Environmental Technologies Handbook provides environmental, health and safety professionals with a straightforward, easy-to-use reference guide to new and emerging pollution prevention and control technologies that will help them to meet regulatory obligations, increase sustainability, and ensure social responsibility. An international array of experts explain emerging and proven technologies for multi-media pollution and how they work, allowing readers to evaluate and choose technologies based on their needs and the technologies' cost and labor requirements. This book focuses on recent technology successes, including gasification, pyrolysis, electrochemical processes, photocatalysis, and advanced wastewater treatment technologies. Readers will find extensive coverage of the concepts of risk assessment to environmental media and the impact of advanced concepts of dose-response exposures to risk reduction practices. They will also find an explanation of the methodology and computation methods available for life cycle costing analyses and proper environmental cost accounting.ToxProbe. 1999. Screening risk assessment on air contaminants in Teplice and Prachatice. Toronto: ToxProbe. Travis, C. C. ... Communicating in a crisis: Risk communication guidelines for public officials. Rockville, Md.: Public Health Service.
|Title||:||Environmental Technologies Handbook|
|Author||:||Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff|
|Publisher||:||Government Institutes - 2005|