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Environmental Treatment Technologies for Hazardous and Medical Wastes

Remedial Scope and Efficacy

New! Environmental Treatment and Technology

ISBN No.0-07-043586-3, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Mar. 2002

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Many well-intentioned land development projects are conceived, planned, and carried to completion in an inadequate environmental context. The unintended consequences of such projects often include contamination and degradation of streams, forests, soils, and entire natural systems. Dealing with the challenges of maintaining a decent balance between manÂ’s needs and a sustainable environment has become the province of specialized professionals and technicians trained and equipped to address the complexities of environmental contamination.

Environmental Treatment Technologies for Hazardous and Medical Wastes provides a systematic framework for analyzing the full range of outcomes that may result from many of the components of urban development and for remedying their adverse effects. The book also provides details on various waste treatment technologies for hazardous and medical wastes.

Book Contents

  • Containment Technology
  • Bioremediation
  • Soil Washing
  • Incineration
  • Thermal Treatment
  • Vapor Extraction
  • Other Physical/Chemical Treatments

The book also includes a description of the technology, flow diagram and other technology specific information. With this coverage the book would be useful for the environmental scientists and engineers, scientists at the Pollution Control Boards, NGOÂ’s , hospitals and medical organizations and students of environmental engineering and sciences.

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Foreword by Prof. Dorn C. McGrath, Jr., AICP, Director of Institute for Urban Environmental Research, The George Washington University

Contents Include

  1. Introduction
  2. Synopsis of Hazardous and Medical Waste Identification and Characterization
  3. General Site Cleanup Process
  4. Environmental Treatment Technologies for Hazardous Waste
  5. Containment Technologies
  6. Soil Washing
  7. Thermal Treatment
  8. Vapor Extraction
  9. Bioremediation
  10. Incineration Treatment
  11. Other Physical/Chemical Treatments
  12. Remediation Case Studies
  13. Monitoring and Control Technologies
  14. Alternative Treatment Technology Options for Medical Wastes

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Author's Profile and Photograph

Subijoy Dutta, PE

Mr. Subijoy Dutta is a registered professional engineer (PE) in Maryland, USA. He has recently authored a book, “Environmental Treatment Technologies for Hazardous and Medical Wastes: Remedial Scope and Efficacy”, published in March 2002 by Tata McGraw Hill Company. Mr. Dutta has over 17 years of experience in Remedial Investigations, Feasibility Studies (RI/FS), Remedial Design, and Remedial Actions (RD/RA) pertaining to the RCRA and CERCLA regulations. He also provides expertise in the treatment, storage and disposal aspects of medical waste. He has designed modified cover systems for Landfills and have supervised installation of Landfill covers for several hazardous waste sites. From 2001 to 2003 he was on a detail to the Center for Urban Environmental Research (CUER) at the George Washington University in Washington, DC.

Mr. Dutta has more than 30 publications in major technical journals. He also has two equipment patents pending. He has received the 1991 National Award for Individual Excellence in Environmental Restoration from the U.S. Air Force chief of Staff General Merrill A. McPeak in Washington D.C. on April 20, 1992. He has received the Unsung Hero Award in 1997 from the EPA Administrator, Carol Browner for his voluntary work towards the cleanup of the highly polluted Yamuna River in New Delhi, India


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