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Main Title Recommended Methods of Reduction, Neutralization, Recovery, or Disposal of Hazardous Waste. Volume XIV. Summary of Waste Origins, Forms, and Quantities.
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-14; EPA-68-03-0089; 670-2-73-053-n;
Stock Number PB-224 593
Additional Subjects ( Wastes ; Hazardous materials) ; ( Pollution ; Hazardous materials) ; ( Industrial wastes ; Hazardous materials) ; Classifications ; Paints ; Pigments ; Electroplating ; Storage batteries ; Lead ; Cadmium ; Chromates ; Cyanides ; Selenium ; Mercury ; Metal finishing ; Copper ; Chromium ; Radioactive wastes ; Pesticides ; Herbicides ; Fungicides ; Plant location ; Geography ; Chlorine organic compounds ; Mercury inorganic compounds ; Flue dust ; Metal industry ; Arsenic inorganic compounds ; Phosphoric acid ; Lead inorganic compounds ; Lead organic compounds ; Petroleum industry ; Printing inks ; Textile industry ; Xerography ; Boron ; Boron hydrides ; Tanning materials ; Iron and steel industry ; Hydrofluoric acid ; Fluoroboric acid ; Acroleins ; Aromatic polycyclic hydrocarbons ; Phenols ; Biphenyl ; Explosives ; Propellants ; Military chemical agents ; Water pollution ; Air pollution ; Inventories ; Cacodylic acid ; National Disposal Sites ; Mine wastes ; Chloropicrin
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NTIS  PB-224 593 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 160p
Abstract
This volume provides information on the origins, forms, and quantities of 13 groups of hazardous waste stream constituents, including pesticides, mercury and mercury compounds, arsenic and arsenic compounds, cadmium and cadmium compounds, lead compounds, soluble copper compounds, selenium and selenium compounds, boron hydrides, chromium compounds, inorganic cyanides, hydrofluoric and fluoboric acids, specific organic chemicals, explosive propellant and chemical warfare materiel and radioactive material. Separate reports on paint wastes and wastes from battery manufacture and the electroplating industry are also presented.