Designed to assist facility managers, state a tribal environmental managers, a the public to evaluate a choose protective practices for managing industrial waste in new landfills, waste piles, surface impoundments, a land application units. Identifies the components of a sound waste management system a the reasons why each is important. Also includes groundwater a air models, as well as other tools to help tailor waste management practices to a particular facility. This guidance reflects 4 underlying principles: protect human health a the environment; tailor management practices to risks; affirm state a tribal leadership; a foster a partnership.-agt;To contact NWI, write to National Wetlands Inventory, 9720 Executive Center Drive, Suite 101, Monroe Building, St. Petersburg, FL 33702; or call 813 570- 5412; or fax 813 570-5420. For additional ... Once the WDCP standards are implemented, use WDCP-certified wetland consultants. ^The 1987 manual can be obtained from NTIS (see References section below) or online at alt;www.wes. army.mil/el/wetlands/wlpubs.htinlagt; NWI wetland resource maps like this one show the locations.
|Title||:||Guide for Industrial Waste Management|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2000-12-01|