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Toxicity Reduction in Industrial Effluents

  • ID: 2177940
  • Book
  • 368 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Books of Related Interest from Van Nostrand Reinhold Air Pollution Control and Waste Incineration for Hospitals and Other Medical Facilities By Louis Theodore, 276 pages, 6 × 9 ISBN 0–442–00398–6 Here is virtually everything hospital professionals need to gain a complete understanding of hospital air pollution control and waste incineration technology. Taking a logical, step–by–step approach, the book provides readers with a thorough overview of the field, up–to–the–minute information on waste incineration and air pollution regulations, as well as general background and specific information on such important matters as incinerator operation and maintenance calculations. Where Did That Chemical Go? A Practical Guide to Chemical Fate and Transport in the Environment By Ronald E. Ney, Jr., 256 pages, 6 × 9 ISBN 0–442–00457–5 How to predict the possibility of exposure of humans and animals to chemicals released in the environment is explained in this guide. It covers more than 100 organic and inorganic chemicals of major concern in the environment, and provides 200 examples of how to interpret and predict hazardous contact. Several tracing techniques for chemicals released or intentionally placed in the air, water, soil, plants, or animals are discussed. Tables that demonstrate how to plug in data make it easier to predict exposure possibilities. Included is a glossary that clarifies scientific terms. Industrial Emergency Preparedness By Robert B. Kelly, 328 pages, 6 × 9 ISBN 0–442–20483–3 This invaluable guide provides safety engineers and managers, loss prevention managers, and police and fire fighters with easily accomplished techniques for developing a comprehensive industrial program to handle major emergencies, such as fires, chemical spills, gas leaks, and explosions. It discusses all the requirements for developing a workable emergency program, from assessing response capabilities and conducting drills, to improving community planning and dealing with the media during emergencies. Natural Resource Management of Water and Land By Edward O. Gangstad, 210 pages, 6 × 9 ISBN 0–442–00481–8 Covering such diverse areas as arid lands, the prairies, and the eastern U.S., the book details those areas and conditions where stresses on water and land resources have occurred and are most likely to occur and examines the pros and cons of the different biological and chemical control technologies used to mitigate those problems. In addition, the book evaluates major natural resource management strategies that have been employed to rectify water and land problems involving industrial and domestic water supply, irrigation, pollution control, fish and wildlife enhancement, hydroelectric power development, recreational use, flood control, and navigation.
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Toxicity in Industrial Wastewater (P. Lankford).

Aquatic Toxicity Testing (B. Isom).

Toxicity Identification Evalutions (W. Hall & R. Mirenda).

Source Identification, Testing, and Treatment (P. Lankford).

Removal of Metals to Nontoxic Levels (P. Lankford).

Aerobic Biological Treatment (W. Eckenfelder).

Anaerobic Biological Treatment (R. Speece).

Stripping of Volatile Organics (Y. Argaman).

Granular Carbon Adsorption of Toxics (W. Eckenfelder).

Powdered Activated Carbon Treatment (PACT) (P. Lankford).

Chemical Oxidation of Toxic, Inhibitory, and Refractory Organics (A. Bowers).

Management o f Sludges from Treatment of Toxic Wastewaters (J. Pintenich).

Economics of Toxicity Reduction (K. Torrens).


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Perry W. Lankford
W. Wesley Eckenfelder
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