-up level development. A chapter on Cost Estimating will be of particular interest to specialists, in light of recent concerns about the increased costs of remediation. After reading each chapter, test your new knowledge with the review problems. As a refresher guide for career environmental engineers, or a helpful tool to newcomers in the field, Fundamentals of Hazardous Waste Site Remediation is a valuable resource for longtime professionals and newcomers alike.

Fundamentals of Site Remediation

Author : John Pichtel, Dr.
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New, updated edition of the acclaimed guide for metal- and hydrocarbon-contaminated soils. Concise and comprehensive, with the latest field remediation technologies, including nanotechnology and revegetation.

Hazardous Waste Remediation

Author : Harry Freeman
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This book contains information of interest to those charged with selecting remediation processes for cleaning up hazardous waste from abandoned disposal sites. The individual chapters provide technology descriptions and a wealth of appropriate technical data for many specific technologies being proposed today or containing and treating wastes in, around, and under abandoned sites.

Fundamentals of Environmental Site Assessment and Remediation

Author : Yue Rong
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Fundamentals of Environmental Site Assessment and Remediation examines all aspects of environmental site assessment and remediation and outlines the interdisciplinary skills needed to work in the field. It provides a comprehensive overview for students, environmental professionals, and real estate developers, and includes the latest environmental regulations, environmental site assessment and remediation practices, and industry standards. It examines pollution sources and the related impacts on drinking water supplies, the associated health risks, and how to protect water resources. The monitoring of surface water, groundwater, and soil is explained, as well as vapor intrusion. It will include several practical case studies throughout. Features Includes the latest and best practices for environmental site assessment and remediation procedures. Presents a multidisciplinary approach, including environmental forensics, nanotechnology, microbiology (DNA technology) and isotopes, etc. Examines various pollutants and their related impacts on drinking water supplies, the associated health risks, and how to protect water resources. Presents the best practices for the monitoring of surface water, groundwater, and soil. Covers the latest environmental regulations and industry standards.

American Book Publishing Record

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Hazardous Waste Site Investigation and Remediation

Author : Cristiane Q. Surbeck
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This book serves as a primary textbook for hazardous waste site investigation and remediation. It provides upper-level undergraduate and graduate students with practical, project-oriented knowledge of how to investigate and clean up a site contaminated with hazardous waste. It introduces concepts and principles of field investigative techniques to adequately determine the extent of contamination in the subsurface for the selection of clean-up alternatives. It then focuses on practical calculations and skills needed to design and operate waste remediation systems that will both educate students and be useful for entry-level professionals in the field.

Basics of Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Technology

Author : Kanti L. Shah
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This easy-to-read and pragmatic book offers a systematic treatment of solid and hazardous waste management technology. Encouraging self-learning, with a focus on current technical and scientific fundamentals, it covers all the basic concepts and tools needed for making decisions. Chapter topics include environmental legislation and regulations; sources; composition and characteristics; physical, chemical, and biological properties; storage, collection and transportation; processing technologies; source reduction and reuse; disposal; and management and control of landfill leachate and gas. For civil engineers and scientists facing a first time involvement in any aspect of solid and hazardous waste management, this book will be a valuable reference.

Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering

Author : Judith A. Perlinger
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Develop a better understanding of what causes environmental problems and how to solve them! Today, engineers and scientists must work on more complex environmental problems than ever before. To find solutions to these problems requires an in-depth knowledge of the fundamentals of chemistry, biology, and physical processes. This text will provide you with a clear explanation of these fundamentals that are necessary for solving both small town and global environmental problems. With Fundamentals of Environmental Engineering, you'll develop a better understanding of the key concepts required for design, operation, analysis, and modeling of both natural and engineered systems. You'll also be able to make connections among the different specialty areas of environmental engineering emphasized throughout the text. And you'll quickly learn how to solve complex environmental problems and incorporate environmental concerns into your specialty. Key Features * Covers the fundamentals of chemical, physical, and biological processes, and various units of concentration as applied to environmental engineering. * Includes applications related to drinking water and wastewater treatment, air quality engineering and science, groundwater transport and remediation, surface water quality, hazardous solid waste management, and ecosystems. * Developed by a team of authors who specialize in a diverse set of environmental areas.

The Cumulative Book Index

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Fundamentals of Engineering

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Standard Poor s Creditweek

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Fundamentals of Engineering Supplied reference Handbook

Author : National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying
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Encyclopedia of Environmental Analysis and Remediation 8 Volume Set

Author : Robert A. Meyers
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With the growing concern over the environment, new industries and research areas have been developed to identify, monitor, regulate, and legislate environmental interactions as well as to determine and repair existing environmental damage. For both the expert and the newcomer, a quick, convenient, and comprehensive source is needed to answer questions on the rapidly increasing amount of environmental information. The Encyclopedia of Environmental Analysis and Remediation (EEAR) responds to this need by providing the reader with an in-depth examination of the environmental analysis and remediation fields in a single eight-volume reference source.

Fundamentals of Risk and Insurance

Author : Emmett J. Vaughan
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This text is divided into three sections. Topics include: the concept of risk; the nature of the insurance device; the principles of risk management; the fields of life and health insurance; and the risks associated with the ownership of property and legal liability.

GIS Fundamentals

Author : Paul Bolstad
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Fundamentals of Occupational Safety and Health

Author : Mark A. Friend
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Topics covered includes safety legislation, worker's compensation, safety-related business laws, accident investigation, industrial hygiene, ergonomics, fire prevention, human element in loss prevention, behavior-based safety, workplace violance, hazardous materials, resources on safety and health.

Guidelines for Process Safety Fundamentals in General Plant Operations

Author : American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Center for Chemical Process Safety
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The Institute presents its currently recommended fundamental safety practices and methods of applying them to reduce the risk of operating accidents in the chemical process industries. Concerned not so much with technical or engineering matters as with management issues and responsibilities especially at smaller plants that emphasize batch processing and lack a full complement of safety specialists. Covers materials and chemicals handling, process equipment and procedures, cleanup and process changeover, training, special procedures and programs, and a range of general topics such as inspection, spare parts, storage, hazardous work, and control of the working environment. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Achieving Public Health Goals at Hazardous Waste Sites

Author : Amy Dale Kyle
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Managing Your Hazardous Wastes

Author : James K. Voyles
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This 2nd Edition provides any facility that generates or processes hazardous waste—treatment facilities, recyclers, hazardous waste transporters, and storage facilities—with a practical guide for quickly and accurately identifying the extensive, detailed, and complicated Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) requirements that apply to their operations. Featuring new compliance and training "tips," this complete desk reference is easy to read and easy to understand. In plain English, it summarizes and explains the federal requirements, provides practical guidance for developing effective management programs that comply with those requirements, and walks readers through the steps to compliance. Each step includes a straightforward explanation of the requirement and detailed annotations for easy cross-referencing of the Title 40 CFR Parts that support each requirement. A perfect companion to legal references on the RCRA regulations, Managing Your Hazardous Wastes provides facility managers with practical guidance for every day management and training issues. It also provides detailed instructions for universal waste handlers, used oil handlers, and recyclers, and it includes general guidance for hazardous waste treatment, storage, and disposal facilities. This edition contains all the newest changes made to RCRA regulations, including new exclusions, new Universal Waste rules, Used Oil Management Standards, and Air Emissions Standards.

Hazardous Waste Hazardous Materials

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