Published September 28, 2006
by Academic Foundation .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||260|
It presents ten different, unprecedented approaches toward solid waste management with environmental sustainability and critical success factors for each one. It is one of the most comprehensive coverages in sustainable solid waste management, and essential reading for all professionals and policymakers in the field and a valuable resource for researchers and students.”5/5(1). Sustainable Solid Waste Management. Edited by Jonathan W. C. Wong; Rao Y. Surampalli; Tian C. Zhang; Rajeshwar D. Tyagi; and Ammaiyappan Selvam. ISBN (print): ISBN (PDF): Tools. Add to by: 1. About this book. This book presents the application of system analysis techniques with case studies to help readers learn how the techniques can be applied, how the problems are solved, and which sustainable management strategies can be reached. Author Bios. Ni-Bin Chang, PhD,is an elected fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the American Association for the . : Sustainable Solid Waste Management (): Jonathan W. C. Wong, Rao Y. Surampalli, Tian C. Zhang, Rajeshwar D. Tyagi, and Ammaiyappan Selvam: Books.
About this book. This volume focuses on the collection of waste and waste streams as an integral aspect of sustainable waste management. The authors take economic models and behavioral studies into account to go beyond just descriptions of waste collections technologies and collection route design. Models and tools for sustainable waste collection are described in detail, and the authors provide a . Part I of the book provides fundamentals and context on waste hierarchy, including waste prevention, reduction and reuse, waste collection itself, and steps such as preparation for recycling, recycling, treatment, and landfilling. Background in environmental, social, and economic concerns surrounding waste collection is also provided here. Sustainable Solid Waste Collection and Management. Ana Pires, Graça Martinho, Susana Rodrigues, Maria Isabel Gomes. Springer, - Science - pages. 0 . Sustainable solid waste management: a systems engineering approach Chang, Ni-Bin, Pires, Ana "Systems engineering techniques such as optimization tools, simulation model, integrated modeling systems, management information systems, decision support tools, material flow analysis, and life cycle assessment have been developed, yet have not been applied to the waste management .
Therefore, this chapter discusses short introduction about sustainability, sustainable manufacturing process, solid waste management, and two case studies that include experimental works for recycling plastic waste and nonferrous waste materials by using sustainable manufacturing process to reduce waste and eliminate its influence on the by: 1. This book analyzes the status quo concerning waste generation and management systems in Thailand and other developing countries with similar problems. It addresses municipal, electronic, industrial and hazardous wastes, as well as management instruments, and key factors shaping the progress of waste management as a whole. Book description. Sustainable Resource Recovery and Zero Waste Approaches covers waste reduction, biological, thermal and recycling methods of waste recovery, and their conversion into a . In addition to recycling, the EPA outlines five other categories connected to sustainable municipal solid waste management, along with specific variables of each category: Food waste management: Feed food scraps to animals, compost, or turn oils into biofuel. In-Store Take-Back Programs: Items include electronics, plastic bags, and refrigerators.