Guide to Cleaner Technologies: Alternative Metal Finishes
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 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.
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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.