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RECORD NUMBER: 5 OF 9
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Land cultivation of industrial wastes and municipal solid wastes : state-of-the-art study /|
|Author||Phung, Tan ; Barker, Larry ; Ross, David ; Bauer, David|
|CORP Author||National Planning Association.|
|Publisher||Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory ; For sale by the National Technical Information Service,|
|Report Number||EPA/600/2-78/140B; EPA-68-03-2435|
|Stock Number||PB-287 081|
|Subjects||Factory and trade waste--United States. ; Reclamation of land--United States.|
|Additional Subjects||Solid waste disposal ; Industrial wastes ; Land use ; Cultivation ; Soil properties ; Site surveys ; Vegetation ; Biodeterioration ; Plant growth ; Sludge disposal ; Soil microbiology ; Trace elements ; Water pollution ; Sampling ; Hazardous wastes ; Earth handling equipment ; Arizona ; Pennsylvania ; Oklahoma ; Texas ; Indiana ; Michigan ; California ; Illinois ; Rhode Island ; Economic analysis ; Reviews ; Land disposal ; State of the art|
|Collation||2 volumes : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm.|
Sections 2 and 3 of this volume discuss results of field investigations at ten land cultivation sites. These ten sites represent a variety of waste and site characteristics, climate, and waste application techniques. Four sites are presented in Section 2, each cultivating an industrial waste. Both soil and vegetative samples were collected and analyzed at these sites. Analytical results are presented along with brief narrative site descriptions. Detailed reports on six case study sites are found in Section 3. Soil and vegetation samples were collected at three of these sites, with only interviews and observations performed at the other three. The report on the Michigan site is less detailed than that on the other five sites. Operating cost information was also collected from each site. Other nonstandard disposal or waste utilization techniques for hazardous wastes are discussed in Section 4. This section reviews waste types utilized or considered for nonstandard disposal, as well as the disposal techniques being employed. The location of most of the case study sites is given in only general terms, such as Rhode Island. Further, the companies involved as waste generators or disposers are not identified. Such anonymity protects proprietary information about processes and operations.
Contract no. 68-03-2435. Issued Aug. 1978. Includes bibliographical references. Microfiche.
v. 2. Field investigations case studies.