- Abstract: "This book examines the management of different types of wastes and provides relevant theoretical frameworks about new waste management technologies for the control of air, water, and soil pollution"-- [Provided by publisher]
Table of Contents:
- Volume I. Section 1. Fundamental concepts and theories. Chapter 1. Introduction to solid waste and its management ; Chapter 2. The role of waste management in the green economy: an empirical analysis of economic data of the business ; Chapter 3. Effective waste water treatment and its management ; Chapter 4. The fundamentals of water and natural waters ; Chapter 5. Chemical and biological processes for nutrients removal and recovery ; Chapter 6. Introduction of environmental materials ; Chapter 7. Introduction to leachate treatment ; Chapter 8. A review of emerging contaminants in water: classification, sources, and potential risks
- Section 2. Development and design methodologies. Chapter 9. Integrated leachate treatment technology ; Chapter 10. Structure development for effective medical waste and hazardous waste management system ; Chapter 11. Design and operation of semi-aerobic landfill ; Chapter 12. Items of consideration in the design of a Malaysian landfill ; Chapter 13. An approach to sustainable watershed management: case studies on enhancing sustainability with challenges of water in western Maharashtra ; Chapter 14. Characteristics of chitosan nanoparticles for water and wastewater treatment: Chitosan for water treatment ; Chapter 15. Life cycle costing on waste management ; Chapter 16. A decision support system for sustainable waste collection ; Chapter 17. SCOR model and the green supply chain ; Chapter 18. Participation framework to sustainability: the undercurrents in bottled-water production and consumption ; Chapter 19. Water quality impacts of abattoir activities in southern Africa ; Chapter 20. Green manufacturing: the need of the hour for Developing nations a case study ; Chapter 21. Applications of nanomaterials for water treatment: a future avenue ; Chapter 22. Determination of rate of medical waste generation using RVM, MARS and MPMR ; Chapter 23. Decision insights for shipbreaking using environmental impact assessment: review and perspectives ; Chapter 24. Advanced nanomaterials for the removal of chemical substances and microbes from contaminated and waste water ; Chapter 25. Constructed wetlands: description and benefits of an eco-tech water treatment system ; Chapter 26. Systems based on physical-chemical processes: nutrient recovery for cycle closure
- Volume II. Chapter 27. Constructed wetlands for industrial wastewater treatment and removal of nutrients
- Section 3. Tools and technologies. Chapter 28. Economic instruments for sustainable environmental management ; Chapter 29. Water quality prediction using statistical tool and machine learning algorithm ; Chapter 30. The contribution of ICTs to sustainable urbanization and health in urban areas in Cameroon ; Chapter 31. Advanced nanomaterials for water engineering and treatment: nano-metal oxides and their nanocomposites ; Chapter 32. Geopolymer sourced with fly ash and industrial aluminum waste for sustainable materials ; Chapter 33. Removal of emerging contaminants from water and wastewater using nanofiltration technology ; Chapter 34. Physical treatment technologies for landfill leachate: performance and limitation ; Chapter 35. Heavy metal(loid) remediation using bio-waste: a potential low-cost green technology for cleaning environment ; Chapter 36. Biological treatment technology for landfill leachate ; Chapter 37. Scientific insights into modified and non-modified biomaterials for sorption of heavy metals from water
- Section 4. Utilization and application. Chapter 38. Waste disposal: sustainable waste treatments and facility siting concerns ; Chapter 39. Assessment of available technologies for hospital waste management: a need for society ; Chapter 40. Mystery of recycling: glass and aluminum examples ; Chapter 41. Sustainable environmental service - knowledge management: a case of Bangkok MSW management ; Chapter 42. Leachate generation, transport, and control ; Chapter 43. Bioremediation of agricultural, municipal, and industrial wastes ; Chapter 44. Polymer consumption, environmental concerns, possible disposal options, and recycling for water treatment ; Chapter 45. Utilization of SVM, LSSVM and GP for predicting the medical waste generation ; Chapter 46. Heavy metal pollution and its management: bioremediation of heavy metal ; Chapter 47. Leachate treatment: case studies in selected European and Asian countries ; Chapter 48. On-site sanitation systems for low-income countries: technical guidelines for groundwater pollution and nuisance control ; Chapter 49. Mining spatial patterns of distribution of uranium in surface and ground waters in Ukraine
- Volume III. Chapter 50. Supercritical fluids as a tool for green energy and chemicals ; Chapter 51. Life cycle costing for sustainability ; Chapter 52. Advancement in bioremediation of pharmaceutical and personal care products ; Chapter 53. Treatment of landfill leachate by anammox process ; Chapter 54. Application of potential biological agents in green bioremediation technology: case studies ; Chapter 55. Effective management of agro-industrial residues as composting in mushroom industry and utilization of spent mushroom substrate for bioremediation ; Chapter 56. Bioremediation of pharmaceutical wastes
- Section 5. Organizational and social implications. Chapter 57. Legislation for solid waste management ; Chapter 58. Giving waste a second chance: public awareness and youth empowerment ; Chapter 59. Leachate pollution and impact to environment ; Chapter 60. Socio-economic and environmental impacts of poor paper management at higher education institutions in Ethiopia: evidence from Hawassa University ; Chapter 61. Long-term performance evaluation of groundwater chlorinated solvents remediation using nanoscale emulsified zerovalent iron at a superfund site ; Chapter 62. Government's role in setting optimal policies for green supply chain ; Chapter 63. Green IT adoption practices in education sector: a Developing country perspective ; Chapter 64. Selecting demolition waste materials disposal alternatives using fuzzy TOPSIS technique ; Chapter 65. Toward achieving environmental sustainability in the computer industry ; Chapter 66. Remanufacturing, an added value product recovery strategy ; Chapter 67. Applicability of ANN in adsorptive removal of cd(II) from aqueous solution ; Chapter 68. Occurrence and treatment of micropollutants in landfill leachate ; Chapter 69. Green information technology usage: awareness and practices of Philippine IT professionals ; Chapter 70. Revisiting the conflicts between 'environmental taxes vs standard' in the context of international trade: the role of waste recycling ; Chapter 71. Access to safe drinking water: a low income sustainable water purification system ; Chapter 72. Increase of transportation efficiencies and emission reduction within a city ; Chapter 73. Human overpopulation and water pollution: reduction of microbial pollution by vertical flow constructed wetland
- Section 6. Critical issues and challenges. Chapter 74. Nanotechnology for filtration-based point-of-use water treatment: a review of current understanding
- Section 7. Emerging trends. Chapter 75. Novel bioremediation methods in waste management: novel bioremediation methods ; Chapter 76. Modeling of polypropylene modified bitumen mix design results using regression analysis ; Chapter 77. Reverse logistics in the electronics waste industry.
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- Item content: English
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on online resource; title from title screen (IGI Global, viewed 11/19/2019).
- 1 online resource (3 volume (1680 pages)
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- TD791 .W22584 2019eb
- 9781799812104 (hardcover) [Invalid]
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- Digital Object Identifier: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1210-4
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