Guide to Cleaner Technologies: Organic Coating Replacements

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DIANE Publishing, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 91 pages
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Describes cleaner technologies that can be used to reduce emissions and wastes from paints and coatings applications. Identifies potentially viable clean technologies that can reduce emissions and waste generation through the use of modified paint and coating formulations or application and curing techniques. 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 89 - American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) 345 E. 47th St. New York, NY 10017 American Institute of Chemists 501 Wythe St.
Page 6 - ... Electronic Systems." Pollution Prevention By and For Small Business Application Submittal. Interconnect Systems, Inc. SECTION 4 POLLUTION PREVENTION STRATEGY The main federal environmental regulations influencing the application of new cleaning technologies are the Clean Air Act Amendments (CAAA), the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), the Right to Know provisions of the Superfund Amendment and Reauthorization Act (SARA), and the emphasis on eliminating pollution at the source in...
Page 90 - Federation of Societies for Coatings Technology (FSCT) 492 Norristown Rd. Blue Bell, PA...
Page 89 - Society of Manufacturing Engineers, PO Box 930, One SME Dr, Dearborn, MI 48121.
Page 90 - INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE TO COORDINATE ACTIVITIES OF TECHNICAL GROUPS IN THE COATINGS INDUSTRY (603) c/o FATIPEC 34, chemin du Halage F-95540 Mery-sur-Oise, France Ph: 1 48675224 Borg, Anja, Exec.
Page 9 - ... 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 82 - Supercritical Fluid Spray Application Technology: A Pollution Prevention Technology for the Future, 218-239; Proceedings of the 17th WaterBorne and High-Solid Coating Symposium, New Orleans, La., 1990.
Page 59 - Waterborne coatings are sensitive to humidity, requiring humidity control in the application and curing areas. Low humidity can cause those coatings to dry extremely fast, resulting in craters in the final film. High humidity can cause very slow drying times, resulting in sagging.

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