Handbook of Solid Waste Management
McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 13, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 950 pages
In a world where waste incinerators are not an option and landfills are at over capacity, cities are hard pressed to find a solution to the problem of what to do with their solid waste. Handbook of Solid Waste Management, 2/e offers a solution. This handbook offers an integrated approach to the planning, design, and management of economical and environmentally responsible solid waste disposal system.
Let twenty industry and government experts provide you with the tools to design a solid waste management system capable of disposing of waste in a cost-efficient and environmentally responsible manner. Focusing on the six primary functions of an integrated system--source reduction, toxicity reduction, recycling and reuse, composting, waste- to-energy combustion, and landfilling--they explore each technology and examine its problems, costs, and legal and social ramifications.
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Chapter 2 Federal Role in Municipal Solid Waste Management
Chapter 3 Solid Waste State Legislation
Chapter 4 Planning for Municipal Solid Waste Management Programs
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