Environmental Technologies Handbook.
Environmental technologies handbook.
Ed. by Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff.
Government Institutes Inc.
For a readership of environmental, health, and safety professionals, Cheremisoff (director of clean technologies/pollution prevention programs at Princeton Energy Resources International, LLC) presents a reference guide to new and emerging pollution prevention and control technologies. Written by experts from the respective fields, the seven contributions describe technologies designed for use in human health risk assessment, air quality monitoring, air pollution control, thermal waste treatment, wastewater treatment, and cost accounting. While the focus is on newer technologies, conventional technologies do receive brief attention.
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|Date:||Sep 1, 2005|
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