Environmental engineering is a unique discipline of engineering
that deals with the specific issues of emissions, waste disposal,
water & soils
engineering. Engineers in practice are increasingly held liable for
increasing constraints placed upon them by environmental laws and
standards. What industrial, chemical, plant, and process engineers
know is how do they meet the requirements of enforcement agencies
(such as the EPA) standards and justify the expense to operations
and finance departments.
This guidebook shows practicing engineers in the industry how to
implement systems that will achieve manufacturing, business
environmental compliance at the same time. Here is a guide to the
actual technology at the disposal of plant designers, specifiers,
engineers, and managers that will give them the answers to the
questions that other
sources simply do not address.
The text of this book has been kept extremely user-friendly despite
the extent of its contents. An engineer who has to interface with
non-engineering personnel, including members of the public will
book will do the talking for him. This is particularly valuable in
a rapidly emerging field that is misunderstood. Professors of
faculties will find the book useful for capstone courses and for
Broad enough to be suitable for anyone with interest in the
Covers environmental engineering and economics in one book
Takes an optimistic perspective on the future situation of the
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