Waste Treatment and Disposal examines the environmental impact of sewage and industrial effluent treatment on inland and coastal waters, in the atmosphere and on land. It also looks into current practice in the design, engineering, operation and control of landfill sites, and the effect of changes in regulatory policy. Waste Treatment and Disposal covers the general and technical issues facing the materials recycling industry; looks into the factors affecting deep underground storage of radioactive fuel waste produced by nuclear reactors; and provides data from a number of case studies in cost-benefit analysis, demonstrating the utility of a consistent economic theory of waste management.A growing use for rubber crumb in the USA is as an additive to asphalt in road- surfacing. ... For example, in cars the material could be used for exhaust system suspension straps, inserts to reduce wear between metal parts and in mud flaps.
|Title||:||Waste Treatment and Disposal|
|Author||:||Ronald E. Hester|
|Publisher||:||Royal Society of Chemistry - 1995-01-01|