Environmental Science and Technology Handbook

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Government Institutes, 1994 - Reference - 389 pages
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This book bridges the gap between understanding environmental science and technology and complying with today's regulations. Clearly written in understandable, everyday English, the Environmental Science and Technology Handbook provides easy access to a wealth of information.

Written by representatives from five nationally known environmental engineering firms, this handbook brings together in one source everything you need to know about Geology and Groundwater Hydrology; Air Quality; Human Health Risk Assessment; Ecological Risk Assessment; Environmental Chemistry and Analysis of Regulated Compounds; Environmental Processes; Pollution Prevention Through Total Quality Management; Air Pollution Control Technologies; Ground-water Pollution Control Technologies; Solid and Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal Technologies; Underground and Aboveground Storage Tank Technologies; plus an index.

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Contents

ENVIRONMENTAL PROCESSES
1
HUMAN HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT
37
ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT
75
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