The following are good references to obtain information on sludge treatment technologies and applications:
1. Brunner, Calvin. Design of Sewage Sludge Incineration Systems. Noyes Data Corporation: 1980.
2. Michael Ray Overcash and Dhiraj Ray. Design of Land Treatment Systems For Industrial Wastes. Michigan : Ann ArborScience , 1979.
3. P. Aarne Vesilind. Treatment and Disposal Of Wastewater Sludges.
4. Stanley E. Manahan. Enviromental Chemistry. Florida : CRC Press, 1994.
5. JFWEF and ASCE. Design of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants, Volume II. Book Press, Inc.: Brattleboro, Vermont, 1991.
6. Davis, M. L. and Cornwell, D. A. Introduction to Environmental
7. Craig Cogger. Recycling Municipal Wastewater Sludge in Washington. Washington State University, November 1991.
8. DEC Devision of Solid Waste.Municiple Sewage Sludge Management
9. Chaney and J.A. Ryan.77k? Future of Residuals Management After 1991.AWWA/WPCF Joint Residuals Management Conference, Water Pollution Control Federation, Arlington, Va..August 1991.
10. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1993.40 CFR Parts 257,403 and 503. Standards for use or disposal of sewage sludge, page 3, Federal
11. Cheremisinoff, N. P. and P. N. Cheremisinoff, Water Treatment and Waste Recovery: Advanced Technologies and Application, Prentice hall Publishers,
The following are good references to obtain pollution prevention information on, many of which cover water management and treatment practices. With the exception of reference 12, they can all be obtained through the U.S. EPA at minimal to no
12. Cheremisinoff, Nicholas P. and Avrom Bendavid-Val, Green Profits: The Manager's Handbook for ISO 14001 and Pollution Prevention, ButterworthHeinemann and Pollution Engineering Magazine, MA, 2001,
13. ERIC: DB54 Cleaning Up Polluted Runoff with the Clean Water State Revolving Fund, March 1998 832/F-98-001 NSCEP:
14. Enforcement Requirements: Case Studies [Fact Sheet] 832/F-93-007 NSCEP:
15. Environmental Pollution Control Alternatives: Centralized Waste Treatment Alternatives for the Electroplating Industry, June 1981 625/5-81-017.
16. Environmental Pollution Control Alternatives: Municipal Wastewater, 1976 625/5-76-012 ERIC: W437; NTIS: PB95-156709.
17. Environmental Pollution Control Alternatives: Municipal Wastewater, November 1979 625/5-79-012 ERIC: W438; NTIS: PB95-156691.
18. Environmental Pollution Control Alternatives: Sludge Handling, Dewatering, and Disposal Alternatives for the Metal Finishing Industry, October 1982
625/5-82-018 NSCEP: 832/F-93-007; ERIC: W439; NTIS: PB95-157004.
19. Facility Pollution Prevention Guide, May 1992 600/R-92-088 NSCEP: 600/R-92-088; ERIC: W600; NTIS: PB92-213206.
20. Guides to Pollution Prevention: Non-Agricultural Pesticide, July 1993 625/R-93-009 NSCEP: 625/R-93-009; ERIC: W316; NTIS: PB94-114634.
21. Guides to Pollution Prevention: The Commercial Printing Industry, August 1980 625/7-90-008 NSCEP: 625/7-90-008; ERIC: WA06; NTIS: PB91-110023.
22. Guides to Pollution Prevention: The Fabricated Metal Products Industry, July 1990 625/7-90-006 NSCEP: 625/7-90-006; ERIC: WA07; NTIS: PB91-110015.
23. Guides to Pollution Prevention: Wood Preserving Industry, November 1993 625/R-94-014 ERIC: WA08; mis. PB94_136298.
24. Pollution Prevention Information Exchange System (PIES): User Guide Version 2.1, November 1992 600/R-92-213 NSCEP: 600/R-92-213; ERIC: W390.
25. Pollution Prevention Opportunity Checklists: Case Studies, September 1993 832/F-93-006 NSCEP: 832/F-93-006; ERIC: W543.
26. Waste Minimization Opportunity Assessment Manual, July 1988 625/7-88003 ERIC: W423; NTIS: PB92-216985.
27. Water-Related GISs (Geographic Information Systems) Along the United States-Mexico Border, July 1993 832/B-93-004 NSCEP: 832/B-93-004; ERIC: W358; NTIS: PB94-114857.
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