||Pharmaceutical industry : hazardous waste generation, treatment, and disposal.
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. Office of Solid Waste Management Programs.
|| U. S. Environmental Protection Agency,
||SW-508; EPA 530/SW-508; Solid waste management series SW-508; EPA/SW-508
Drug Industry--United States. ;
Environmental Pollutants--United States. ;
Refuse Disposal--United States. ;
Technology, Pharmaceutical--United States. ;
Pharmaceutical industry--United States. ;
Factory and trade waste--United States. ;
Drug trade--Waste disposal--United States ;
Factory and trade waste--United States ;
Hazardous substances--Waste disposal ;
Drug industrial ;
Chemical industry ;
Industrial wastes ;
Solid waste disposal ;
Water pollution control ;
Industrial waste treatment ;
Hazardous materials ;
Cost analysis ;
Sanitary landfills ;
Organic compounds ;
Medicinal plants ;
Process charting ;
Materials recovery ;
Cost estimates ;
Medical supplies ;
Management planning ;
Liquid waste disposal ;
Heavy metals ;
Hazardous materials disposal
||OCSPP Chemical Library/Washington,DC
||Region 4 Library/Atlanta,GA
||Region 9 Library/San Francisco,CA
||Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||ix, 178 p.
The studies were conducted for information purposes only and not in response to a Congressional regulatory mandate. As such, the studies serve to provide EPA with: (1) an initial data base concerning current and projected types and quantities of industrial wastes and applicable disposal methods and costs; (2) a data base for technical assistance activities; and (3) a background for guidelines development work pursuant to Sec. 209, Solid Waste Disposal Act, as amended. The study had four basic objectives: To determine the nature and quantities of hazardous wastes originating from the pharmaceutical industry (1973) and to project these wastes to 1977 and 1983; To determine the current treatment and disposal practices within the industry; To examine improved control technologies which could be applied to reduce hazards presented by the wastes; and, To calculate the cost of implementing control technology in a typical hypothetical or existing plant.
Final report (SW-508) describing work performed for the Federal Solid waste management program under Contract no. 68-01-2684. Includes bibliographical references.