Although interest in managing old and unwanted consumer products with characteristics of hazardous wasteahousehold cleaners, pesticides, paint products, and automotive productsaemerged in the late 1970s, the management of such materials has been a bouncing ball of responsibility for more than two decades. Written by the forefathers and practitioners of household hazardous waste management (HHW), this book provides solid waste management professionals, municipal officials, and environmental students with a comprehensive look at the state of HHW management.CESQGs typically include such commercial entities as automobile service stations, small auto body or collision repair shops, ... It is noteworthy that farm pesticide collections and HHW collections sprang up at the same time in history, and haveanbsp;...
|Title||:||Handbook on Household Hazardous Waste|
|Author||:||Amy D. Cabaniss|
|Publisher||:||Government Institutes - 2008|