Practical Handbook of Processing and Recycling Municipal Waste

Practical Handbook of Processing and Recycling Municipal Waste

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If we could understand the scientific and engineering principles behind recycling, our ability to use reprocessed materials would improve considerably. If we could then apply those principles, our efforts to process and recycle waste would be significantly more efficient and cost-effective. Practical Handbook of Processing and Recycling Municipal Waste provides all of the information necessary for vastly improving the way we recycle materials. It first develops basic engineering and scientific theories related to processing and recycling municipal waste. The authors then show how the behavioral characteristics of waste can actually be predicted with some degree of accuracy, hence turning waste disposal engineering from a matter of guesswork into a science. From Europe to the United States to the Far East, humankind understands the need for - and the challenges of - recycling and reusing waste. This handbook is the guide to successful, efficient waste processing and reuse.The appearance of programmable logic controllers (PLCs) largely eliminated the problems of complex control systems and made ... As a result, the ladder logic diagram for a large RDF plant may fill several hundred sheets of computer paper.

Title:Practical Handbook of Processing and Recycling Municipal Waste
Author: AGR Manser, Alan Keeling
Publisher:CRC Press - 1996-09-12

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