Record Display for the EPA National Library CatalogRECORD NUMBER: 11 OF 16
|Main Title||Recommended Methods of Reduction, Neutralization, Recovery, or Disposal of Hazardous Waste. Volume VI. National Disposal Site Candidate Waste Stream Constituent Profile Reports. Mercury, Arsenic, Chromium, and Ca dmium 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.|
|Report Number||TRW-21485-6013-RU-00-Vol-6; EPA-68-03-0089; 670/s-73-053-f;|
|Stock Number||PB-224 585|
|Additional Subjects||( Waste disposal ; Hazardous materials) ; ( Pollution ; Hazardous materials) ; ( Mercury inorganic compounds ; Hazardous materials) ; ( Materials handling ; Hazardous materials) ; ( Arsenic inorganic compounds ; Hazardous materials) ; ( Chromium inorganic compounds ; Hazardous materials) ; ( Cadmium inorganic compounds ; Hazardous materials) ; Solid waste disposal ; Liquid waste disposal ; Profiles ; Industrial waste treatment ; Management planning ; Arsenic organic acids ; Pesticides ; Cacodylic acid ; Toxicology ; Reclamation ; Metal finishing ; Metal industry ; Pigments ; Chromates ; Tanning materials ; Activated sludge process ; Precipitation(Chemistry) ; Ion exchanging ; Sewage ; Costs ; Activated carbon ; Sanitary landfills ; Photographic processing chemicals ; Regulations ; Local government ; State government ; National government ; National disposal sites ; Reverse osmosis|
This volume contains summary information and evaluation of waste management methods in the form of Profile Reports for mercury, arsenic, chromium, and cadmium 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 general characteristics 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.