Standard Handbook of Environmental Engineering
Robert A. Corbitt
McGraw-Hill, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 1216 pages
The most thorough working guide to environmental engineering ever put together, this new edition of Standard Handbook of Environmental Engineering updates you on the latest tools, techniques, and regulations in the field. You get indispensable guidance on every aspect of the profession from leading experts, from an introduction to practices to specific air, water, and waste treatment and handling methods. Inside this book you'll find stepwise guidance to help you provide services from project management to value engineering, plus help with every aspect of air, water, and waste management. With hundreds of useful tables and charts, and convenient access to all the day-to-day technical, professional, and regulatory information you need, Standard Handbook of Environmental Engineering is an essential reference—your one-stop source for professional guidance.
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