Advances in Hazardous Waste Management (Technical Insights)

 

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Hazardous waste is waste that poses prospective threats to public health or the environment that we in live in. They generally exhibit one or more of the following characteristics such as ignitability, corrosivity, reactivity and toxicity.It is essential on the handling, treatment and disposal of hazardous waste so that it does not cause detrimental effects to living things. This research service reviews hazardous waste management technologies based on the concepts of treatment, resource recovery and recycling. It provides information on organizations, companies, universities, research institutions, and government labs involved in research and development (R&D), with their contact details.

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Advances in Hazardous Waste Management (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryOverviewScope of the ResearchResearch MethodologyTechnology SnapshotSources of Hazardous WasteWaste Management ConceptsWaste Management TechniquesApplication ViewpointAdvances in Hazardous Waste Management (Technical Insights), Developments and Applications in Hazardous Waste ManagementScenario in the Corporate WorldMolecular Gasification Reduction--PhilippinesPlasma Waste Converter--USAOil Conversion into Diesel--AustraliaWaste Management of Explosives--USAFluidized Bed Solutions--ThailandRotary Kiln Technology--USAService Providers for Hazardous Waste--BelgiumPlasma Technology--MalaysiaHeavy Metals Management--USAOrganic Waste Processing--UKMobile Treatment Unit--USATreatment of Mercury Pollutants--SwedenWaste for Construction--AustraliaScenario in Research InstitutionsStandards of Clinical Waste Management --UKPractices and Policies of Veterinary Waste Disposal--South AfricaHazardous Waste Management--IndiaSolid Waste Generation from Oil and Gas--United Arab EmiratesDescription of Solid Waste by Particle Mass--South AfricaTCLP Alternative--GreeceAdvances in Hazardous Waste Management (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption and CommercializationTechnology AdoptionTechnology DriversTechnology ChallengesCompeting TechnologiesTechnology DriversTechnology ChallengesAdvances in Hazardous Waste Management (Technical Insights), Key Patents & ContactsPatentsPatents Related to Industrial ApplicationsPatents Related to Agricultural ApplicationsPatents Related to Medical ApplicationsPatents Related to Domestic ApplicationsContactsCompaniesResearch InstitutionsAdvances in Hazardous Waste Management (Technical Insights), Insight AnalysisUS Patents Granted AnalysisIndustrial ApplicationsAgricultural ApplicationsMedical ApplicationsUS Patents Filed AnalysisIndustrial ApplicationsAgricultural ApplicationsMedical ApplicationsTechnology AnalysisTechnology RoadmapCost Impact AnalysisEnvironmental Impact AnalysisAnalyst InsightsStrategies for the FutureApplication Impact AnalysisIndustrial WastesAgricultural WastesMedical WastesGeographical Influence AnalysisNorth AmericaEurope Asia PacificAdvances in Hazardous Waste Management (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDatabase TablesEnvironment Protection Expenditure (1999-2006)Global Groundwater Supply (1999-2006)Population Access to Wastewater Treatment Plants (1999-2006)Total Population with Access to Safewater (1999-2006)Total Population with Access to Sanitation (1999-2006)




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