Erscheinungsdatum: 21.11.2013, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Hospital Waste Management in Health Facilities of Dibrugarh - India, Titelzusatz: Hospital Waste, Collection, segregation, Transport, Disposal, Autor: Singh, Amit Kumar, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Musik // Biographien, Monographien, Seiten: 172, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 272 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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By the end of the Cold War, 45 years of weapons production and nuclear research had generated a sobering legacy: an astounding 1.7 trillion gallons of contaminated groundwater; 40 million cubic meters of tainted soil and debris; over 2,000 tons of intensely radioactive spent nuclear fuel; more than 160,000 cubic meters of radioactive and hazardous waste; and over 100 million gallons of liquid, high-level radioactive waste. After more than a decade of assessment, the Environmental Management Program estimated that it would need as much as $212 billion and 70 years to clean up the nuclear waste and contamination at 113 sites across the United States. By 2006, the Department of Energy had expended about $90 billion and greatly reduced risks from catastrophic accidents to both the public and its workers. Management of critical nuclear materials had become more efficient, secure, and accountable. Cleanup was complete at three relatively large and complex weapons productions sites, as well as many smaller ones. Yet many problems remain. Long-lived radioactive isotopes discharged into the soil will persist in slow migration, contaminating nearby groundwater. And while their potential for disastrous explosions has been virtually eliminated, storage tanks containing high-level waste will continue to deteriorate, posing further environmental risks. The long-term nuclear repositories will require unremitting management to protect future generations, and additional facilities need to be developed. America's Nuclear Wastelands presents an expert, yet straightforward overview of this complex topic, including nuclear weapons history and contamination issues. The author, a government consultant with a long career in Pacific Northwest nuclear waste issues, also explores the current institutional and political environment, demonstrating the critical role of public participation for past and future generations. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Todd Belcher. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/021362/bk_acx0_021362_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Solid Waste Management is severely deficient in rural Alaska. The majority of rural communities have unpermitted Class III landfills for waste disposal. These unpermitted landfills are commonly known as open dumps. Open dumps increase human health risks by exposure to solid and hazardous materials, including pathogens from human excreta disposed at dump sites due to lack of adequate solid waste, water and sewer facilities. Current federal and state policies lack adequate public health policies or public health actions to address this deficiency. This project analyzed five solid waste management policies that affect rural Alaska and provided three policy options and one public health action recommendation, including: 1. Transferring Authority for Un-permitted Class III Landfills 2. Developing a Statewide Solid Waste Policy 3. Establishing a Solid Waste Fund for Unmet Needs 4. Implementing a Public Health Approach
Dr. mohamed Sabry El Morsy an electromechanical specialist with more than 12 years experience in the design, installation, commissioning and testing of electromechanical equipment for water and waste treatment plants, boosting stations. Over 5 years experience with development projects funded by International Finance Institutions (IFI) such as the World Bank and the KFW in Egypt where he conducted several technical studies and supervised the implementation of mechanical equipment in several water and wastewater treatment plants. Involved in design of tender documentation and tendering of water and sanitation projects Earned an excellent experience with industrial codes and other international standards applied for mechanical equipment, such as the Egyptian codes, ASME, AWWA, and CEMA standards. An extensive experience in 3D modelling using various modelling software. Experience in Design & Operation of Water Treatment Plant, Plants and facilities layout design Experience in Operation Research and Project Management, Sound and vibration measurement & Analysis Participating as instructor and trainer in series of engineering training courses and technical assistance.
This book is intended to imply household electrical and electronic waste (E-waste) assessment. The study was accomplished to appraisal the current system of household E-waste management in Putrajaya, Malaysia, in order to determine an appropriate system. E-waste is classified as hazardous waste which requires an appropriate management system to reduce its impacts on human and environment. The agencies and government need to improve more facilities due to promote the awareness of people on household E-waste in Putrajaya.
Poor solid waste management is causing serious environmental and health problems in Bahir Dar town.The solid waste management service is characterized by its irregularity, unreliability and inefficiency. The purpose of this book is to examine the operational processes and associated institutional ,financial,and socio-cultural constraints. The result of the study disclose that inefficient organizational structure, shortage and frequent turn over of workers, inequitable distribution and inappropriate placement of facilities, lack of financial & legal instruments, poor handling of waste by the community are the major factors affecting the management. This book also provides recommendations on efficient and effective management of solid waste.
Since its economic boom in the 1990s Ireland has beenfacing ever growing waste arisings. Strict Europeanlegislation forced the country to find alternativesolutions to sole waste disposal on which the countryhad been relying on exclusively. The Irish Governmenthas aimed to decouple waste production from economicgrowth. The author doubts that the plannedintroduction of thermal treatment facilities would bean appropriate way to achieve the country s ambitioustargets in terms of waste management. Alternativelythe author introduces a zero waste approach as asolution to Ireland s waste problems. If a zero wasteapproach was applied emphasis would have to be put onreduction, minimization and recycling. Accordingly,the country of Ireland would pay its contribution toworld wide challenging environmental protection andsustainable resource management.
Life cycle assessment and cost analysis are considered to be of great importance to the organizations as international competition intensifies and continues to change in technology. The research underlines that rapid change in technology and shortened life cycles of products have made the life cycle assessment and cost analysis critical to each organization. Even though a considerable amount of study and benefits are achieved by various waste treatment processes, very few evidences could be gathered regarding the recycling and repairing of chairs, and its cost analysis.The study reviews facilities waste management in Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH), focusing on waste management of chairs.