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RECORD NUMBER: 692 OF 1956

OLS Field Name OLS Field Data
Main Title Handbook on household hazardous waste /
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Author Title of a Work
Cabaniss, Amy D.,
Publisher Government Institute/Scarecrow Press,
Year Published 2008
OCLC Number 174134210
ISBN 9780865871632; 0865871639
Subjects Hazardous wastes. ; Consumer goods--Environmental aspects. ; Refuse and Refuse disposal. ; Waste products--Environmental aspects. ; Pollution. ; Household Products. ; Waste Management. ; Pollution--Environmental aspects.
Holdings
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Status
EJAM  TD1030.H36 2008 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 01/05/2009
Collation ix, 269 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 231-262) and index.
Contents Notes
What is household hazardous waste? / Dave Galvin and Philip Dickey -- The history and current status of household hazardous waste management / Dave Galvin -- The mechanics of HHW collection and management / Sue Bruning and Mike O'Donnell -- HHW collection facilities / David Nightingale and Bill Lewry -- Creative collection and management options / Sue Bruning -- Community-based social marketing and behavior change / P. Wesley Schultz and Jennifer J Tabanico -- Product stewardship: shared responsibility for managing HHW / Scott Cassel -- Summary and a look ahead / Jim Hanna -- Appendix A: HHW disposal: An industry perspective / Bill Lafield -- Appendix B: Green chemistry in California / Michael P. Wilson -- Appendix C: Household hazardous waste resources / Anne Reichman. Although interest in managing old and unwanted consumer products with characteristics of hazardous waste--household cleaners, pesticides, paint products, and automotive products--emerged in the late 1970s, the management of such materials has been a bouncing ball of responsibility for more than two decades. Written by the forefathers and practitioners of household hazardous waste management (HHW), this book provides solid waste management professionals, municipal officials, and environmental students with a comprehensive look at the state of HHW management.