by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Research Triangle Park, NC, Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English
|Statement||R.J. Johnson, F.E. Flynn, and P.J. Weller|
|Contributions||Flynn, F. E, Weller, P. J, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Research Triangle Park, N.C.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3,  p. ;|
Offshore platform hazardous waste incineration facility. Research Triangle Park, NC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory ; Cincinnati, OH: Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor], (OCoLC) Material Type. Vast stockpiles of hazardous or toxic wastes are currently residing in insecure landfills, thus imperiling our drinking water supplies. This handbook is written with the user in mind. An in-depth review of regulatory and technical requirements is presented with later sections regarding permitting and operation of incineration : William S. Rickman. The TeamTec Incinerators are the ultimate solution for waste treatment onboard vessels, offshore units and onshore facilities. Our vast range of models and versions cover capacities from . 40 CFR part subpart X; 40 CFR part subpart R; Top of Page. Miscellaneous and Other Units. Miscellaneous hazardous waste management units include units that do not fit within the definition of the more typical waste management units described in 40 CFR part (containers, tanks, incinerators, etc.). These also include thermal treatment units other than incinerators, boilers or.
Waste (13) TAG asbestos biomethane circular economy Commission Regulation (EU) environmental assessments EU Parliament European Court of Justice Ferrara Fiere hazardous waste classification ministry of the Environment pfu plastic RemTechExpo Ferrara Fiere still stand waste Waste incineration plants waste management waste treatment. (1) The analysis includes facilities that are currently burning hazardous waste, as well as facilities that are no longer burning but have not commenced formal closure procedures. (2) We do not include mobile incinerators in this analysis. Sources: (1) U.S. EPA, PSPD, List of Permitted Hazardous Waste Combustion Facilities, February Hazardous waste activities data is reported to EPA for odd number years (beginning with ). EPA then provides reports on hazardous waste generation and management activity that accompany the data files. You can use a variety of data retrieval options in the Biennial Report Search to search for facilities that interest you. hazardous waste management, have engendered as much controversy and polarization as has the con-cept of burning hazardous wastes in incinerators mounted on ocean-going vessels. Critics have char-acterized ocean incineration vessels as ‘‘outmoded, unforgiving technology’ and ‘‘nothing more than.
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