Ppt on biodegradable and non-biodegradable objects

Evaluation of Intrinsic Biodegradation and Amendments to Support Enhanced Monitored Natural Recovery of Sediments Tom Krug and David Himmelheber, Geosyntec.

via activated carbon addition  Test results indicated that:  Intrinsic aerobic biodegradation of PAHs in Site sediment was possible  Activated carbon addition (1%) reduced porewater PAH levels to non-detect  Test results support use of MNR and use of carbon amendment if MNR will not achieve objectives in necessary time frame Case Study of Treatability Testing for PAH in Sediment Management of Hg in Sediment/


TCE and 1,2-DCE Biotransformation Inside a Biologically Active Zone Anthony W. Holder, Philip B. Bedient, and Joseph B. Hughes Environmental Science and.

Wiedemeier et al., 1996) Type I - microbial substrates added along with chlorinated solvents –biodegradation is generally rapid and dehalogenation is promoted Type II - microbial substrates exist naturally, in lower levels than in Type I –biodegradation/dehalogenation rates slower than Type I Type III - low substrate availability –nearly non-existent biodegradation/dehalogenation Objectives of Study Develop a mechanism to account for the rapid decline in concentrations near/


An-Najah National University Chemical Engineering Department Preparation of biodegradable polycaprolactone microcapsules by membrane emulsification Submitted.

Objectives  Introduction  Materials  Methods  Results  Discussion  Conclusion Objective The objective of the current study is to prepare biodegradable polycaprolactone microcapsules using premix membrane emulsification. Biodegradable microcapsules  It is a small sphere with a uniform wall made of biodegradable/ solvent).  non solvent phase:  water  Sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) Polycaprolactone is one of the widely used biodegradable polymers due to its good drug permeability and bio- compatibility./


Marine Bio Chapter 22.1. Learning Objectives Discuss the impact of sewage pollution on aquatic environments Describe the effect of toxic chemicals on.

Marine Bio Chapter 22.1 Learning Objectives Discuss the impact of sewage pollution on aquatic environments Describe the effect of toxic chemicals on marine organisms / contaminated water (ear, throat, eye infections.) closed beaches: storm drain overflow lost tourism etc. Treatment of Sewage Sewage treatment plant: removal of solids and non biodegradable materials by filtering thru a screen ( these wastes are taken to a landfill for disposal) Allow solid matter to settle out forming a sludge decay bacteria/


Study on the goal of ecological rehabilitation and related management technology in Suzhou Creek YIN Haowen, LI Kang, CHEN Xiaoqian Bioassay and safety.

Suzhou Creek. All of these work is based on the research which was carried on between 1960s and 2008 The object of the project Confirm with spatial background in eco-rehabilitation Data collection (in situ test) Data collection/a sample Data analysis method First-order kinetics is applied to determine the rate of oxygen consumption and CO 2 formation, the following non-linear fit model is used for biodegradation curves with a flat lag phase Y the percent theoretical or chemical oxygen demand, resp. percent /


Advanced Placement Environmental Science

does not biodegrade or not in human time… Floats Has high strength Is ingested by and entangles ocean animals However, plastic floats, and is not biodegradable, and strangles ocean organisms and birds that have been caught in plastic netting and packing straps/; 2) water quality standards, known as water quality objectives, for both surface water and groundwater; and 3) actions necessary to maintain these standards in order to control non-point and point sources of pollution to the States waters. The /


Wetlands Fundamental mechanisms of wetlands function Characteristics of the water being treated Chemistry Flow Site characteristics (Climate and Topography)

Biodegradation Organics  Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) SettlingOxidation/Biodegradation Hydrocarbons  Fuels, oil and grease, alcohols, BTEX, TPH  PAHs, chlorinated and non- chlorinated Solvents, pesticides, herbicides, insecticides Diffusion/ Volatilization, Settling Photochemical Oxidation Biodegradation/ Select plants based on the type and objectives of your treatment wetland Design Implementation Soil erosion and sediment control Grading and sub-grading preparation/construction Plant installation /


TRIALS OF IN SITU BIOREMEDIATION ON THE BEACH OF SORRIZO (SPAIN) P. Fernández-Álvarez, J.M. Garrido and J.M. Lema Department of Chemical Engineering Universidade.

and M. Grifoll Department of Microbiology Universitat de Barcelona (Spain) 1. OBJECTIVE 2. INTRODUCTION 3. MATERIALS AND METHODS 4. RESULTS AND/AND DISCUSSION 470 days Field experiments with several bioremediation agents following the Prestige accident 4. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Biodiesel Date Saturates (%) Aromatics (%)Polars (%) Before the applicationMar-049.734.356.0 Non/improved the appearance of polluted rocks and seemed to accelerate the biodegradation processes. Field experiments with several /


Environmental Management: Programs. Environmental Programs A plan for achieving specific environmental performance improvement objectives that details.

analysis; lifecycle information l Relevance, objectivity or vagueness of claims (and comparisons) l Real opportunities for recycling, biodegradation, or safe disposal AMERICAS TEN WORST/and value added, many sources. l Consumables: l Organic: sanitized packaging, refrigeration, composting l Non-organic manufactured goods: various volumes l Primary, Processing and Construction Materials: largest in volume and weight, reuse and recycling increasing Physical Infrastructure l Forward: existing transportation and/


1 Technical & Progress Meeting INESCOP PROJECT PROGRESS AND PLANNED ACTIVITIES Pisa (Italy) ICCOM-CNR 22 nd June 2012 Mercedes Roig Joaquín Ferrer INESCOP.

-May’12 A19. International fairs and other eventsFeb-May’12 A20. Contribution to project websiteApril-May’12 A23. Project managementContinuous 3 Environmental impact of fatliquoring agents Objective: To assess the environmental impact / test The biodegradability is determined as BOD/COD The biodegradability of the fatliquoring agents tested is quite reduced (< 0.3), which shows that they are not biodegradable Non biodegradable Poorly biodegradable Highly biodegradable Biodegradable 14 Wastewater /


LEGAL AND FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS FOR HOUSEHOLD WASTE MANAGEMENT Jean-Pierre HANNEQUART Directeur Général IBGE / Président ACR+ KIEV,25-26 NOVEMBER 2013.

Biodegradability and other criteria Finland302005 Biodegradable and compostable waste Germany2001 Biodegradability and other criteria Ireland30 In consideration 2009 Waste that is not pre-treated Italy26 2003/ 2007 Biodegradability and other criteria Belgium- Flanders 607 1998/ 2000 Unsorted wastes, sorted and non/a product’s life cycle (OECD) Objectives: Design of environmentally sound products Integration of environmental costs Improved waste management and recycling ECONOMICS INSTRUMENTS AT PRODUCT LEVEL /


10. Data Mining Data Mining is one aspect of Database Query Processing (on the "what if" or pattern and trend querying end of Query Processing, rather.

and transporter are NOT exactly synonymous (transporter is broader) General database cross references (general dbxrefs) should be used whenever a GO term has an identical meaning to an object in another database. Some ex. of common general dbxrefs in GO: Ontology DB Sample dbxref Fctn Enzyme Commission EC:3.5.1.6 Transport Protein Database TC:2.A.29.10.1 Biocatalysis/Biodegradation/ annotation [with ] TAS traceable author statement NAS non-traceable author statement ND no biological data available RCA/


Green housekeeping What it is And how we get there Vermont Chapter of the International Executive Housekeeping Association October 7, 2010 Bob Powitz Robert.

 Priority 2: Reduction of microbial numbers to levels considered “safe”.  Priority 3: Aesthetic cleanliness. Objective 4: Aesthetics - Keeping unwanted microbes from growing.  Priority 1: No growth.  Priority 2:/Biodegradability 60% - 70% biodegradable within 28 days Non-hazardous Waste as defined in 40 CFR Part 261 Toxicity based on oral, dermal and inhalation toxicity Environmental Hazard no phenol compounds, petroleum solvents or heavy metals Biodegradability 60% - 70% biodegradable within 28 days Non/


Chapter 21.1 Environmental Problems. How to do a Pre-read 1.Properly head paper; include title with location and description; Number page 2.List Vocabulary.

biodegradable Describe major types of pollution Distinguish (compare and contrast) between Renewable and nonrenewable resources How do Alien species thrive (succeed) How does destruction of habitat affect organisms? What impact does Human Population Growth have on the environment? Vocabulary: Objectives/.1b Notes: Distinguish between renewable and nonrenewable resources: Renewable resources are those that can be used over and over again. There is an unlimited supply Non-renewable resources are those that can/


Water Pollution Chapters 13 and 20 Living in the Environment, 11 th Edition, Miller Advanced Placement Environmental Science La Canada High School Dr.

Non-Point Source Non-point-source pollution comes from material washed down storm drains as “poison runoff” Includes fertilizers, pesticides, road oil, and trash bss.sfsu.edu/ehines/geog600/ Freshwater%20and%20ocean%20Pollution.ppt Plastic in the Ocean Environment Plastic: –Either does not biodegrade/ is a multistep process: 1. Primary Treatment (Physical Process) –Removal of large objects using grates and screens –Settling to remove suspended solids (primary sludge) flocculating chemicals are added to /


Strategies and Molecular Design Criteria for 3D Printable Hydrogels [ Chem. Rev. 116, pp 1496-1539 (2016)] 1. Introduction - Additive manufacturing (AM),

3D printing - Object production via layer-by-layer fashion with CAD or CAM (comp.-aided manufacturing) - no mold, high degree of design freedom, direct production of structures with high precision and low-cost printers/ easy processing and modifications, abundance, non-antigenicity, biodegradability 단점 ) batch-to-batch variations, loss of shape and consistency (shrinkage) poor mechanical property, hard to sterilize - gelatin: partially denatured collagen RGD-motifs, biodegradability, biocompatibility, water/


Biodegradable Materials for Layer by Layer Processes César Carrión Rapid Manufacturing Manager Brussels, 2nd June 2009.

Conexa y afines – is a non-profit organization aiming to boost research development and technological innovation within toy and related industry. Thus making it possible the achievement of a constant competitiveness increase and product quality improvement 5 1.1/3. Previous Research Project Objective: We can try to find functional biodegradable materials (hardness, roughness, mechanical properties…) AIJU is doing some proofs with almond shell in injection moulding (with PP, PS, PE…) and SLS (with PA) /


Water Pollution Chapters 13 and 20 Living in the Environment, 11 th Edition, Miller Advanced Placement Environmental Science La Canada High School Dr.

Non-Point Source Non-point-source pollution comes from material washed down storm drains as “poison runoff” Includes fertilizers, pesticides, road oil, and trash bss.sfsu.edu/ehines/geog600/ Freshwater%20and%20ocean%20Pollution.ppt Plastic in the Ocean Environment Plastic: –Either does not biodegrade/ is a multistep process: 1. Primary Treatment (Physical Process) –Removal of large objects using grates and screens –Settling to remove suspended solids (primary sludge) flocculating chemicals are added to /


CORN PROTEIN BASED BLENDS FOR BIOPLASTIC APPLICATIONS ARDRA P and KARTHIK VENKATESHAN IDEA 3D, Technology Business Incubator, BITS PILANI Hyderabad Campus,

Technology Business Incubator, BITS PILANI Hyderabad Campus, India Acknowledgement: Conventional Plastics  Non-renewable source and non-biodegradable Polymers form natural resources  Biodegradable, abundant and renewable  Plant proteins ZEIN  Alcohol soluble protein from corn  Biocompatible, biodegradable and GRAS status [1]  Thermoplasticity in presence of suitable plasticizers  Edible – used in food and pharmaceutical applications  Zein only films– brittleness – require plasticizer for processing/


Late Results from the PAINT trial PercutAneous INTervention with biodegradable-polymer based paclitaxel-eluting, sirolimus-eluting, or bare stents for.

Lilly, Scitech, Abbott SMT, Boston Scientific, Scitech To evaluate the late safety and efficacy of 2 novel formulations of DES with paclitaxel or sirolimus, eluted in biodegradable polymers, in comparison to bare stents LATE-PAINT trial Main Objective 274 patients treated with coronary stenting for: - De novo coronary lesion in a / CCI 2009 3210 20 15 10 5 0 BMS SES PES 7.1% 8.3% 9.7% P=0.7 3-Year Death or Non-Fatal MI Years Incidence (%) 3210 40 30 20 10 0 BMS SES PES 28.2% 11.3% 8.7% P<0.01 Years /


Industries based on Microorganisms, their processes and products Microbial technology/ Industrial Biotechnology In Sri Lanka Professor S. Widanapathirana.

process could be interfered by non-digestible materials, radioactive compounds, toxic compounds, high concentration of organic matter etc. An additional cost has to be spent to maintain the process. Rapid increase of urbanization and industrialization. (The rate of waste production is much higher than the rate of biodegradation.) (C) Agricultural Biotechnology (Applications in microbial technology in agriculture) Introduction and present Industries in Sri Lanka/


TOURISM AND ENVIRONMENT (THM 317)

and global sinks for wastes - including the capacity of rivers to break down biodegradable wastes as well as the capacity of global environmental systems, such as climate, to absorb greenhouse gases. THM 317 Renewable and non-renewable resources A non-/environment management programme can be seen at a glance, perhaps in the form of a table. For example: Objective/Target Action Budget Deadline Department Concerned THM 317 Stages of Environmental Management Systems 17 An environment management programme for/


An Employee-Owned Company Perchlorate Treatment Technologies: Biodegradation Prototype Thermal Decomposition Edward N. Coppola 215 Harrison Avenue Panama.

High Nutrient Value (~50%) ãNutrient value based on biodegradable organic content Low Cost ( ~$25 per Ton) and Commercially Available Stable, Storable, Pumpable Liquid a Demil/ n Objectives of Alternate Effluent Studies Can Alternate Effluents be Co-processed with ClO 4 - ? ãDetermine Impact to Perchlorate Biodegradation ãDetermine/Hydrothermal Treatment n High temperature, high pressure approach n Non-catalytic process With and without promoting/reducing agents n Complete perchlorate reduction obtained 340/


Student Objectives Use the information gained to make responsible choices in selecting everyday products and services using scientific information Evaluate.

trash is dumped. – Sanitary Use liners to separate trash from the environment. Most landfills cover their trash with compacted soil daily. Biodegradable vs. Non-biodegradable Biodegradable – capable of decaying through the action of living organisms. – EXAMPLES: food wastes and paper Non-biodegradableobjects, such as most plastics and synthetic materials, do not decay. FYI - Pros vs. Cons Pros of Sanitary Landfills – Cuts down on smell – Cuts down on the/


Leaders in the design, implementation and operation of markets for electricity, gas and water. Modern Waste Management for Kosovo Workshops no 5 and 6.

BMW Biodegr. Municipal Waste „Quick“ member states (Germany, Austria, Benelux, Italy...) Percentage of Biodegradable Municipal Waste of the total amount of MSW in relation to the relevant amount in 1995 „/and new approaches.’ BP 39 Policy Objectives The Government’s key objectives are to: Decouple waste growth (in all sectors) from economic growth - waste prevention and re-use; Deliver the Landfill Directive diversion targets; Increase waste diversion from landfill, integrate treatment for municipal and non/


Acknowledgements Dept of Chemical Engineering, Monash Materials and Methods The core nanoparticles will be composed of mesoporous silica with the target.

of plasmid DNA (pDNA) as an initial vaccine prime is gaining interest as it is non-infectious, encodes only the antigen of interest and does not contain heterologous protein components which the host may respond to. However, naked pDNA /pDNA safely to a patient while simultaneously obtaining high cell transfection efficiencies. The Objective The aim of this research is to produce a smart, multifunctional nanoparticle-biodegradable polymer particle for the staged delivery of a vaccine prime/booster after a /


CHAPTER 9 THE BIOSPHERE: HOW THE REVOLUTION IN BIOLOGY RELATES TO GREEN CHEMISTRY From Green Chemistry and the Ten Commandments of Sustainability, Stanley.

and exposure to mutagens is a major thrust of green chemistry 9.6. STABILITY AND EQUILIBRIUM OF THE BIOSPHERE Homeostasis ( “ same status ” ) is a state of stability and equilibrium of an organism with its environment A major objective/toxic substance to non-toxic or less toxic substance without necessarily undergoing biodegradation Factors in Biodegradation A number of factors are involved in determining the effectiveness and rate of biodegradation The compound has to be biodegradable Physical properties, /


Ch. 19 - Waste Puuu-weee!. Section 1 Objectives Name one characteristic that makes a material biodegradable. Identify two types of solid waste. Describe.

waste Animal and veggie waste – Will turn to compost easily Today – Average American produces 4.4 lbs of solid waste!!! Not all trash is Equal! Two main types of waste – Biodegradable – it can be broken down by natural processes (natural products) – Non-biodegradable – can/down into very small pieces Cons: the plastic is still there, it is just in smaller pieces! Section 3 Objectives Name two characteristics of hazardous waste. Describe how one law that governs hazardous waste. Describe two ways in which /


© Copyright 2008 Kimberly-Clark Corporation Bio-Based Polyethylene Blends Including Non-Wood Biomass Materials Bo Shi and Greg Wideman August 10-12 2015.

produced via fermentation 100% Bio-based and non-biodegradable »Green polyethylene: from sugarcane Partially bio-based polymers »Polyesters: SORONA™, polyurethane, polyamide, unsaturated polyester »Polybutylene succinate (Bio-PBS): bio-diol or bio-diacid Non bio-based, 100% biodegradable »PCL, PBS, aliphatic aromatic copolyesters, etc. Corporate Research and Engineering Market Success Criteria of Bio-Based and/or Biodegradable Polymers Performance »Must meet application requirements. Processability/


1 CE 548 I Fundamentals of Biological Treatment. 2 Overview of Biological Treatment   Objectives of Biological Treatment:   For domestic wastewater,

Biological Treatment:   For domestic wastewater, the main objectives are: Transform (oxidize) dissolved and particulate biodegradable constituents into acceptable by-products Capture and incorporate suspended and nonsettleable colloidal solids into a biological floc or biofilm Transform or remove nutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphorous Remove specific trace organic constituents and compounds 3 Overview of Biological Treatment   Objectives of Biological Treatment:   For industrial wastewater, the/


Effects of Environmental Issues and the Impact on Future Growth of TPEs 5th International Conference for S & SE Asia on Future Developments of Thermoplastic.

% soft Door Panels: z% slush molded IP Skin PVC Substitution Objectives Environment Halogen free? Improve recyclability Reduce VOC/fog Performance Satisfactory hidden /and Elastomers Non-Renewable Renewable Petroleum Coal Corn Castor Bean Starch Sugar Algae Yeasts Non-Petroleum Feedstock Activity Feedstock Source Status and/Biodegradable Thermoplastic Elastomers API has introduced the first biodegradable thermoplastic elastomer: Apinat Based on TPU and aliphatic copolyester Two series of biodegradable/


USE OF A UNIQUE BIOBARRIER TO REMEDIATE NITRATE AND PERCHLORATE IN GROUNDWATER Presented by Betty A. Strietelmeier Los Alamos National laboratory To 2001.

removes colloids, actinides and metals, nitrate, perchlorate and other biodegradable organic compounds, strontium and cesium –Potential for use with high explosives, petroleum hydrocarbons and halogenated organic compounds Biobarrier and Biofilms Biobarrier is carbon/oxide reductase Biobarrier Laboratory Study Objectives of Study Objectives of Study –Determine effectiveness of carbon-based material in supporting growth of a biofilm (i.e. by providing carbon nutrient), and in nitrate destruction (determine /


Anesthesia for Non-Obstetric Surgery during Pregnancy Adnan Almazrooa.

biodegradation. Cytotoxicity depends on biodegradation. Complications of G.A Complications of G.A –Hpoxia, hypo and hypercapnea, hypotension Enviromental and chemical factors Enviromental and/IPPV Mechanical effect of IPPV –Decreased UBF Catecholamine release Catecholamine release –Decreased UBF Objectives Objectives Maternal safety. Maternal safety. Avoidance of teratogenic drugs. Avoidance of teratogenic drugs./masses I.V. or I.M. non dep. To the fetus I.V. or I.M. non dep. To the fetus Fetal sentience /


Implementing Use Of Cleaning Chemicals …Safer For People And The …Safer For People And TheEnvironment www.ENVIRO-SOLUTION.com Resource Center Presentations.

Must be carefully selected so as to have the least negative effect on the environment – biodegrade readily to components with low toxicity. For example: Use - Linear Alcohol Ethoxylates - Linear /skin irritations, respiratory problems, or damage to nasal membranes NON FLAMMABLE & NON CORROSIVE: Must be considered non-flammable and non-corrosive at use dilutions 4.TO BE PROVEN MORE SAFER/6.COMMONLY USED HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS OBJECTIVE: Provide guidelines to bidders to promote compliance with industry standards with /


Green Procurement USACHPPM - Readiness thru Health Pat Rippey Introduction to Green Procurement and Training for Federal Purchase Card Holders U.S. Army.

federal supply sources Contract Action Report (CAR) Compliance Inspections EMS Objectives and Targets Your installation’s tracking systems or internal inspections Environmental Reporting Logistics System (ERLS) DLA’s Green Procurement Report Provides web-based tracking and reporting for recycled, biobased, and other green products purchased by Federal agencies Tracks green and non-green products purchased from DLA and GSA – using environmental attribute codes (CPG, energy efficient, low/


Biology 1b Evolution and Environment GCSE CORE Key words: lichen, freshwater invertebrate, pollution, sustainable.

biological processes to decompose organic materials, but cannot be used to dispose of non-biodegradable waste. What methods are there for disposing of waste materials? Biology 1b Evolution and Environment GCSE CORE What is the best solution? The best way to / in which deforestation may also contribute to global warming. Biology 1b Evolution and Environment GCSE CORE Objective How do we plan for the future and balance the needs of people and the needs of the environment? Success Criteria By the end of the /


Ecodesign and the plastics industry Helen Lewis Plastics New Zealand Workshops Christchurch and Auckland 29-30 August 2005.

you can influence environmental impacts through ecodesign 6.Select ecodesign objectives 7.Select ecodesign strategies 8.Take steps to integrate ecodesign in your business 1. Selecting a product for ecodesign Possible criteria: 1.Do any of your products have significant environmental impacts? 2.Are any of your products non-compliant with local and international regulations? 3.Are you under pressure from regulators or/


Version 2, February 15, 2008 Rules and Tools for Cataloging Internet Resources Course Introduction and Background Instructors: Organizer / Dates.

(9.7B17; MARC 520)  A brief objective summary of the purpose and content of the resource if the rest of the description does not /relationships: continues print serial; title change  Single record for providing access to online version: non-cataloging approach  Online serial  Online document (monograph) Topic 1 Multiple Providers of Serial /field. Existing record created in March 2000: 245 00 Database of biocatalysis and biodegradation information ‡h [electronic resource]. 500 Title from home page (viewed on/


4.5 Greywater is man-made – an untapped water and nutrient resource constructed wetland, gardening, wastewater pond, biol. treatment, membrane- technology.

not make products with problematic content Classical view on functionality of chemical products: + stable (persistent) + effective + efficient + affordable New view: + complete and fast degradation + no risk of harmful effects TPS non-biodegradable for washing powder Source: Kümmerer, 2007 LAS readily biodegradable replacement of TPS + effective + efficient + affordable Supervision: nonylphenol in car care products mg/kg dry matter Nonylphenol in digested sludge Car wash/


ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION (BANNING OF PLASTIC BAGS) REGULATIONS 2015 Ministry of Environment, Sustainable Development, and Disaster & Beach Management December.

implementation of the Regulations Objectives of the Presentation  /and by hawkers. Vest-type plastic bags (sacs de caisse; sacs 50 sous) Roll-on plastic bags Non-Woven Polypropylene bags  11 types of plastic bags have been exempted for:  Essential uses  Hygienic and/and TV clips  Dossier Programmes  Scrolling Messages  Website (http://environment.govmu.org) Mode of operation  Regular Routine Patrol  Visits for sensitization  Surprise checks  Additional information: o Samples of biodegradable/


4.5 Greywater is man-made – an untapped water and nutrient resource constructed wetland, gardening, wastewater pond, biol. treatment, membrane- technology.

objective: the role of households in tackling environmental and resource challenges Challenges and possibilities Greywater represents environmental challenges: - Unpleasant odours - Health hazard (pathogens and toxic compounds) - Soil erosion - Pollution of surface water and groundwater - Mosquito breeding Benefits of using treated greywater and/+ complete and fast degradation + no risk of harmful effects TPS non-biodegradable for washing powder Source: Kümmerer, 2007 LAS readily biodegradable replacement of/


Chapter 28 Plastics and Polymers

hard and rigid, and do not melt even at high temperatures. They are used to make objects that have to withstand high temperatures (e.g. casings for electrical appliances and handles of pans). 28.4 GENERAL USES OF PLASTICS Figure 28.9 Objects made/ risk associated with plastics, and the fires involved are usually dangerous. 28.14 PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF PLASTICS DISPOSAL OF PLASTIC WASTE Most plastics, unlike natural materials such as wood or cotton, are non-biodegradable. Plastic waste is often /


Pat Rippey US Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine APG, MD Green Procurement Greening Our Contracts.

GP awareness training to contractors if needed  Hold pre-award and/or post-award meetings to reinforce objectives Quality Assurance  As the contract is executed, QA should be performed to ensure that GP objectives are met: Inspect product deliverables for specified recycled content or green attributes Maintain contract work file (justifications for non-compliant purchases) Review contractor purchases Performance-Based Services Acquisition: Incentives & Remedies/


What is plant design? Chemical engineering design of new chemical plants and the expansion or revision of existing ones require the use of engineering.

of possible solutions for analysis, evaluation, and selection (ways of meeting objective problems). Source of solutions: a- Past experiences. b- Tried and tested methods. Build Performance Model and Fitness Testi When design alternatives are suggested/ design and an updated cost estimate for a non biodegradable detergent producing facility similar to ones supplanted by recent biodegradable facilities. Literature Survey A survey of the literature reveals that the majority of the non biodegradable detergents /


Basic training on Municipal Solid Waste Management for Urban Local Bodies – M4: Key issues and principles of sustainable MSWM [Module 4] Key issues and.

addresses a social objective o is a non-loss, non-dividend company o is distinct from a non-profit because the business seeks to generate a modest profit o profit will be used to expand the company’s reach, improve the product or service or to subsidize the social goal collection, processing and sale of recyclables collection, processing and sale of biodegradable waste collection, processing and recycling of/


© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. AP Environmental Science Mr. Grant Lesson 73 Solutions to Depletion of Fresh Water & Freshwater Pollution and Its Control.

for some people and plentiful for others? © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Objectives: Define the term desalination. Assess problems of water supply and propose solutions to /and non- point sources  Pollution  the release of matter or energy that causes undesirable impacts on the health and well-being of humans or other organisms  Water pollution comes in many forms and/Inc. Biodegradable Wastes and Sediment  Introducing large amounts of biodegradable waste into water decreases dissolved oxygen  Wastewater  water/


1 LNAPL Training Part 2: LNAPL Characterization and Recoverability – Improved Analysis Welcome – Thanks for joining us. ITRC’s Internet-based Training.

Impacted with Light Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids (LNAPL), USEPA OSWER 542-R-04-011 (2005) ASTM – American Society for Testing and Materials OSWER – Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response TCEQ – Texas Commission on Environmental Quality 75 LNAPL Training Part 2  Introduction and Part 1 summary  LNAPL conceptual site model  LNAPL site characterization  Q&A  Hydraulic recovery evaluation and limits  LNAPL management objectives and goals  Introduction to/


Types of Waste Biodegradable/Non Biodegradable Domestic/Industrial Hazardous/Non-Hazardous Solid/Liquid Come up with an example of each if you can.

Types of Waste Biodegradable/Non Biodegradable Domestic/Industrial Hazardous/Non-Hazardous Solid/Liquid Come up with an example of each if you can HIC/MIC/LIC HIC stands for Highly Industrialised Country e/headings in the blue boxes on each page Make sure you understand in particular the diagrams/tables and what they are showing Look at the learning outcomes/objectives of the two sections The review boxes on pg 125 and 130 explain what you should know Orange boxes pg 127-know this!-you should already if you/


1/19 Biodegradability and toxicity of intermediates produced by TiO 2 photocatalytic oxidation of aqueous solution of Naprelan (NPX) Fabiola Méndez-Arriaga,

+ The objective of this investigation is to undertake a study of the heterogeneous photocatalytic degradation of NPX in aqueous suspension with TiO2 in order: i) to identify the main byproducts remained after photocatalytic treatment and ii) to evaluate the biodegradability and toxicity of / Batch operation mode 123 4 5 6 7 8910 RESULTS Previous non-photocatalytic effects: Thermodegadability Adsorption into TiO 2 Previous non-photocatalytic effects: Thermodegadability Adsorption into TiO 2 San Diego, CA.,/


Heterogeneous photocatalytic TiO 2 process was selected to study the degradation of the pharmaceutical pollutants sulfamethoxazole and ibuprofen. TiO 2.

of the pharmaceutical pollutants sulfamethoxazole and ibuprofen. TiO 2 is wide available, relatively cheap and non-toxic. In water treatment /and the reactor volume (V R ), being k’ less dependent on the catalyst concentration and the installation employed, which is more useful in the scaling-up. OBJECTIVES Study of photocatalytic treatment for decontamination of sulfamethoxazole and/not efficient due their low biodegradability and high toxicity. High production Pharmaceuticals High consumption/


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