Environmental Technologies to Treat Sulfur Pollution

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Piet Lens, L. W. Hulshoff Pol
IWA Publishing, Jan 1, 2000 - Science - 550 pages
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Environmental Technologies to Treat Sulfur Pollution: Principles and Engineering provides a definitive and detailed discussion of state-of-the-art environmental technologies to treat pollution by sulfurous compounds of wastewater, off-gases, solid waste, soils and sediments. Special attention is given to novel bioremediation techniques that have been developed over the last 10 years. Information density is unique owing to the many figures and graphs (150), tables (over 80) and over 1500 cited literature references. A detailed subject index helps the reader to find their way through the different technological applications, making it the perfect reference work for professionals and consultants dealing with sulfur-related environmental (bio)-technologies. Contents Part I - The sulfur cycle Part II - Technologies to Desulfurise Resources Part III - Treatment of Waters Polluted by Sulfurous Compounds Part IV - Treatment of Gases Polluted by Sulfurous Compounds Part V - Treatment of Soils and Sediments Polluted by Sulfurous Compounds Part VI - Other Applications of Sulfur Cycle: Bioconversions in Environmental Engineering Part VII - Problems Related to Sulfur Cycle: Bioconversions

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