168 pages , Routledge , 2011-04-06 Waste generation, source reduction and recycling are matters of concern in today's world. The book discusses how economics can contribute to solve environmental problems and studies the waste reduction and recycling problems both theoretically and empirically, covering not only traditional resource economics and waste management, but al...[Read More]
178 pages , Routledge , 2013-07-04 Why has classical rhetoric been a subject of such growing interest for the past ten years? Because the most exciting work in classical rhetoric has asked us to rethink classical concepts in modern terms. What's been missing, at least in book-length form, is a scholarly rethinking of rhetorical memory and delivery. As many scholars have ...[Read More]
288 pages , Springer , 2017-12-12 This book addresses recycling technologies for many of the valuable and scarce materials from spent lithium-ion batteries. A successful transition to electric mobility will result in large volumes of these. The book discusses engineering issues in the entire process chain from disassembly over mechanical conditioning to chemical treatmen...[Read More]
336 pages , CRC Press , 2004-06-02 This new RILEM report contains state-of-the-art reviews on three topics: recycling of demolished concrete, recycling of masonry rubble and localized cutting by blasting of concrete. It has been compiled by an international RILEM Committee and draws on research and practical experience worldwide.
592 pages , Random House , 2010-01-26 Although nearly 90\% of the population of Great Britain remained civilians throughout the war, or for a large part of it, their story has so far largely gone untold. In contrast with the thousands of books on military operations, barely any have concerned themselves with the individual's experience. The problems of the ordinary famil...[Read More]
212 pages , Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. , 2012-11-28 Environmental awareness and social mobilization is a growing issue in Latin America. This book discusses how co-operative recycling practices have been increasingly used as a strategy to contest both the waste problem and urban poverty. Selective waste collection and sorting materials out of the garbage stream has become ...[Read More]
752 pages , Elsevier , 2012-08-30 Electrical and electronic waste is a growing problem as volumes are increasing fast. Rapid product innovation and replacement, especially in information and communication technologies (ICT), combined with the migration from analog to digital technologies and to flat-screen televisions and monitors has resulted in some electronic products...[Read More]
164 pages , OECD Publishing , 2002-10-08 This report describes in particular an exercise based on a realistic, multiple-recycle scenario, which followed plutonium through five generations of recycling in a PWR.
362 pages , Thomas Telford , 2004 Proceedings of the International Conference organised by the Concrete and Masonry Research Group and held at Kingston University - London at 14-15 September 2004 With the introduction of waste legislation, in the form of regulations and directives, in many parts of the world a significant move towards sustainable waste management is beco...[Read More]
158 pages , Praeger , 2015-12 "The recycling myth is the perspective that is preached by industry, government, advocacy groups and even consumers that if we all do our part and recycle, this problem of litter and packaging waste can be eliminated. The goal of this book is an awakening that we must do a lot more than collect a beverage container to solve the problem of wa...[Read More]
232 pages , McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub , 2009 "This is a history of children's literature, an analysis of the modern conception of childhood, a study of the stylistics of children's literature, and a rhetorical examination of children's novels. All these are connected by a thesis exploring the nature of children's play and what it reveals about children's biolo...[Read More]