Can decision makers meaningfully compare land versus sea options for waste disposal? Using available scientific data on waste behavior and new studies from East and West Coast dump sites, this book shows how to use a matrix approach to rank the ecological and health consequences of any combination of waste, site, and disposal system design.
Table of Contents
|EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF WORKSHOP REPORT||4-7|
|1. REPORT OF THE PANEL ON SLUDGE MANAGEMENT AND PUBLIC POLICY||8-38|
|2. REPORT OF THE PANEL ON MARINE SCIENCES||39-72|
|3. REPORT OF THE PANEL ON LAND DISPOSAL||73-100|
|4. REPORT OF THE PANEL ON BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS||101-145|
|5. CASE STUDY A: REPORT OF THE PANEL ON SEWAGE SLUDGE||146-185|
|6. CASE STUDY B: REPORT OF THE PANEL ON INDUSTRIAL WASTES||186-208|
|APPENDIX A: PARTICIPANTS||209-210|
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