Handling and Management of Hazardous Materials and Waste

  • Authors
  • Theodore H. AllegriSr.

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-vi
  2. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 1-3
  3. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 4-7
  4. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 8-11
  5. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 18-21
  6. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 22-37
  7. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 38-76
  8. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 77-97
  9. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 98-170
  10. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 171-177
  11. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 178-196
  12. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 197-236
  13. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 237-301
  14. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 302-307
  15. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 308-320
  16. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 327-343
  17. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 344-360
  18. Theodore H. Allegri Sr.
    Pages 361-382

About this book

Introduction

This book deals with the safe and legal handling of hazardous materials and waste from the manufacturer's plant through the storage, transportation and distribution channels to the user, and, ultimately, to the disposal of the product or waste materials. There is increasing pressure today from the public, academia, government at all levels, and industry to improve the handling and management of hazardous materials. A knowledge of the methods required to safely handle and manage those materials in all of their various aspects, together with an understanding of the many governmental regulations that apply to those materials in the various stages of the distribution chain, is absolutely essential to their proper handling and disposal. Efficient handling and the safe management of hazardous materials requires an expertise in the skills and techniques of the latest innovations, which in turn are often based upon the firm foundation of data and experience in those areas. Personal and public safety require that the information concerning hazardous materials be disseminated as widely as possible. This document should not be used to determine compliance with the u.s. DOT hazardous material regulations, or with any other regulations imposed by loca\, State, or Federal regulatory bodies. T.H. Allegri, Sr.

Keywords

Asbest compliance distribution foundation information innovation innovations management regulation safety science and technology transport transportation value-at-risk

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-1959-7
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag US 1986
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4612-9164-0
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4613-1959-7
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