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Main Title Recommended Methods of Reduction, Neutralization, Recovery, or Disposal of Hazardous Waste. Volume X. Industrial and Municipal Disposal Candidate Waste Stream Constituent Profile Reports. Organic Compounds.
Author Ottinge, R. S. ; Blumentha, J. L. ; Dal Port, D. F. ; Grube, G. I. ; Sant, M. J. ;
CORP Author TRW Systems Group, Redondo Beach, Calif.
Year Published 1973
Report Number TRW-21485-6013-RU-00-Vol-10; EPA-68-03-0089; 670/2-73-053-j;
Stock Number PB-224 589
Additional Subjects ( Water disposal ; Organic compounds) ; ( Pollution ; Hazardous materials) ; ( Materials handling ; Organic compounds) ; ( Organic compounds ; Hazardous materials) ; Industrial waste treatment ; Solid waste disposal ; Liquid waste disposal ; Aldehydes ; Ketones ; Organic acids ; Esters ; Nitriles ; Nitrogen organic compounds ; Anilines ; Aliphatic hydrocarbons ; Carboxylic acids ; Alcohols ; Glycols ; Amines ; Aromatic hydrocarbons ; Petroleum industry ; Recycling ; Reclamation ; Management planning ; Profiles ; Toxicology ; Drug industry ; Chemical industry ; Benzyl chloride ; Phenols ; Thiols ; Cresols ; Hormones ; Carbon disulfide ; Benzenesulfonic acids ; National disposal sites
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
NTIS  PB-224 589 Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. 07/26/2022
Collation 316p
This volume contains summary information and evaluation of waste management methods in the form of Profile Reports for organic compounds. These Profile Reports were prepared for either a particular hazardous waste stream constituent or a group of related constituents. Each Profile Report contains a discussion of the waste stream constituents their toxicology and other associated hazards, the definition of adequate management for the waste material, an evaluation of the current waste management practices with regard to their adequacy, and recommendation as to the most appropriate processing methods available and whether the waste material should be considered as a candidate for National Disposal, Industrial Disposal, or Municipal Disposal.