Handbook of Complex Environmental Remediation Problems

by: Jay H. Lehr, Marve Hyman, Tyler Gass, William J. Seevers


Abstract: Offering the time-saving guidance of leading specialists in the field, Handbook of Complex Environmental Remediation Problems introduces you to today’s best methods of cleaning up hazardous waste. This comprehensive tool from Jay Lehr, Marve Hyman, Tyler Gass and William Seevers gives you a comprehensive review of every current engineering solution, and provides expert help with waste minimization and pollution prevention. Featuring both US and international applications, the Handbook is a vital on-the-job tool for environmental engineers, safety engineers, industrial hygienists, chemical engineers, civil engineers, and any other engineer or manager responsible for clean-up– and regulators who must evaluate the results of these programs.
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Title: Handbook of Complex Environmental Remediation Problems

Publisher: McGRAW-HILL

Copyright / Pub. Date: 2002 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc

ISBN: 9780070276895

Authors:

Jay H. Lehr is the author of this McGraw-Hill Professional publication.

Marve Hyman is the author of this McGraw-Hill Professional publication.

Tyler Gass is the author of this McGraw-Hill Professional publication.

William J. Seevers is the author of this McGraw-Hill Professional publication.

Description: Offering the time-saving guidance of leading specialists in the field, Handbook of Complex Environmental Remediation Problems introduces you to today’s best methods of cleaning up hazardous waste. This comprehensive tool from Jay Lehr, Marve Hyman, Tyler Gass and William Seevers gives you a comprehensive review of every current engineering solution, and provides expert help with waste minimization and pollution prevention. Featuring both US and international applications, the Handbook is a vital on-the-job tool for environmental engineers, safety engineers, industrial hygienists, chemical engineers, civil engineers, and any other engineer or manager responsible for clean-up– and regulators who must evaluate the results of these programs.