Environmental Engineering Dictionary is a comprehensive reference of more than 14, 000 technical and regulatory engineering terms that are used in pollution control technologies, monitoring, risk assessment, sampling and analysis, quality control, and environmental engineering and technology. Not only are many newly created terms included in this edition, but the original definitions have also been thoroughly revised to keep pace with the rapid changes in technology. Fuel cell technology terms, special definitions that focus on environmental management systems, and basic environmental calculations have also been added to this edition. Users of this dictionary will find exact and official Environmental Protection Agency definitions for environmental terms that are statute related, regulation related, science related, and engineering related, including terms from the following legal documents: Clean Air Act; Clean Water Act; CERCLA; EPCRA; Federal Facility Compliance Act; Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act; FIFRA; Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendment; OSHA; Pollution Prevention Act; RCRA; Safe Drinking Water Act; Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act; and TSCA. The terms included in this dictionary feature timesaving citations to the definitions' sources, including the Code of Federal Regulations, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Department of Energy. A list of the reference source documents is also included.(2) Illegally using leaded gasoline in a car designed to use only unleaded (EPA- 97/12). ... components, and includes all fuel system vents and fuel evaporative emission control system components (40CFR86.082.2-9l , see also ... Eacha#39;fuel train has a pressure gauge, a manual shutoff valve, and a solenoid shut-off valve.
|Title||:||Environmental Engineering Dictionary|
|Author||:||C. C. Lee|
|Publisher||:||Government Institutes - 2005-01-01|