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Environmental Engineers' Handbook CRCnetBASE

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ISBN13: 9780849321573
ISBN: 0849321573
Published: February 2001
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Format: CD-ROM (software)
Price: £206.40

This CRCnetBASE version of the best-selling Environmental Engineers' Handbook contains all of the revised, expanded, and updated information of the second edition and more. The fully searchable CD-ROM offers virtually instant access to all of the interrelated factors and principles affecting our environment as well as how the government and the industry must deal with it. It addresses the ongoing global transition in cleaning up the remains of abandoned technology, the prevention of pollution created by existing technology. The Environmental Engineers' Handbook on CD-ROM provides daily problem solving tools and information on state-of-the-art technologies for the future. The technology and specific equipment used in environmental control and clean-up is included for those professionals in need of detailed technical information. Because analytical results are an essential part of any environmental study, analytical methods used in environmental analysis are presented as well. Data is clearly presented in tables and schematic diagrams that illustrate the technology and techniques used in different areas.

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Environmental Laws and Regulations Environmental Impact Assessment Pollution Prevention in Chemical Manufacturing Standards Air Quality Standards Noise Standards Water Standards International Standards Air Pollution Pollutants: Sources, Effects, andDispersion Modeling Air Quality Pollutants: Minimization and Control Fugitive Emissions: Sources and Controls Odor Control Indoor Air Pollution Noise Pollution Wastewater Treatment Sources and Characteristics Monitoring and Analysis Sewers and PumpingStations Equalization and Primary Treatment Conventional Biological Treatment Secondary Treatment Advanced or Tertiary Treatment Organics, Salts, Metals, and Nutrient Removal Chemical Treatment Sludge Stabilization and Dewatering Sludge Disposal RemovingSpecific Water Contaminants Groundwater and Surface Water Pollution Principles of Groundwater Flow Hydraulics of Wells Principles of Groundwater Contamination Groundwater Investigation and Monitoring Groundwater Cleanup and Remediation Storm WaterPollutant Management Solid Waste Source and Effect Characterization Resource Conservation and Recovery Treatment and Disposal Hazardous Waste Sources and Effects Characterization, Sampling, and Analysis Risk Assessment and Waste Management Treatment andDisposal Storage and Leak Detection Radioactive Waste.