Waste Management: New Research

Ademir S. F. Araújo (Editor)
Universidade Federal do Piauí, Campus da Socopo – Departamento de Engenharia Agrícola e Solos, Teresina – Piauí – Brazil

Series: Environmental Remediation Technologies, Regulations and Safety, Environmental Health – Physical, Chemical and Biological Factors
BISAC: TEC010020

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Rapid urbanization coupled with increasing populations has brought in new socio-economic and environmental problems in the world, particularly for third world countries. One such issue that requires urgent attention is the mounting waste problem, which has grown from being an annoyance for regional and local governments to an issue of national importance in many developing countries. Solid wastes are produced after wastewater treatment and their characteristics are influenced by anthropogenic activities. This book brings important information and results of new research with waste management in all of the world. In this volume there are contributions of experts from different countries. Each one of them shows interesting views about this fascinating and important subject. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Tannery Sludge Compost: Use for Crop Production
(Maria Dorotéia Marçal Silva, Jeová Lira dos Santos, Mara Lúcia Jacinto Oliveira and Ademir Sérgio Ferreira de Araújo; Programa de Pós-Graduação em Agronomia - Universidade Federal do Piauí – Centro de Ciências Agrárias, Campus da Socopo, Teresina, PI, Brazil and others)

Chapter 2. Waste for Life: Poverty Reducing Solutions to Sustainable Waste Management (Randika Jayasinghe and Caroline Baillie; School of Environmental Systems Engineering, University of Western Australia)
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Chapter 3. Spatial Inequality in Waste Management in a Millennium City: The Nexus Between Governance Poverty
(Martin Oteng-Ababio; Department of Geography & Resource Development, University of Ghana)

Chapter 4. Treatment of Oily Wastewaters From Metalworking Processes
(G. Gutiérrez, M. Matos, D. Allende, J. M. Benito, J. Coca1, C. Pazos;
Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering, University of Oviedo, C. Julián Clavería, Oviedo, Spain and others)

Chapter 5. An Approach for Monitoring and Managing Household Solid Waste as Support Tool for Integrated Waste Management
(Nguyen Phuc Thanh, Graduate School of Environmental Science,  Okayama University)

Chapter 6. Solid Residues as Amendments of Soils Contaminated with Heavy Metals
(Mara Lucia Jacinto Oliveira and Ademir Sérgio Ferreira de Araújo;
Federal University of Piauí, Campus da Socopo, Teresina, PI, Brazil)

Chapter 7. Biological Recycling of Bio-Waste and Compost Utilisation from a Life Cycle Perspective
(Francesco Razza, Sandra Zaccheo, Beatrice Cavanna, Francesco Degli Innocenti; Novamont S.p.A., P.le Donegani, Terni, Italy and others)

Chapter 8. Towards Sustainable Palm Oil Production: Minimizing the Environmental Damage from Oil Palm Processing
(Embrandiri, Mahamad Hakimi Ibrahim; Institute of Environment and sustainable development, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi-India and others)

Chapter 9. Modeling and Simulation of Process Sustainability in Waste
Modeling and Simulation of Process Sustainability in Waste Management in Singapore
(QZ Yang, Fengyu Yang, Zhiqi Shen, SIMTech, Singapore. 2 Shenzhen Batian Ecotypic Engineering Co. Ltd., Shenzhen, China. 3 Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

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