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1Management of Industrial Wastes: Solids, Liquids, and Gases
Management of Industrial Wastewater
Management of Solid Wastes from Industries
Management of Discharges to the Air
Characteristics of Industrial Wastewater
The Polar Properties of Water
Electrical and Thermodynamic Stability
Chemical Structure and Polarity of Water
Colloidal Suspensions
Mixtures Made Stable by Chelating Agents
3Laws and Regulations
Water Pollution Control Laws
Groundwater Pollution Control Laws
Air Pollution Control Laws
4Wastes from Industries
Electroplating of Tin
The Copper Forming Industry
Prepared Frozen Foods
Wastes From De-inking
Die Casting: Aluminum, Zinc, and Magnesium
Production and Processing of Coke
The Wine-Making Industry
The Synthetic Rubber Industry
Production and Processing of Beef, Pork, and Other Sources of Red Meat
Rendering of By-Products from the Processing of Meat, Poultry, and Fish
The Manufacture of Lead Acid Batteries
5Industrial Stormwater Management
Federal Stormwater Regulations
Prevention of Groundwater Contamination
System Failure Protection
Stormwater Retention
Stormwater Treatment
Stormwater as a Source of Process Water Makeup
Wastes Characterization Study
Environmental Audit
Characteristics of Industrial Wastes
Characteristics of Discharges to the Air
Ambient Air Sampling
Characteristics of Solid Waste Streams from Industries
7Pollution Prevention
Benefits of Pollution Prevention
8Methods for Treating Wastewaters from Industry
Principle and Nonprinciple Treatment Mechanisms
Waste Equalization
Chemical Methods of Wastewater Treatment
Biological Methods of Wastewater Treatment
Development of Design Equations for Biological Treatment of Industrial Wastes
The Solid Waste Landfill
Solid Waste Incineration
The Process of Composting Industrial Wastes
Solidification and Stabilization of Industrial Solid Wastes
10 Methods for Treating Air Discharges from Industry
1.Reduction at the source
Reduction at the Source
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