By Jack E. Rechcigl and Herbert C. MacKinnon (Eds.)
content material: destiny instructions of by-products and wastes in agriculture / Rosa M.C. Muchovej and R.S. Pacovsky --
An entrepreneurial view of the longer term for using wastes and by-products / Dale F. Galloway and John M. Walker --
U.S. Environmental defense corporation laws and different stakeholder actions affecting the rural use of by-products and wastes / John M. Walker, Robert M. Southworth, and Alan B. Rubin --
Biosolids processing, items, and makes use of / Jane B. Forste --
features and criteria for processed biosolids within the manufacture and advertising of horticultural fertilizers and soil blends / Terry J. Logan, Billie J. Lindsay, and Steve Titko --
Agricultural and environmental matters within the administration of chicken wastes : fresh concepts and long term demanding situations / J. Thomas Sims --
Agricultural and environmental matters within the administration of farm animals manure / H.H. Van Horn and M.B. corridor --
Agricultural and environmental matters within the administration of swine waste / Robert L. Mikkelsen --
Composition and makes use of of natural fertilizers / E.E. Huntley, Allen V. Barker, and M.L. Stratton --
Composition and makes use of of compost / Allen V. Barker --
Composition and makes use of of uncomposted wastepaper and different organics / J.H. Edwards --
Composition and land program of paper production residuals / J.J. Camberato, E.D. Vance, and A.V. Someshwar --
Land software of boiler wooden ash within the southeastern usa / C.C. Mitchell and E.D. Black --
Agricultural and business makes use of of derivative gypsums / W.P. Miller and M.E. Sumner --
Ammonium sulfate fertilizer as derivative in flue fuel desulfurization : the Dakota Gasification corporation event / Daniel L. Wallach --
derivative utilization in fertilizer micronutrients / James M. Wyatt --
Iron humate creation, processing, houses, and utilization / B.E. Rehberg and G.L. Smith.
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Improving soils with organic wastes, Agricultural Research Service, Beltsville, MD. 3) USEPA. 1991. Cooperative testing of municipal sewage sludges by the toxicity characteristic leaching procedure and compositional analysis. EPA 430/09-91-007. Office of Water, Washington, DC. 4) USEPA. 1994. A plain English guide to the EPA part 503 biosolids rule. EPA 832-R-93-003, Office of Water, Washington, DC. 5) USEPA. 1995. A guide to the biosolids risk assessments for the EPA part 503 rule. EPA 832-B-93-005.
The criteria for identifying hazardous waste are in Part 261. , for corrosivity, ignitability, explosiveness, or toxicity. Part 262 through 268 contain standards for generators of hazardous waste; transporters of hazardous waste; treatment, storage, and disposal of hazardous waste, special hazardous waste, and land disposal of hazardous waste. By-products like biosolids are evaluated to determine whether they are hazardous and may be tested using the Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP).
Solid Waste Disposal Facility Criteria (40 CFR Part 258). Part 258 contains the minimum national criteria for all municipal solid waste landfill units, including municipal solid waste landfills that receive biosolids. These criteria were published on October 9, 1991, under the authority of both R C R A and the C W A . A municipal solid waste landfill unit (MSWLF) is a discrete area of land or an excavation that receives household wastes and other types of waste. The approach taken in Part 258 to protect human health and the environment is containment.