Diffuser Design for Water Quality-Based Toxics Control
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regulations require that the discharge of toxic pollutants to the waters of the United States be controlled. These regulatory requirements have made...

Effects & Risk Analysis for Time Variable Exposures
The effects of toxicants on organisms in natural settings are a function of both the variations in exposure concentrations and duration of exposure. This paper present analysis procedures...

Bio Bonanza?
Bioremediation was used on a portion of the Exxon oil spill, causing the popular press to take notice of the ability of bugs to eat away at oil and, possibly, toxic wastes. The Alaskan...

Remediating A Fire Site
Machin and Ehresmann describe remediation of a 15 acre fire site at Fort Huachuca, Ariz. An investigation after the fire showed that all of the debris contained asbestos. Sampling confirmed...

Keeping Tabs on Toxic Spills
EPA estimates on the number of hazardous material accidents in the past five years range widely from 7,000 accidents to 20,000, primarily because information on these accidents is so poorly...

The Study of Lead in the Water Supply System of Washington, D.C.

Anaerobic and Aerobic Treatment of Chlorinated Toxic Organics

Anaerobic Degradation of Phenolic Mixtures

Fungal Biodegradation of Lignin-Like Pollutants

VOC Removal in Absorption Odor Control Systems

Interpreting Bioavailable Toxic Metal Concentrations Utilizing Laboratory Procedures and a Metal Speciation Model

Characterization of Biofilm Interactions with Toxic Trace Metals: Consequences for Metal Removal and the Biophase

Process Assessment for Treatment of an EP-Toxic Sludge

Health Risk Assessment of Incinerator Stack Emissions: Trace Metals

Estimation of the Potential Emission of Toxic Air Pollutants from Sewage Treatment Plants

Properties of Sludge Incinerator Ash-Mixture

Toxicity of Bottom Sediments in Detention Ponds

Microbial Oxidation of Aromatic Hydrocarbon Compounds in Soil-Water Systems

Detoxification of Hazardous Substances Via In-vessel Composting

Stream Standards for Toxics and Irrigated Agriculture Using New Mexico as a Case Study
New Mexico follows a policy of 'antidegradation' with respect to the existing quality of a stream, but its standards specifically exclude return flows from irrigated...





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