Hazardous Waste Control in Research and Education considers every aspect of hazardous waste control in universities, hospitals, and industries. It contains a broad array of organization and practices for off-site and on-site handling, and it introduces students, researchers, and managers to the concepts necessary for providing environmental security. The book describes a number of examples and information that is especially useful for constructing new treatment systems in the developing countries.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Chemical Hazards, Biohazards and Hazardous Wastes (Y. Tamaura, S. Shinoda, J. Nakanishi, and T. Korenaga). Inventory Control and Waste Minimization (S. Kaseno, Y. Suzuki, and H. Ojima). Off-Site Handling and Disposal Technology (M.-A. Armour, P.C. Ashbrook, and P.A. Reinhardt). On-Site Treatment System of Laboratory Waste from Research and Educational Activities (T. Korenaga, H. Tsukube, and K. Isomura). Monitoring and Analysis of Effluents and Wastes (E. Yamada, E. Munaf, H. Haraguchi, T. Takeuchi, T. Korenaga, and X. Zhou). Practical Technology for Control of Hazardous Wastes (H. Takatsuki, S. Sakai, M. Kitamura, T. Chohji, and H. Tatsumoto). New Trends in Hazardous Waste Technology (H.A. Shapiro, S. Akita, T. Korenaga, M. Izawa, T. Okuda, I. Sugano, and K. Kurahasi). Index.