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Academic & Professional Books  Environmental & Social Studies  Pollution & Remediation  Waste Management & Remediation

Waste Management and the Environment V

Proceedings
By: V Popov(Editor), H Itoh(Editor), U Mander(Editor), Carlos A Brebbia(Editor)
462 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: WIT Press
Waste Management and the Environment V
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About this book

Waste management poses numerous problems and there is a significant need for more research on current disposal methods. Following the introduction of legislation in many countries the emphasis is now on sustainable strategies. While these decrease the volume of waste that needs final disposal, answers to issues such as environmental and safety aspects of certain recycled materials or by-products of waste management activities, current technology improvements, and regulatory and monitoring problems still need to be found.

Featuring papers published at the Fifth International Conference on Waste Management and the Environment Waste Management and the Environment V contains contributions on the following topics: Advanced Waste Treatment Technology; Wastewater Treatment; Resources Recovery; Waste Incineration and Gasification; Waste Pre-Treatment, Separation and Transformation; Methodologies and Practices; Landfills, Design, Construction and Monitoring; Soil and Groundwater Clean-Up; Public Awareness; Air Pollution Control; Hazardous Waste; Waste Management; Construction and Demolition Waste; Costs and Benefits of Waste Management Options; Reduce, Reuse and Recycle (3Rs); Energy from Waste; Electrical Waste; Rare Metals; Computer Modelling; Methodologies and Practices; Risk Assessment; Nuclear Waste; Environmental Economics Assessment; Laws and Regulations; Biological Treatments; Agricultural Wastes.

Contents

Section 1: Waste incineration and gasification
- Batch waste gasification technology: characteristics and perspectives
- Innovative technique for the control of NOx formed in combustion processes
- System analysis for integration of landfill energy production in regional energy supply
- Numerical optimisation of operating conditions of waste to energy
- Reduction of nitrous oxide emission by a smaller air to fuel ratio in a large-scale sewage sludge fluidized bed combustor
- Paint sludge waste co-processing at the ACC Wadi Cement Works in Karnataka, India

Section 2: Reduce, reuse and recycle (3 Rs)
- Chemical recovery of flexible polyurethane foam wastes
- Recycled chopped rice straw-cement bricks: an analytical and economical study
- Household recycling of compact fluorescent lights: a survey of influential factors
- Ceramic tiles adding waste foundry sand to different clays
- Social capacity of waste and material management of Jakarta

Section 3: Waste management
- Cultural Heritage and Waste Heritage: advanced techniques to preserve cultural heritage, exploring just in time the ruins produced by disasters and natural calamities
- An index to quantify street cleanliness
- Land spreading of solar-dried citrus peel to control runoff and soil erosion
- Chestnut bur extracts as antioxidants: optimization of the extraction stage
- Establishment of disaster debris management based on quantitative estimation using natural hazard maps
- Influence of pre-treatment methods on the adsorption of cadmium ions by chestnut shell
- Development of a mathematical model for the composting process
- Aerospace-based support systems and interoperability: the solution to fight illegal dumping
- A comparative analysis of communal waste collection options for Mafikeng city council
- Toxicity evaluation of MSW leachate using Oncorhynchus mykiss and Gambusia affinis acute toxicity tests in Kermanshah, western Iran
- A reliability engineering study for a near surface radioactive waste repository using genetic algorithm
- Linking relief, rehabilitation and development (LRRD): lessons learned from the Australian and the Canadian Red Cross waste management program in the Maldives

Section 4: Costs and benefits of waste management options
- Bioplastics disposal: how to manage it
- Options appraisal of waste management systems

Section 5: Landfills, design, construction and monitoring
- Monitoring of landfill gas emission rates: application of the static chamber approach to an Italian sanitary landfill site
- LIDAR technique application to the analysis of environmental pollution
- Toxicity identification evaluation of landfill leachate taking a multispecies approach

Section 6: Soil and groundwater clean-up
- Accumulation coefficient and translocation factor of heavy metals through Rhazya stricta grown in the mining area of Mahad AD'Dahab, Saudi Arabia
- Experimental study on utilizing iron slag to stabilize Cr(VI)-contaminated soils
- An integrated approach to in-situ remediation of a former paint manufacturing facility

Section 7: Wastewater treatment
- Wastes released by tanneries at Patrocinio Paulista, Sao Paulo State, Brazil
- Consolidation recovery of rare/hazardous elements from polluted water by the hydrothermal mineralization process
- Water treatment sludge can be used as an adsorbent for heavy metals in wastewater streams
- Removal and biodegradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by immobilized microalgal beads
- Oil shale ash as a catalyst in wastewater treatment in the pulp and paper industry
- Degradation of organic matter using a submerged micro bubble diffuser in a biological wastewater treatment system
- Social and economic issues of farm produce from urban waste water irrigation
- Biomarkers of pollution in soils irrigated with wastewater in Tunisia
- The valuation and financial management of (nano-)technology in relation to sustainable growth

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Proceedings
By: V Popov(Editor), H Itoh(Editor), U Mander(Editor), Carlos A Brebbia(Editor)
462 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: WIT Press
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