Environmental Technology Handbook
Historically, the development of civilization has upset much of the earth’s ecosystem leading to air, land, and water pollution. The author defines pollution as the introduction of a foreign substance into an ecosystem via air, land or water. This book delves into issues that effect the everyday lives of people who come in contact with these hazards. By examining these issues, this body of work aims to stimulate debate and offer solutions to the ever-growing threat to the environment and humanity. Includes problems with each chapter, Explores issues such as control of gaseous emissions, waste recycling and waste disposal, Explains physical and thermal methods of waste management, Provides definitions and resources for future reference, Discusses the history of environmental technology.
J. G. Speight and S. Lee, "Environmental Technology Handbook," Taylor & Francis, Jan 2000.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1201/9780367813390
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
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01 Jan 2000