Recycling and Reuse of Material Found on Superfund Sites

Recycling and Reuse of Material Found on Superfund Sites

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Provides assistance in identifying recycling technologies for a wide variety of contaminants and matrices, including: energy recovery; decanting; thermal desorption; solvent extraction; pumping and recovery; freeze-crystallization; thermolysis; ion exchange; reverse osmosis; diffusion dialysis; evaporation; amalgamation; cementation; electrowinning; vitrification; physical separation; mercury distillation, etc. Contents: description of recycling technologies; product quality specifications; 8 case studies. Extensive references. 50 charts and tables.Limitations a€c Leachable metals in waste a€c Typically requires additional processing to yield marketable product ... Metals or inorganics Use as construction material ( 3.7) Bioreduction (3.25) Chemical leaching (3.29) Mercury Metals ... of this handbook where the technology is discussed. ... oil in electrical equipment Recovery of oil and metals a€c Thermal decontamination of metals can generate products ofanbsp;...

Title:Recycling and Reuse of Material Found on Superfund Sites
Author:Lawrence Smith, Jeffrey Means
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 1994-06-01


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