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An individual's perception of risk develops from his or her values, beliefs, and experiences. Social scientists have identified factors that affect perceptions of risk, such as whether the risk is… (More)
Common sense management is the best defense against odor impacts at the land application site. The real ability to control odors in biosolids is at the wastewater treatment plant itself.
Composting activity across all categories of organic residuals is steadily increasing in the United States. There are fourteen municipal solid waste composting facilities, 250 biosolids composting… (More)
The most common screening units in use at composting sites are deck / flat, disc, grizzly, orbital, star and trommel screens. More recently, facilities are adding an air separation step to remove… (More)
A combination of screens, sorting lines, belt magnets and conveyance systems enable a transfer station to pull marketable materials out of dry loads of commercial waste streams and C&D.
Part II of the 2000 State of Garbage in America shifts to the diversion side of MSW (municipal solid waste) management, focusing on recycling, composting and wood recovery.
Two new facilities came on line in 2006, while one ceased operation and a second is shifting to a new technology. Annual survey identifies a total of 14 plants.
To assess to what extent auditory sensory deprivation affects biological rhythmicity, sleep/wakefulness cycle and 24 h rhythm in locomotor activity were examined in golden hamsters after bilateral… (More)