River Dnister Pollution with Toxic Waste as a Result of Accident at Potassium Fertilizers Factory
River Dnister has a length of 1,352 km. Its spring is situated in Carpathian Mountains at the height of more than 900 m. Dnister runs across the territory of Ukraine and Moldova Republic...

Simulating DBP Precursor Transport in Sacramento Delta
Fate and movement of disinfection by-product organic precursors in California's Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta was simulated for a 365-thy period with a hydrodynamics and transport...

Fostering Reclamation through Cooperation
The WaterReuse Association of California is a statewide nonprofit organization dedicated to removing the barriers to water recycling in a State where water supply is a critical issue....

Use of Fuzzy Logic and Similarity Measures in the Risk Management of Hazardous Waste Sites

Sensitivity Study of Waste Rollover Using Probabilistic Finite Element Analysis

A Geostatistically-Based Method to Assess Potential Hazardous Waste Sites Using Hard and Soft Data

Probabilistic Simulation of Geologic Waste Disposal Facilities Using the Repository Integration Program (RIP)

Use of Recycled Aggregates for Pavement

Glascrete? - Disposing of Non-Recyclable Glass

Potential of Waste Glass for Concrete Masonry Blocks

Development of a Solidification Method for Pulverized Concrete Waste by Hydrothermal Hot-Pressing and Fiber Reinforcement

Low Temperature Solidification of CaCO3 Using Hydrothermal Hot-Pressing

Investigation of the Use of Carpet Waste PP Fibers in Concrete

Utilization of Recycled Fibers in Concrete

Flexure for Polymer Concrete Using PET Waste

Alkali-Silica Reaction in Concrete with Waste Glass as Aggregate

Design Considerations for the Use of Plastic Lumber in Structural Applications

Effects of an Extended Set-Control Admixture on the Properties of Fresh and Hardened Concrete

Materials for the New Millennium
This proceedings, Materials for the New Millennium, consists of papers presented at the Fourth Materials Engineering Conference held in Washington,...

Use of NaOH to Control pH for Solubilization of Waste Activated Sludge
Waste activated sludge was collected from the final clarifier of a local municipal wastewater treatment plant. NaOH was used in comparison made of the controlled pH batch experiments with...





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