Publisher description for Biotreatment of industrial and hazardous waste / Morris A. Levin, editor, Michael A. Gealt, editor.

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Counter Clean Sites More EAsily and CHeaply with Microbiology Here's the first total guide to evaluating, selecting, and applying state-of-the-art microbial techniques to biologically treat industrial and hazardous waste. Written by top authorities Morris Levin and Michael Gealt, with contributions from World-renowned scientists and engineers, Biotreatment of Industrial and Hazardous Waste takes you systematically from the research lab to the pilot plant, and on to the successful scale up and remediation of a contaminated site. After a handy review of biological waste treatment principles, you'll find tested guidelines to help you. . .evaluate the full range of treatment methods; select the best treatment techniques for specific waste products; determine the cost-effectiveness of various treatment methods; comply with government regulations at all levels; conduct initial and follow-up site evaluations--and much more.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Hazardous wastes Biodegradation, Factory and trade waste Biodegradation