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Industrial Environmental Chemistry

Waste Minimization in Industrial Processes and Remediation of Hazardous Waste

  • Donald T. Sawyer
  • Arthur E. Martell

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Introduction: Strategies for the Protection of the Environment

    1. Donald T. Sawyer, Arthur E. Martell
      Pages 1-2
  3. Waste Minimization

    1. Kenneth E. Nelson
      Pages 3-17
    2. J. R. Hopper, C. L. Yaws, T. C. Ho, M. Vichailak, A. Muninnimit
      Pages 25-43
    3. Clifford W. Walton, Kevin S. Briggs, Kevin J. Loos
      Pages 71-87
    4. James R. Fair
      Pages 121-133
    5. Chang H. Yun, Asim K. Guha, Ravi Prasad, Kamalesh K. Sirkar
      Pages 135-146
    6. Lowell R. Smith, Jane L. Barclay
      Pages 147-152
  4. Remediation of Hazardous Wastes

  5. Back Matter
    Pages 301-312

About this book

Introduction

This monograph consists of manuscripts submitted by invited speakers who participated in the symposium "Industrial Environmental Chemistry: Waste Minimization in Industrial Processes and Remediation of Hazardous Waste," held March 24-26, 1992, at Texas A&M University. This meeting was the tenth annual international symposium sponsored by the Texas A&M Industry-University Cooperative Chemistry Program (IUCCP). The program was developed by an academic-industrial steering committee consisting of the co-chairmen, Professors Donald T. Sawyer and Arthur E. Martell of the Texas A&M University Chemistry Department, and members appointed by the sponsoring companies: Bernie A. Allen, Jr., Dow Chemical USA; Kirk W. Brown, Texas A&M University; Abraham Clearfield, Texas A&M University; Greg Leyes, Monsanto Company; Jay Warner, Hoechst-Celanese Corporation; Paul M. Zakriski, BF Goodrich Company; and Emile A. Schweikert, Texas A&M University (IUCCP Coordinator). The subject of this conference reflects the interest that has developed in academic institutions and industry for technological solutions to environmental contamination by industrial wastes. Progress is most likely with strategies that minimize waste production from industrial processes. Clearly the key to the protection and preservation of the environment will be through R&D that optimizes chemical processes to minimize or eliminate waste streams. Eleven of the papers are directed to waste minimization. An additional ten papers discuss chemical and biological remediation strategies for hazardous wastes that contaminate soils, sludges, and water.

Keywords

chemistry environment environmental chemistry environmental contamination hazardous waste hydrocarbons

Editors and affiliations

  • Donald T. Sawyer
    • 1
  • Arthur E. Martell
    • 1
  1. 1.Texas A&M UniversityCollege StationUSA

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