A comprehensive, single-source reference of current issues in solid waste management designed as an aid in decision-making and assessment of future trends. Covers public perceptions, legislation, regulation, planning and financing, and technologies and operation. Reviews the evolution of waste management since the passage of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976, amended in 1978, 1980 and 1984. Examines common and divergent public and private concerns, including an in-depth review of public perceptions and their effect on planning and implementation. Also includes a discussion of the inadequacies of most waste quantity and composition estimates, with techniques for adequate evaluation. Looks at the misunderstanding and controversy over source separation and issues in municipal resource recovery from the viewpoint of the private scrap process industry. Also includes an unprecedented examination of the problem of bulky waste logistics and its effect on current disposal practice, and case histories and the current status of energy recovery from industrial waste. With over 500 tables, graphs, and illustrations.8.6 COLLECTION EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS6 8.6. 1 Introduction Any maintenance program must be built upon the bedrock of planned or preventive maintenance and must avoid at all costs a system based on demandanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Solid Waste Handbook|
|Author||:||William D. Robinson|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1986-03-11|