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Woodard & Curran announced that the second edition of the Industrial Waste Treatment Handbook has been released. Based on the first edition written by Frank Woodard, who co-founded Woodard & Curran in 1979, the second edition incorporates the firm’s collective experience in industrial waste treatment and knowledge of industries, making this second edition more comprehensive than ever.
Designed as a practical, on-the-job engineering manual for working professionals, the text includes a series of quick-reference charts and tables dealing with waste characterization, waste audits, and the environmental audit as well as priority water pollutants designated by the U.S. EPA, and a newly expanded chapter on laws and regulations with a focus on air pollution control.
Known as an essential reference for environmental managers, engineers, scientists, operators and regulators, the Industrial Waste Treatment Handbook is published by Butterworth-Heinemann, an imprint of Elsevier.