Non-Waste Technology and Production

Non-Waste Technology and Production

Proceedings of an International Seminar Organized by the Senior Advisers to ECE Governments on Environmental Problems on the Principles and Creation of Non-Waste Technology and Production, Paris, 29 November - 4 December 1976

1st Edition - January 1, 1978

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Non-Waste Technology and Production covers the proceedings of an international seminar organized by the Senior Advisers to ECE Governments on Environmental Problems on the Principles and Creation of Non-Waste Technology and Production, held in Paris on November 29 – December 4, 1976. The book focuses on the dynamics, applications, processes, and methodologies involved in non-waste technology, including recycling and measures adopted by countries on non-waste development. The selection first offers information on the concepts and principles of non-waste technology, as well as the social aspects of the problems of non-waste technology; and systems analysis as a basis for the creation of non-waste technology. The text also provides an introduction to recycling in CTS as a means of reducing waste and methods of processing waste into secondary material resources. The book then takes a look at concepts and principles of non-waste technology and the adoption of eco-activity as an approach to non-waste technology. The text surveys the application of non-waste development in different countries, such as Austria, Belgium, Federal Republic of Germany, Poland, the United States, Yugoslavia, and Sweden. The manuscript also underscores the applications of non-waste technology in the industrial settings and the methods of conserving raw material and energy and protecting the environment in chemical and electro-chemical plating plants. The book is a vital reference for readers and environmentalists interested in non-waste technology.

Table of Contents


  • Introduction

    Conclusions and Recommendations

    List of Contributors

    Part I: Concepts and Principles of Non-waste Technology

    Introductory Report

    Chapter 1. Main Results of the Symposium of the CMEA Countries on the Theoretical, Technical and Economic Aspects of Low- Waste and Non- Waste Technology

    Chapter 2. A Broader Definition of Nan- Waste Technology

    Chapter 3. New Ways of Developing Chemical and Related Procedures Free of Wastes or Low in Wastes in Hungary

    Chapter 4. Concepts and Principles of Non-waste Technology

    Chapter 4. Eco-Productivity: A Positive Approach to Non-waste Technology

    Chapter 5. Concepts and Principles of Non-waste Technology

    Part II: State of Non-waste Technology

    Section I: National Experience and Policy Introductory Repot

    Introductory Report

    Chapter 6. State of Non- Waste Technology in the Netherlands: National Experience and Policy

    Chapter 7. Non- Waste Technology: Comments on the Canadian Scene

    Chapter 8. Austrian National Report on Non- Waste Technology

    Chapter 9. Some Aspects of Production Without Waste of Mineral Raw Materials in Poland

    Chapter 10. Non- Waste Technology: United Kingdom Experience and Policy

    Chapter 11. French Policies in Pollution-Free Technology

    Chapter 12. Experience and Policy with Regard to Non-Waste Technology in Hungary

    Chapter 13. Report from the Swedish Government

    Chapter 15. Production Sans Déchets en Belgique

    Chapter 16. Non- Waste Technology in Finland

    Chapter 17. State of Non- Waste Technology: United States Experience and Policy

    Chapter 18. Experience and Policies in the Field of Non-Waste Technology in the Federal Republic of Germany

    Chapter 19. Expériences et Politique de la Yougoslavie

    Section II: Industrial Experience

    Introductory Report

    Introductory Report

    Introductory Report

    Chapter 20. Protein Recovery from Liquid Potato Wastes

    Chapter 21. Profitable Industrial Uses for Whey

    Chapter 22. Dyeing in a Solvent Medium: STX Process

    Chapter 23. How and Why we Chose Integral Recycling

    Chapter 24. Recovery of the Iron Contained in Pickling Solutions and Waste Ore Etching Solutions, in the Form of Magnetite

    Chapter 25. Waste Exchanges: Improved Management for a New Type of Growth

    Chapter 26. Metals in the Organic Chemical Industry: Problems and Aids for Non- Waste Technologies

    Chapter 27. The Use of Natural Zeolites in the Chemical Industry

    Chapter 28. The Utilization of Brown Coals Other Than for Energy Production

    Chapter 28. Non- Waste Technology in Belgium

    Chapter 29. Outokumpu Flash Smelting Method

    Chapter 30. Methods of Conserving Raw Material and Energy and Protecting the Environment in Chemical and Electro-Chemical Plating Plants

    Chapter 31. Experience in Designing a Complex Scheme for Refining and Re-Use of Waste Waters and Creation of a Drainage-free Scheme of Water Supply and Sewerage in an Industrial Enterprise

    Chapter 32. A Review of Non- Waste Technology Problems in Some Major Production Branches

    Chapter 33. Developing Conservation-Oriented Technology for Industrial Pollution Control

    Chapter 34. The Nordic Organization for Waste Exchange

    Chapter 35. Programme Considerations and Experiences in Optimizing Industrial Materials Flow and Utilization for a Non- Waste Technology

    Chapter 36. No- Waste Salt ― No Decontamination: A New Step in the Salt Bath Technology

    Chapter 37. The Design of Non- Waste Technologies Taking the Example of a Lignite Transformation Complex in the German Democratic Republic

    Section III: Case Studies from the Iron and Steel Indus try3 Pulp and Paper Industry. Packaging and the Tyre Industry

    Chapter 38. The Iron and Steel Industry: Pollution Control and Recycling

    Chapter 39. The Outlook for Progress and Technological Methods in a Paper Industry Confronted with Environmental Problems

    Chapter 40. Non- Waste Production of Bleached Kraft Pulp

    Chapter 42. Displacement Bleaching

    Chapter 43. Biological Method for Purifying Kraft Pulp Mill Condensates

    Chapter 45. The Recovery of Glass in Switzerland

    Chapter 47. The Status of Non- Waste Technology in the US Packaging Industry

    Chapter 48. Non- Waste Technology: The Case of Tyresin the United States

    Chapter 49. Two Examples of Low Emission Technologies in the Pulp and Paper Industry

    Chapter 50. Treatment and Preparation of Dusts and Sludges in the Steel Industry

    Chapter 51. The Application of Material-Saving and Low-Waste Technologies in the Metal Container Industry with Special Reference to Drawn and Wall-Ironed Beverage Cans

    Chapter 52. Disposal of Ironworks Waste

    Chapter 54. Cost-Benefit Considerations in Waste-Free Production Methods

    Chapter 55. The Introduction of Non- Waste Technological Processes in the Hungarian Silicate Industry

    Chapter 56. Economic Aspects of Non- Waste Management

    Part IV: Ways and Means of Implementing Non-wast e Technology

    Introductory Report

    Chapter 57. The Role of Design Education in Non- Waste Technology

    Chapter 58. A Survey of the Location , Disposal and Prospective Uses of the Major Industrial By-Products and Waste Materials

    Chapter 59. Statutory and Financial Provisions for the Establishment of Manufacturing Methods Free of Waste Products

    Chapter 60. Applications of Material Flow Analysis in Resource Management

    Chapter 61. An Overview of Solid Waste Product Charges

    Chapter 62. Administrative Ways and Means of Implementing Non- Waste Technology

    Chapter 63. Non- Waste Technologies: Ways and Means of Implementation

    Part V: Methodological and Strategic Aspects of Non-waste Technology

    Introductory Report

    Chapter 64. General Aspects of the Development of Chemical Production Systems in Regions with a Complicated State of Environment

    Chapter 65. Perspectives for the Development of Non- Waste Technological Processes in Various Branches of Industry

    Chapter 66. A Method of Assessing Non- Waste Technology and Production

    Chapter 67. Non- Waste Technology and the Materials Flow in an Economy: Facts and Perspectives

    Annex

    Inaugural Addresses

    I. Vincent Ansquer

    II. Janez Stanovnik








Product details

  • No. of pages: 712
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Pergamon 2013
  • Published: January 1, 1978
  • Imprint: Pergamon
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483137599

About the Author

Unknown Author

Dr. Sam Stuart is a physiotherapist and a research Fellow within the Balance Disorders Laboratory, OHSU. His work focuses on vision, cognition and gait in neurological disorders, examining how technology-based interventions influence these factors. He has published extensively in world leading clinical and engineering journals focusing on a broad range of activities such as real-world data analytics, algorithm development for wearable technology and provided expert opinion on technology for concussion assessment for robust player management. He is currently a guest editor for special issues (sports medicine and transcranial direct current stimulation for motor rehabilitation) within Physiological Measurement and Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation, respectively.

Affiliations and Expertise

Senior Research Fellow, Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation, Northumbria University, UK Honorary Physiotherapist, Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, North Shields, UK

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