WASTE MANAGEMENT AND MINIMISATION

Edited by : Sollars, Cheeseman, Smith and Blakey

Classification of Industrial, Commercial, Residential, Agricultural and Construction Waste

Bob Pocock, MEL Research, UK

Waste Composition and Analysis

C. Coggins, University of Sheffield, UK

Solid Waste Streams: Regional & Cultural Variability

J. Olley, ERM, UK

Choosing Options for Waste Management

Philip Rushbrook, WHO, Italy

Waste Disposal Costs and Financial Incentives to Improve Waste Management

C. Coggins, University of Sheffield, UK

Waste Management in Industry

Caroline Hand, UK

Integrated Waste Management

Adrian Nordone, Procter and Gamble, UK

P. White, UK

Management, Use and Disposal of Sewage Sludge

Stephen R. Smith, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, Imperial College, UK

Waste Minimisation in Industry

Barry David Crittenden, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Bath, UK

Waste Minimisation & Recycling as Part of an Environmentally Sustainable Business Strategy

E. Bichard, National Centre for Business and Ecology, UK

M. Parkinson, National Centre for Business and Ecology, UK

Solid Wastes for Power Generation

Jim Swithenbank, Sheffield University Waste Incineration Centre, Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, Sheffield University, UK

V. Nasserzadeh, Sheffield University, Waste Incineration Centre, UK

R. Goh, Sheffield University, Waste Incineration Centre, UK

Anaerobic Digestion, Gasification and Pyrolysis

Lee G. A. Potts, Biwater Treatrment, UK

Duncan J. Martin, School of Chemical, Environmental and Mining Engineering, University of Nottingham, UK

Ecological & Public Health Risks-Analysis and Management

Simon J.T. Pollard, Environment Agency, National Centre for Risk Analysis and Options Appraisal, UK

Hazardous Waste Treatment Technologies

Gev Eduljee, ERM, UK

The Management of Health Care Waste

W.K. Townend, Institute of Wastes Management, UK

Industrial Site Remediation

Michael Alan Smith, M A Smith Environmental Consultancy, UK

 

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