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Treatability of wastewaters from high CaO and CaSO4 content FBC wastes
Dearborn Environmental Consulting Services.
|Statement||by Dearborn Environmental Consulting Services for the Industrial Programs Branch, Environment Canada.|
|Series||Environmental protection series reports|
|Contributions||Canada. Environmental Protection Programs Directorate. Industrial Programs Branch.|
|LC Classifications||TD745 .D35 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
|LC Control Number||86207073|
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Contaminated soils are another treatability group with specifically tailored LDR treatment standards (63 FR; ( )). Soil is defined in §(k). Are residues from treatment of listed wastes that result in new treatability groups considered a new point of generation. The question is of only academic interest.
Because of the derived-from rule, the waste will be hazardous in any case and will normally carry the waste code of the listed waste. Information is presented on the importance and responsibilities of an industrial treatment plant operator, why industrial and municipal wastewaters must be treated, regulations governing industrial wastes, sources of wastes, methods for preventing and minimizing wastes at.
The results from treatability studies help determine how wastewaters might be properly managed, ensuring effective treatments are considered and/or implemented.
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