Handbook of Industrial and Hazardous Wastes Treatment  book cover
SAVE
$88.00
2nd Edition

Handbook of Industrial and Hazardous Wastes Treatment




ISBN 9780824741143
Published June 29, 2004 by CRC Press
1368 Pages

 
SAVE ~ $88.00
was $440.00
USD $352.00

Prices & shipping based on shipping country


Preview

Book Description

Presenting effective, practicable strategies modeled from ultramodern technologies and framed by the critical insights of 78 field experts, this vastly expanded Second Edition offers 32 chapters of industry- and waste-specific analyses and treatment methods for industrial and hazardous waste materials-from explosive wastes to landfill leachate to wastes produced by the pharmaceutical and food industries.

Key additional chapters cover means of monitoring waste on site, pollution prevention, and site remediation.

Including a timely evaluation of the role of biotechnology in contemporary industrial waste management, the Handbook reveals sound approaches and sophisticated technologies for treating

  • textile, rubber, and timber wastes
  • dairy, meat, and seafood industry wastes
  • bakery and soft drink wastes
  • palm and olive oil wastes
  • pesticide and livestock wastes
  • pulp and paper wastes
  • phosphate wastes
  • detergent wastes
  • photographic wastes
  • refinery and metal plating wastes
  • power industry wastes

    This state-of-the-art Second Edition is required reading for pollution control, environmental, chemical, civil, sanitary, and industrial engineers; environmental scientists; regulatory health officials; and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.
  • Table of Contents

    Implementation of Industrial Ecology for Industrial Hazardous Waste Management, L.K. Wang and D.B. Aulenbach
    Bioassay of Industrial and Hazardous Waste Pollutants, S.Yu. Selivanovskaya, V.Z. Latypova, N. Yu. Stepanova, and Y.-T. Hung
    Treatment of Pharmaceutical Wastes, S.K. Gupta, S.K. Gupta, and Y-T. Hung
    Treatment of Oilfield and Refinery Wastes, O. Tunay, I. Kabdash, and Y.-T. Hung
    Treatment of Photographic Processing Wastes, T.W. Bober, D. Vacco, T.J. Dagon, and H.E. Fowler
    Treatment of Soap and Detergent Industry Wastes, C. Yapijakis and L.K. Wang
    Treatment of Textile Wastes, T. Bechtold, E. Burtscher, and Y. -T. Wang
    Treatment of Pulp and Paper Mill Wastes, S. Sumathi and Y.-T. Hung
    In-Plant Management and Disposal of Industrial Hazardous Substances, L.K. Wang
    Application of Biotechnology for Industrial Waste Treatment, J.-H. Tay, S.T.-L. Tay, V. Ivanov, and Y.-T. Hung
    Treatment of Dairy Processing Wastewaters, T.J. Britz, C. van Schalkwyk, and Y.-T. Hung
    Seafood Processing Wastewater Treatment, J.-H. Tay, K.-Y. Show, and Y-.T. Hung
    Treatment of Meat Wastes, C.J. Banks and Z. Wang
    Treatment if Palm Oil Wastewaters, M.A. Hassan, S. Yacob, Y. Shirai, and Y.-T. Hung
    Olive Oil Waste Treatment, A. Awad, H. Salman, and H.-T. Hung
    Potato Wastewater Treatment, Y.-T. Hung, H.H. Lo, A. Awad, and H. Salman
    Stormwater Management and Treatment, C. Yapijakis, R.L. Trotta, C.-C. Chang, and L.K. Wang
    Site Remediation and Groundwater Decontamination, L.K. Wang
    Pollution Prevention, J.P. Chen, T.T. Shen, Y.-T. Hung, and L.K. Wang
    Treatment of Pesticide Industry Wastes, J.M. Wong
    Livestock Waste Treatment, J.P. Chen, S. Zou, Y.-T. Hung, and L.K. Wang
    Soft Drink Waste Treatment, J.P. Chen, S.-S. Seng, and Y.-T. Hung
    Bakery Waste Treatment, J.P. Chen, L. Yang, R. Bai, and Y.-T. Hung
    Explosive Waste Treatment, J.P. Chen, S. Zou, S.O. Pehkonen, Y.-T. Hung, and L.K. Wang
    Food Waste Treatment, M. Ukita, T. Imai, and Y.-T. Hung
    Treatment of Landfill Leachate, M. Bodzek, J. Surmacz-Gorska, and Y.-T. Hung
    On-Site Monitoring and Analysis of Industrial Pollutants, J.R. Taricska, Y.-T. Hung, and K. Hung Li
    Treatment of Rubber Industry Wastes, J.R. Taricska, L.K. Wang, Y.T. Hung, J-H. Tay, and K. Hung Li
    Treatment of Timber Industry Wastes, L.K. Wang
    Treatment of Power Industry Wastes, L.K. Wang
    Index

    ...
    View More

    Reviews

    "New subjects are presented in detail for the first time in any industrial waste treatment book. … The team of contributors is of high scientific level and demonstrates that special efforts were made to invite experts to contribute chapters in their own areas of expertise. … The book is to be used as a reference … for professors, students, and researchers … . The extensive bibliographies … should be invaluable to managers and researchers who need to improve on a specific industrial waste treatment practice."
    - Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, March 2005, Vol. 4, No. 1

    "Each chapter provides a thorough and comprehensive review of the waste management issue at hand. … Chapters are well-written and flow well. The extensive bibliographies for each industrial waste treatment practice should be valuable to university students, environmental managers, and scientists. … [T]he editors did a fine job in compiling and reviewing a wide range of papers."
    - Journal of Environmental Quality, March/April 2005


    "An excellent resource for environmental managers, this edition, expanded to 32 chapters from the original edition, describes methodologies for the treatment of wastes … This handbook is intended both as a reference book for environmental professionals and as a college text that allows instructors to choose the specific industrial waste categories they may want to cover; it will also be valuable in engineers' or scientists' personal libraries. Summing Up: Highly recommended."
    - CHOICE, March 2005


    "…valuable…for professors, students, and researchers in environmental and chemical engineering."
    IASI Polytechnic Magazine

    "…covers the specific problems of selected industries where pollution and emissions require proper and urgent attention…extremely useful." -Chemical Engineering World
    -Chemical Engineering World

    "…interesting…well-written and edited."
    Journal of Hazardous Materials

    "…cover[s] effluent standards and trends for various industrial or commercial operations."
    Civil Engineering

    "…Industries, research bodies, and administration will derive a lot of benefit."
    Chemical Engineering World