Prentice halls environmental technology series, volume v

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Résumé de Prentice halls environmental technology series, volume v

PHs' six volume Environmental Technology series of textbooks is specifically designed to meet the Partners for Environmental Technology Education (PETE) curriculum guidelines now established for courses in the Environmental Hazardous Materials Technology (EHMT) and Environmental Technology Associates Degree Programs and other related topics in the management of industrial wastes.
Volume 5 guides readers through the application of the Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) which governs hazardous waste from its creation to its disposal and other related waste topics.

Sommaire de Prentice halls environmental technology series, volume v

Preface.
About the Authors.
1. Overview of Pollution Prevention.
2. Basic EPA Concepts of Hazardous Waste.
3. Generators of Hazardous Waste.
4. Transportation of Hazardous Waste.
5. Treatment, Storage and Disposal of Hazardous Waste.
6. Technical Requirements of a TSDF.
7. The Permitting Process.
8. Compliance &, Enforcement.
9. Medical Waste Management.
10. Low-level Radioactive Waste and Mixed Wastes.
11. Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments.
12. Remedial Technologies.
Appendices.
Glossary.
Readings.
Index.

Commentaire de Prentice halls environmental technology series, volume v

  • Spans a broad range of topics, including: Source Reduction, generator waste identification, characterization, and permitting and obtaining EPA identification numbers, transportation concepts, including packaging, marking, labeling, placarding, and preparation of shipping manifests, treatment, storage and disposal (TSD), determination of incompatible wastes, waste minimization.
  • Includes chapters contributed by Daniel Smith and Ryan DuPont of Utah State University, Michael Williams, and Neal Ostler.