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esm222_20b - ESM 222 Management Options End-of-pipe...

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1 © Arturo A. Kel er ESM 222 What to do about Pollution? 2 © Arturo A. Kel er Management Options ± End-of-pipe controls ± Disposal ± Remediation ± Waste minimization ± Recycle ± Reengineer production process ± Design for the Environment 3 © Arturo A. Kel er Management Options 4 © Arturo A. Kel er End-of-Pipe ± Scrubbers ± Filters ± Combustion ± Adsorption ± Waste-water treatment ± physical ± chemical ± biological 5 © Arturo A. Kel er Disposal ± Landfill ± Incineration ± Hazardous Waste Disposal ± Disposal lagoon (!) 6 © Arturo A. Kel er Disposal
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7 © Arturo A. Kel er Remediation ± There are many alternatives: ± Natural Attenuation ± Containment ± In-situ treatment ± Removal and on-site treatment ± Removal and off-site treatment 8 © Arturo A. Kel er Containment ± Physical Barriers (Slurry Walls) ± Dig a trench ± Fill in with clay and soil slurry ± Physical Barriers (Steel Sheet Walls) ± Hydraulic Barriers ± pump hard to contain plume. .. 9
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This note was uploaded on 08/06/2008 for the course ESM 222 taught by Professor Keller during the Spring '08 term at UCSB.

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