By: Atephen M Testa and James Conca
Many common industrial processes cause metals contamination: mining, auto and battery recycling, metal manufacturing, wood preserving, and pesticide production. Methods of metals assessment and remediation technologies have changed rapidly in recent years, and the corresponding literature is highly fragmented and diffuse. This is the first book that provides comprehensive guidelines for best practices in conventional, leading-edge and experimental treatment, remediation, and restoration technologies for metals-contaminated aquifers, soils, sludges, sediments, and waste deposits. The authors emphasize emerging in situ technologies, include a list of references for each chapter, and furnish a glossary of regulatory and technical terms.
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