Control of Fugitive and Hazardous Dusts

  • ID: 1759022
  • Book
  • 485 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Describes methods of controlling contaminated fugitive dust originating from contaminated land surfaces. The contaminated dust may be released by three basic mechanisms: vehicle reentrainment, cleanup activities, and wind erosion. Different dust suppressant techniques are used to treat each mechanism.

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Introduction
Paved and Unpaved Roads
Open Waste Piles and Staging Areas
Dry Surface Impoundments
Landfills
Land Treatment
Waste Stabilization
Appendix A: Open Dust Source Emission Factor Rating and Control Efficiency Terminology
Appendix B: Estimation of Control Costs and Cost Effectiveness
Appendix C: Screening Techniques, Modeling Information and Health Risks Information
Appendix D: Sampling and Analysis Procedures
Part II
Introduction
Control of Emissions From Vehicle Reentrainment
Control of Emissions from Soil Movement
Control of Emissions from Wind Erosion
Formulation of a Dust Control Plan
References
Appendix A: Equipment Decontamination and Worker Protection
Appendix B: Non-Air Impacts From the Use of Dust Suppressant Measures
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Cowherd, C.
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