||Air pollution aspects of the iron foundry industry : February 1971 /
||Kearney (A. T.) and Co., Chicago, Ill.
|| A.T. Kearney & Co.,
||CPA 22-69-106; PB 204-712; APTd-0806; 0644
( Air pollution;
( Air pollution control equipment;
( Iron and steel industry;
Electric arc furnaces;
Air pollution control
||Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC
||Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy.
||1 v. (various pagings, some folded) : ill., forms, maps ; 28 cm.
||The report presents the text of a study which attempts to define the air pollution problems of the iron foundry industry and to set priorities for research and development activities that will lead to improved emission control capabilities at reduced cost. The following areas are covered extensively: foundry emissions produced and control capability thereof; the quantification and evaluation of emissions; technical and economic analysis of emission control technology; technical and economic analysis of potential modifications to foundry processes and equipment; projection of trends; and recommended research and development. (APCO abstract)
||Prepared for the Environmental Protection Agency, Air Pollution Control Office, Division of Air Quality and Emissions Data by A.T. Kearney & Company under Contract Number CPA 22-69-106. Includes bibliographical references.
||See also Volume 2, PB-198 349.
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||United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Air Pollution Control Office.; A.T. Kearney & Company.
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