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Waste flow characteristics and resource recovery

Waste flow characteristics and resource recovery

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Published by NTIS in Springfield, Va .
Written in English


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At foot of title : Energy Research and Development Administration (ERDA). Division of Buildings and Community Systems.

Statementprepared by Resource Planning Associates.
ContributionsUnited States. Energy Research and Development Administration. Divisionof Buildings and Community Systems., Resource Planning Associates.
The Physical Object
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Hazardous wastes may be found in different physical states such as gaseous, liquids, or solids. A hazardous waste is a special type of waste because it cannot be disposed of by common means like other by-products of our everyday lives. Depending on the physical state of the waste, treatment and solidification processes might be required.   # 1 - Is Your Material a Solid Waste? The first step is to determine if the material in question is classified as a solid waste. If the material is NOT a solid waste, it cannot be a hazardous waste. For the purposes of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), the definition of solid waste is not limited to wastes that are physically.

The objective of this book series is to provide a forum for exploring and analysing current environmental, technical and policy issues driving change in waste management. In keeping with the multidisciplinary nature of the subject, topics and themes will reflect a broad cross-section of work in the field, including but not limited to the following. • Few waste treatment options are available to manage waste and so they are more expensive than landfill costs; and, • Too few adequate, compliant landfills and hazardous waste management facilities, which hinders the safe disposal of all waste streams. Although estimates put the number of waste handling facilities at more than

Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Victoria has more than resource recovery centres/transfer stations that are an integral part of the waste management system. Sustainability Victoria's best practice guidance provides information on why and how resource recovery centres/transfer stations can progress towards best practice.


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