Handbook of Environmental Contaminants: A Guide for Site Assessment is an indispensable working reference for environmental assessment professionals faced with determining potential environmental contaminants that might be found in the soil, groundwater, or air of a property or facility. The book provides a comprehensive listing of potential contaminants associated with hundreds of industries, activities, and processes. The types of properties covered range from agricultural to heavy industrial. The products and processes covered range from the processing of yeast to the constituents of rocket fuel. The book also discusses products associated with the degradation of common chemical solvents in the environment.
Handbook of Environmental Contaminants: A Guide for Site Assessment is an important reference for environmental consultants, workers on Superfund sites, public health and safety professionals, attorneys, educators and students, and lenders.
Table of Contents
Preface. Biographical Sketch. Table of . Introduction. Overview of the Environmental Assessment Process. Guide to the Use of This Handbook. Potential Contaminants to Investigate at Every Site. Common Investigation Parameters. Facility, Product, and Process Specific Contaminants. Appendices. References. Index.