Effective and Safe Waste Management: Interfacing Sciences and Engineering with Monitoring and Risk Analysis

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CRC Press, Nov 23, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 400 pages
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Effective and safe waste management is dependent on the collaborative interaction of engineers, computer modeling specialists, toxicologists, risk assessment experts, soil scientists, biologists, geologists, chemists and professionals in many other disciplines. To meet the needs of this diverse group, this book covers effective and safe waste management topics in a holistic sense, including air monitoring as well as soil and water monitoring, site-specific evaluation and monitoring as well as generic management, and scientific and regulatory compliance issues as well as public interactions. It is an essential reference for all professionals involved in waste management, monitoring, and risk analysis.
  

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Contents

Section
7
Multimedia Environmental and Biological Surveillance at
21
Problems with the Use of Developing Technologies
35
Effective and Safe Waste Management A Regulators
41
Section III
57
Remedial Investigation of a Superfund Site Jeffrey I Daniels
67
Developing Air Monitoring Plans for Hazardous Waste
83
How Does One Develop the Right Quality Assurance
95
Section V
171
Methods for Sampling and Analyzing VaporPhase Mutagens
183
Integrating Environmental Toxicology and Monitoring in
211
Computerization of Toxicological Data by Government
227
Toxicological Evaluations of Hazardous Effluents
265
Section VII
281
Health Risk Assessment of Toxic Wastes Norbert P Page
293
Comparison of Modeling and Expert Systems Approaches
315

DecisionMaking Methodology for Management of Hazardous
107
Use of Pathways Analysis as a Tool for Effective and Safe
115
Section IV
123
Interpretation of Leaching Data for Cementitious Waste Forms
143
The Development of Technologies for the LongTerm
163
Using Risk Assessment in Remedy Selection Wayne K Tusa
327
Use of a Monte Carlo Modeling Approach for Evaluating Risk
337
Toward the Development of a Biologically Sound Philosophy
349
Index
371
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