Hazardous Waste Management
Hazardous Waste Management provides a comprehensive overview of a complex, interdisciplinary field. To prepare the graduate who will be entering the rapidly growing field of hazardous waste management, the book demonstrates how science and engineering disciplines work together to identify and correct threats to human health and the environment. The book's comprehensiveness enables the student to select specialized areas for further study and research. The authors combine the theoretical framework with their diversified real-world experience in international environmental consulting. The chapters include case studies, example problems, and discussion topics and problems.
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