Basic Environmental Technology

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This updated edition offers a basic and practical introduction to the technical aspects of water supply, waste management, and pollution control. Readers with limited experience in science will find the review sections helpful. This book also reflects the new technical and regulatory developments in the field.

Basic Environmental Technology

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Basic Environmental Technologywater Supply Waste Management And Pollution Control

Author: Jerry A. Nathanson M.S.,P.E.
Editor: Pearson Higher Ed
ISBN: 0133405206
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This is the eBook of the printed book and may not include any media, website access codes, or print supplements that may come packaged with the bound book. The clear, up-to-date, practical, visual, application-focused introduction to modern environmental technology. Now fully updated, Basic Environmental Technology, Sixth Edition emphasizes applications while presenting fundamental concepts in clear, simple language. It covers a broad range of environmental topics clearly and thoroughly, giving students a solid foundation for further study and workplace success. This edition adds new coverage of environmental sustainability, integrated water management, low impact development, green building design, advanced water purification, dual water systems, new pipeline materials, hydraulic fracturing, constructed wetlands, single stream municipal solid waste recycling, plasma gasification of waste, updated EPA standards, and more. Hundreds of clear diagrams and photographs illuminate key concepts; practice problems and review questions offer students ample opportunity to deepen their mastery. Math is applied at a basic level, and all computations are fully explained with example problems; both U.S. and metric units are used. Students with less academic experience will also appreciate this text's review of basic math, and its basic primers on biology, chemistry, geology, hydrology, and hydraulics. Teaching and Learning Experience This easy-to-read text will help technology students quickly understand the latest issues and techniques related to water supply, waste management, and pollution control. It provides: Thorough, up-to-date, application-focused coverage of the field's key issues, challenges, and techniques: Prepares students for success in roles involving hydraulics, hydrology, water quality, water pollution mitigation, drinking water purification, water distribution systems, sanitary sewers, stormwater management, wastewater treatment/disposal, municipal solid waste, hazardous waste management, and the control of air and noise pollution Simple and clear, with plenty of numerical examples and basic primers for less prepared students: Written and designed for maximum accessibility, with introductory math and science primers for every student who needs them, and step-by-step walkthrough examples for all significant computations Hundreds of diagrams and photos, and extensive pedagogical resources for faster, more intuitive learning: Teaches visually and through example wherever possible; contains clear chapter summaries, an expanded glossary, and comprehensive, updated Instructor's materials

Water And Basic Environmental Technology

Author: Sunit Gupta
Editor: Anmol Publications PVT. LTD.
ISBN: 9788174886651
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Water Is A Vital Natural Resource Which Is Essential For A Multiplicity Of Purpose. Its Many Uses Include Drinking And Other Domestic Purpose, Industrial Cooling, Power Generation, Agriculture, Transportation, And Waste Industrial Disposal. In The Chemical Process Industry Water Is Used As A Reaction Medium. A Solvent, A Scrubbing Medium, And A Heat Transfer Agent. As A Source Of Life For Man, Plant And Other Forms Of Life It Cannot Be Replaced. The Water Pollution In Our Environment Is One Of The Biggest Hazards That Humanity Faces Today. People Are Becoming Increasingly Aware Of The Threat Posed By Pollution And Governments Are Enacting Legislations Aimed At Protecting The Environment. The Material In Water And Basic Environmental Technology Is Designed To Present Nearly All Related Issues In The Water Sector. A Large Number Of Publications Has Been Brought Out Relating To Various Aspects Of This Natural Resource. This Book Deviates From The Conventional Presentation On This Topic As It Covers A Lot More. These Inputs Would Particularly Help The Policy Framer In Formulating Appropriate Strategy And Plan For The Better Conservation And Management Of This Vanishing Resource. Besides It Would Also Offer An Expanded Spectrum Of Related Issues, Which Will Be Especially Relevant To The Scientists, Academicians, Researchers And Professional Who Are Working In This Sector.

Textbook Of Environmental Engineering

Author: P. VENUGOPALA RAO
Editor: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
ISBN: 9788120319301
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Designed for a first-course in environmental engineering for undergraduate engineering and postgraduate science students, the book deals with environmental pollution and its control methodologies. It explains the basic environmental technology - environmental sanitation, water supply, waste management, air pollution control and other related issues - and presents a logical and systematic treatment of topics. The book, an outgrowth of author's long experience in teaching the postgraduate science and engineering students, is presented in a student-oriented approach. It is interspersed with solved examples and illustrations to reinforce many of the concepts discussed and apprise the readers of the current practices in areas of water processing, water distribution, collection and treatment of domestic sewage and industrial waste water, and control of air pollution. It emphasizes fundamental concepts and basic appli-cations of environmental technology for management of environmental problems. Besides students, the book will be useful to the academia of environmental sciences, civil/environmental engineering as well as to environmentalists and administrators working in the field of pollution control.

Environmental Technology And Engineering Techniques

Author: Moayad N. Khalaf
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"The crucial interdependence between humans and their environment is explored and illuminated in this revealing overview of the major environmental issues facing society in the twenty-first century. Environmental Technology and Engineering Techniques: Basic Concepts and Health Interventions presents a novel picture of some of the current advances in the research of theoretical and practical frameworks of environmental problems and solutions taken from the latest empirical findings. This new volume focuses on the aspects of new techniques that are particularly valuable for solving environmental problems. The complex environmental issues are presented in simple terms to help readers grasp the basics and solve relevant problems. Timely and comprehensive discussions of applications to real-world environmental concerns are a central focus of this research-oriented volume. This book is a valuable reference for researchers and practitioners in environmental science and engineering"--

Technology For A Sustainable Future

Author: United States. Office of Science and Technology. Environmental Technology Strategy Staff
Editor: Washington, DC : Environmental Technology Strategy Staff, Office of Science and Technology Policy
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Introduction To Environmental Technology

Author: Ann Boyce
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471287339
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Here is the first and only text that helps beginning students master the foundation topics in the dynamic field of environmental technology, from basic toxicology concepts and principles to comprehensive hazardous waste management strategies. Introduction to Environmental Technology organizes a wealth of current need-to-know information into a reader-friendly format that maximizes learning. Throughout, it features case studies that apply the text information to real-world environmental challenges, and highlights numerous career options through profiles of actual people working in various aspects of this broad field. This comprehensive, easy-to-understand text provides: An awareness of how the many facets of science, technology, and public policy are involved in environmental management protection. An understanding of the sources of pollution and the primary processes that control the fate of pollutants in air, water, and soil. Practical insights into the use of land, the benefits of wetlands, and the complex factors influencing land-use decisions. Comprehensive coverage of the main requirements of federal laws and regulations pertaining to hazardous waste, pollution prevention, and occupational health and safety. The basic principles needed to operate the latest pollution control and pollution monitoring equipment. Complete with a comprehensive glossary, Introduction to Environmental Technology provides you with the foundation concepts and vocabulary you need to succeed in this exciting, fast-changing field.

Global Competitiveness Of U S Environmental Technology Industries

Author: United States International Trade Commission
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Global Competitiveness Of U S Environmental Technology Industries Air Pollution Prevention And Control Inv 332 361

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ISBN: 1457825686
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Basic Environmental Engineering And Elementary Biology Wbut

Author: G.K. Dasmohapatra
Editor: Vikas Publishing House
ISBN: 8125950869
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The book ‘Basic Environmental Engineering and Elementary Biology’ has been written for the engineering students. It starts with basic concepts of ecology and concerns on environment. It then discusses how the spiraling rate of population growth and the requirements of human beings have led to large-scale deforestation, depletion of the ozone layer, creation of greenhouse effect, acid rain, smog and environmental pollution. The book equips students to manage environment-related issues by showing how technology can be used to control these problems. This well thought-out book on one of the most talked about issues today, can serve as a ground for future environmentalists. It can also be a highly useful reference work for those interested in working towards a better and cleaner environment. Fundamental aspects of environment principles have been explained in great detail, which can be used to manage environment and restore nature’s balance.

Air And Noise Pollution Abatement Services An Examination Of U S And Foreign Markets Inv 332 461

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National Environmental Technology Act Of 1993

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Basic Environmental Toxicology

Author: Lorris G. Cockerham
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780849388514
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Basic Environmental Toxicology provides a thorough, systematic introduction to environmental toxicology and addresses many of the effects of pollutants on humans, animals, and the environment. Readers are introduced to the fundamentals of toxicology and ecotoxicology, the effects of different types of toxicants, and how toxicants affect different compartments of the environment. Fundamental aspects of environmental health, occupational health, detection of pollutants, and risk assessment are discussed. The book is excellent for anyone involved in risk assessment or risk management, toxicologists, state and local public health officials, environmental engineers, industrial managers, consultants, and students taking environmental toxicology courses.

Environmental Technology And Sustainability

Author: Basanta Kumara Behera
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 012819104X
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Environmental Technology and Sustainability: Physical, Chemical and Biological Technologies for Clean Environmental Management provides a dependable source of information on the fundamental scientific evidence involved in environmental protection and sustainable development. The book provides the basic natural sciences that underpin the understanding, development and application of environment technologies that support a clean inhabitable world that includes environmental technologies and sustainable, renewable energy systems. It considers the science and technology for environmental benefits, including the development of both smarter, cleaner technologies for environmental protection, conservation, and more. Provides methods and processes for CO2 Sequestration Focuses on technologies for reducing greenhouse gases and for biofuel production Outlines issues surrounding contaminated water and provides solutions for water management Describes problems facing air pollution, including sources and mitigation Includes contaminated soil management

Kcci Business Journal

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Manual Of Environmental Research For Developing Countries

Author: H. F. Ludwig
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Surveying Fundamentals And Practices

Author: Jerry A. Nathanson
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For courses in introductory surveying offered in most civil technology, construction technology, and some architectural technology programs. Surveying Fundamentals and Practices, 7th Edition covers up-to-date surveying technology without losing perspective of the need to provide students with a strong foundation in traditional surveying fundamentals. An entire chapter provides a review of the mathematics essential for beginning technology students to understand plane surveying problem-solving methods and applications. Through clear explanations and applied examples, the text presents the methods of measuring and computing distances, angles, and directions. It provides students with a firm grasp of modern equipment and office and field procedures related to horizontal control surveys, property surveys, topographic surveys, roadway curve calculations, and construction layout surveys. The 7th Edition expands upon the surveying applications in today's world with a section on forensic surveying, updated information on national and industry standards for surveys, and a new section on spiral curve computations.

The Basic Environmental History

Author: Mauro Agnoletti
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319091808
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This book is an introductory instrument to the main themes of environmental history, illustrating its development over time, methodological implications, results achieved and those still under discussion. But the overriding aspiration is to show that the doubts, methods and knowledge elaborated by environmental history have a heuristic value that is far from negligible precisely in its attitude to the most consolidated major historiography. For this reason, this book gives an overview of environmental history as it is an essential component of the basic knowledge of global history. At the same time, it introduces specific aspects which are useful both for anyone wanting to deepen his/her studies of environmental historiography and for those interested in one of the many disciplinary areas – from rural history to urban history, from the history of technology to the history of public health, etc. with which environmental history develops a dialogue.

The International Handbook On Environmental Technology Management

Author: Dora Marinova
Editor: Edward Elgar Publishing
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This handbook offers a tool for environmental managers and environmental officers alike. It contains ideas, case studies and methodologies which stimulate continuous improvement thinking and help train staff to implement sustainability and environmental management concepts.