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Case studies of hazardous waste treatment to remove volatile organics. Vol.1.

C. Allen

Case studies of hazardous waste treatment to remove volatile organics. Vol.1.

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Written in English


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SeriesPB88-125893
ContributionsResearch Triangle Institute.
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Open LibraryOL19839852M

Included in this book are detailed chapters covering various methods for toxicity reduction, such as the removal of metals, aerobic biological treatment, stripping of volatile organics, and management of sludges from toxic wastewater treatment. The book features: a complete overview of the subject, including background material for newcomers to. DESTRUCTION TECHNOLOGIES FOR POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS (PCBS) BY M.S.M. Mujeebur Rahuman, Luigi Pistone §, Ferruccio Trifirò and Stanislav Miertus* International Centre for Science and High Technology United Nations Industrial Development Organization (ICS-UNIDO) Pure and Applied Chemistry Padrici Trieste, Italy. Behavior and determination of volatile organic waste sites--Environmental aspects Hazardous waste sites--Location Hazardous waste sites--Technological innovations Hazardous waste treatment facilities United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development. Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory (Las Vegas. Our capabilities range from the treatment of wastewater utilizing aerobic and anaerobic biological treatment methods, to conducting studies on the biological degradation of integrated biological treatment systems for TNT and RDX contaminated soils at U.S. Army facilities and the evaluation of treatment alternatives for hazardous wastes.


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Case studies of hazardous waste treatment to remove volatile organics. Vol.1. by C. Allen Download PDF EPUB FB2

United States Environmental Protection Agency Hazardous Waste Engineering Research Laboratory Cincinnati OH Research and Development EPA//S/ Jan. &EPA Project Summary Case Studies of Hazardous Waste Treatment to Remove Volatile Organics C.

Allen, M. Branscome, C. Northeim, Case studies of hazardous waste treatment to remove volatile organics. Vol.1. book. Leese, and S. Harkins Three treatment processes were investigated for the removal of volatile organic (VO) compounds from hazard.

PB Case Studies of Hazardous Waste Treatment to Remove Volatile Organics Volume 2 Research Triangle Inst. Research Triangle Park, NC Prepared for Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE National Technical Information Service NTIS. ABSTRACT Three treatment processes were investigated for the removal of volatile organic (VO) compounds from Case studies of hazardous waste treatment to remove volatile organics.

Vol.1. book waste: thin-film evaporation, steam stripping, and steam stripping with carbon adsorption. The data collected included the VO removal effectiveness, air emissions from the process, cost, and process limitations.

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This report discusses the various natural processes for the attenuation and degradation of hazardous compounds and considers the application of these processes. Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) include most solvent thinners, degreasers, cleaners, lubricants, and liquid fuels.

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analytical data for hazardous waste sites, salvage yards and landfills submitted after that date. This volatile organic compound has been included in the Ambient Groundwater Quality Standards since September at which time the groundwater standard of 3 g/l was established.

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Industry veteran John Cookson delivers job-tested insights into the most effective methods and provides the step-by-step details you need to put them to work. Work with the State to determine how Volatile Organic Contaminants are getting into your water supply.

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Assessment and Control of VOC Emissions from Waste Treatment and Disposal Facilities Thomas T. Shen, Ph.D., Charles Schmidt, Ph.D., and Thomas Card The complications surrounding Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) emissions have emerged as a matter of increasing environmental attention and concern, due largely to the huge quantities involved, their known toxicity, and their suspected Format: Hardcover.

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