Classified Resourcization of Solid Waste and Process-Wide Control of Secondary Pollution

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In order to achieve effective recycling of solid waste and control the secondary pollution, the characteristics and potential of the solid waste were studied This chapter expounds on technologies for resourcization of solid waste and control of secondary pollution from a systemic and holistic perspective, covering the whole process from waste collection, transportation and mechanical sorting, bioaugmentation and resourcization, control of secondary pollution, and system integration and management optimization.


Secondary pollution Bioaugmentation Resourcization 


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  1. 1.Chinese Research Academy of Environmental SciencesBeijingChina

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