Guide to Cleaner Technologies: Alternative Metal Finishes

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DIANE Publishing, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 60 pages
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Describes cleaner technologies that can be used to reduce waste and emissions from metal finishing operations. Identifies potentially viable clean technologies that can reduce waste and emissions by modifying the metal finishing process. Provides resources for obtaining more detailed engineering and economic information about these technologies. Addresses available technologies, emerging technologies and pollution prevention strategies. List of information sources. Drawings, charts and figures.

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Page 57 - American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) 345 E. 47th St. New York, NY 10017 American Institute of Chemists 501 Wythe St.
Page 58 - Australasian Institute of Metal Finishing, Clunies Ross House, 191 Royal Parade, Parkville, Victoria, Australia 3052 (technical programme).
Page 58 - INSTITUTE OF METAL FINISHING IMF Exeter House 48 Holloway Head Birmingham Bl 1NQ United Kingdom TEL.
Page 4 - ... technologies for testing in specific production settings. It is hoped that sufficient detail is provided to allow identification of possible technologies for immediate consideration in programs to eliminate or reduce waste production ortoxicity.
Page 57 - American Electroplaters' and Surface Finishers' Society (AESF), 12644 Research Pkwy., Orlando, FL 32826; 407-281-6441;; American Galvanizers Association, 6881 South Holly Circle, Ste.
Page 57 - American National Standards Institute (ANSI) 1 1 West 42nd St., 1 3th Floor New York, NY 10036 212/642-4900 212/398-0023 FAX American Sociely for Testing Materials (ASTM) 1916 Race St.
Page 12 - Fugitive air emissions, water emissions from poorly treated rinsewater, and solid waste generated from hexavalent chromium plating processes can have a detrimental impact on the environment.
Page 15 - The process can be used in rack and barrel operations, and the applications include fasteners, marine hardware, plumbing hardware, textile machinery, automotive, and aerospace parts.

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