Pesticide Waste Disposal Technology

By

  • James S. Bridges
  • Clyde R. Haber

This book attempts to define practical solutions to pesticide users' disposal problems. A major agreement must be reached on what can be done, legally and technically, to deal with the difficulties of proper pesticide-related waste disposal, and who should share in the cost of a clean environment.
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Audience

Environmental engineers, pesticide manufacturers, local, state and federal policy makers.

 

Book information

  • Published: December 1988
  • Imprint: WILLIAM ANDREW
  • ISBN: 978-0-8155-1157-1


Table of Contents

Applicator Disposal NeedsPesticide Degradation PropertiesEmpty Pesticide Container ManagementPesticide Rinsewater RecyclingGranular Carbon AbsorptionSmall Scale IncinerationChemical DegradationGenetically Engineered ProductsIndustry's Role in Users' Waste DisposalDealing with Emergencies