1 edition of Environmental assessment of waste-to-energy process found in the catalog.
Environmental assessment of waste-to-energy process
1981 by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Cincinnati, Oh .
Written in English
|Statement||Paul G. Gorman ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Gorman, Paul G., Union Carbide Corporation., Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 p. ;|
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The author introduces best professional practices (BPP) for preparing such EIAs that is intended to meet decision-making and regulatory by: 7. The report presents a brief discussion on the constituents of solid waste, an environmental impact analysis to identify expected emissions from waste conversion processes, an overview of waste-to-energy conversion systems (including their degree of de- velopment, pollutants emitted, and control techniques used).
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Waste to energy (WtE) technology is one of the best techno-economically feasible technologies for treatment of MSW. This technology involves incinerating MSW in a controlled manner and the thermal energy thus produced is used to convert water into steam, which is then used to turn the turbines connected to generators that produce electrical : U.
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Environmental assessment of proposed waste to energy plant for municipal solid waste for waste to energy, environmental impact assessment, baseline environmental study, ambient air quality monitoring.
Environmental Impact II process from collection to the post-disposal stages. For an incineration plant. During the combustion of municipal solid waste (MSW), energy is produced which can be utilized to generate electricity. However, electricity production from incineration has to be evaluated from the point view of the environmental performance.
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The book fills a void and concentrates on environmental assessments, a critical but underemphasized part of the NEPA process. It is, furthermore, both useful and user-friendly." —Nicholas C.
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The definition of environmental impact assessment and various types of EIAs are given in the first chapter, namely, conceptual facts of EIA. In this chapter, the EIA principles and its process are discussed along with grouping of environmental impacts.
The environmental impact results from different waste treatment options are shown in Fig. 3 for the treatment of paper waste as an example.
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Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is a significant, anticipatory, environmental management tool. International debate focuses on its enhancement to meet the challenges of sustainable development as well as demands for scientifically robust integrated and participative : Hardcover.
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Introduction to Environmental Impact Assessment Reviews of earlier editions ‘This book should join a limited number of publications that provide the essential first stages on a rapid EIA learning curve Well written and referenced and should provide an invaluable introduction to EIA for a wide range of people including students.
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MUNICIPAL CLASS ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT (MCEA) Octoberas amended in& The following is an interim updated version of the previously issued version of the MCEA manual.
The Municipal Class Environmental Assessment (MCEA) process exists because it was originally approved by the Minister of the Environment in Once this process was completed, the location for the preferred waste-to-energy facility was identified from a shortlist of candidate alternative sites.
Each site was objectively assessed according to a number of criteria that emphasized on: the logistical and technical features of the sites, as well as the projected environmental and social. Our Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) handbook offers practical guidance and a ready source of information to anyone involved in the process.
Its aim is to help to make the EIA process more effective, in turn prompting better-informed decisions and ultimately improved environmental protection. This workshop provides an applied overview of the California Environmental Quality Act, with an emphasis on the process and technical requirements of an environmental impact assessment.
The course will begin with a brief background on environmental impact assessment in the U.S. and of CEQA's regulatory context, followed by an overview of.While a well thought out Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) can play a vital part in good decision making, its real value is often as part of an iterative design process.
This is especially true when it results in mitigation measures that can save money, keep the programme on track and help gain public approval.Institute for Environmental Assessment (SAIEA) describes environmental assessment as: a process to identify, evaluate and assess the potential effects on the environment of.
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