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Chapter 1
Introduction to Solid Waste and Its ManagementSample .
Chapter 2
The Role of Waste Management in the Green Economy: An Empirical Analysis of Economic Data of the BusinessSample .
Chapter 3
Effective Waste Water Treatment and its ManagementSample .
Chapter 4
The Fundamentals of Water and Natural WatersSample .
Chapter 5
Chemical and Biological Processes for Nutrients Removal and RecoverySample .
Chapter 6
Introduction of Environmental MaterialsSample .
Chapter 7
Introduction to Leachate TreatmentSample .
Chapter 8
A Review of Emerging Contaminants in Water: Classification, Sources, and Potential RisksSample .
Chapter 9
Integrated Leachate Treatment TechnologySample .
Chapter 10
Structure Development for Effective Medical Waste and Hazardous Waste Management SystemSample .
Chapter 11
Design and Operation of Semi-Aerobic LandfillSample .
Chapter 12
Items of Consideration in the Design of a Malaysian LandfillSample .
Chapter 13
An Approach to Sustainable Watershed Management: Case Studies on Enhancing Sustainability with Challenges of Water in Western MaharashtraSample .
Chapter 14
Characteristics of Chitosan Nanoparticles for Water and Wastewater Treatment: Chitosan for Water TreatmentSample .
Chapter 15
Life Cycle Costing on Waste ManagementSample .
Chapter 16
A Decision Support System for Sustainable Waste CollectionSample .
Chapter 17
SCOR Model and the Green Supply ChainSample .
Chapter 18
Participation Framework to Sustainability: The Undercurrents in Bottled-Water Production and ConsumptionSample .
Chapter 19
Water Quality Impacts of Abattoir Activities in Southern AfricaSample .
Chapter 20
Green Manufacturing: The Need of the Hour for Developing Nations – A Case StudySample .
Chapter 21
Applications of Nanomaterials for Water Treatment: A Future AvenueSample .
Chapter 22
Determination of Rate of Medical Waste Generation Using RVM, MARS and MPMRSample .
Chapter 23
Decision Insights for Shipbreaking using Environmental Impact Assessment: Review and PerspectivesSample .
Chapter 24
Advanced Nanomaterials for the Removal of Chemical Substances and Microbes From Contaminated and Waste WaterSample .
Chapter 25
Constructed Wetlands: Description and Benefits of an Eco-Tech Water Treatment SystemSample .
Chapter 26
Systems Based on Physical-Chemical Processes: Nutrient Recovery for Cycle ClosureSample .
Chapter 27
Constructed Wetlands for Industrial Wastewater Treatment and Removal of NutrientsSample .
Chapter 28
Economic Instruments for Sustainable Environmental ManagementSample .
Chapter 29
Water Quality Prediction Using Statistical Tool and Machine Learning AlgorithmSample .
Chapter 30
The Contribution of ICTs to Sustainable Urbanization and Health in Urban Areas in CameroonSample .
Chapter 31
Advanced Nanomaterials for Water Engineering and Treatment: Nano-Metal Oxides and Their NanocompositesSample .
Chapter 32
Geopolymer Sourced with Fly Ash and Industrial Aluminum Waste for Sustainable MaterialsSample .
Chapter 33
Removal of Emerging Contaminants from Water and Wastewater Using Nanofiltration TechnologySample .
Chapter 34
Physical Treatment Technologies for Landfill Leachate: Performance and LimitationSample .
Chapter 35
Heavy Metal(loid) Remediation Using Bio-Waste: A Potential Low-Cost Green Technology for Cleaning EnvironmentSample .
Chapter 36
Biological Treatment Technology for Landfill LeachateSample .
Chapter 37
Scientific Insights Into Modified and Non-Modified Biomaterials for Sorption of Heavy Metals From WaterSample .
Chapter 38
Waste Disposal: Sustainable Waste Treatments and Facility Siting ConcernsSample .
Chapter 39
Assessment of Available Technologies for Hospital Waste Management: A Need for SocietySample .
Chapter 40
Mystery of Recycling: Glass and Aluminum ExamplesSample .
Chapter 41
Sustainable Environmental Service - Knowledge Management: A Case of Bangkok MSW ManagementSample .
Chapter 42
Leachate Generation, Transport, and ControlSample .
Chapter 43
Bioremediation of Agricultural, Municipal, and Industrial WastesSample .
Chapter 44
Polymer Consumption, Environmental Concerns, Possible Disposal Options, and Recycling for Water TreatmentSample .
Chapter 45
Utilization of SVM, LSSVM and GP for Predicting the Medical Waste GenerationSample .
Chapter 46
Heavy Metal Pollution and its Management: Bioremediation of Heavy MetalSample .
Chapter 47
Leachate Treatment: Case Studies in Selected European and Asian CountriesSample .
Chapter 48
On-Site Sanitation Systems for Low-Income Countries: Technical Guidelines for Groundwater Pollution and Nuisance ControlSample .
Chapter 49
Mining Spatial Patterns of Distribution of Uranium in Surface and Ground Waters in UkraineSample .
Chapter 50
Supercritical Fluids as a Tool for Green Energy and ChemicalsSample .
Chapter 51
Life Cycle Costing for SustainabilitySample .
Chapter 52
Advancement in Bioremediation of Pharmaceutical and Personal Care ProductsSample .
Chapter 53
Treatment of Landfill Leachate by Anammox ProcessSample .
Chapter 54
Application of Potential Biological Agents in Green Bioremediation Technology: Case StudiesSample .
Chapter 55
Effective Management of Agro-Industrial Residues as Composting in Mushroom Industry and Utilization of Spent Mushroom Substrate for BioremediationSample .
Chapter 56
Bioremediation of Pharmaceutical WastesSample .
Chapter 57
Legislation for Solid Waste ManagementSample .
Chapter 58
Giving Waste a Second Chance: Public Awareness and Youth EmpowermentSample .
Chapter 59
Leachate Pollution and Impact to EnvironmentSample .
Chapter 60
Socio-Economic and Environmental Impacts of Poor Paper Management at Higher Education Institutions in Ethiopia: Evidence From Hawassa UniversitySample .
Chapter 61
Long-Term Performance Evaluation of Groundwater Chlorinated Solvents Remediation Using Nanoscale Emulsified Zerovalent Iron at a Superfund SiteSample .
Chapter 62
Government's Role in Setting Optimal Policies for Green Supply ChainSample .
Chapter 63
Green IT Adoption Practices in Education Sector: A Developing Country PerspectiveSample .
Chapter 64
Selecting Demolition Waste Materials Disposal Alternatives Using Fuzzy TOPSIS TechniqueSample .
Chapter 65
Toward Achieving Environmental Sustainability in the Computer IndustrySample .
Chapter 66
Remanufacturing, an Added Value Product Recovery StrategySample .
Chapter 67
Applicability of ANN in Adsorptive Removal of Cd(II) from Aqueous SolutionSample .
Chapter 68
Occurrence and Treatment of Micropollutants in Landfill LeachateSample .
Chapter 69
Green Information Technology Usage: Awareness and Practices of Philippine IT ProfessionalsSample .
Chapter 70
Revisiting the Conflicts between ‘Environmental Taxes vs Standard' in the Context of International Trade: The Role of Waste RecyclingSample .
Chapter 71
Access to Safe Drinking Water: A Low Income Sustainable Water Purification SystemSample .
Chapter 72
Increase of Transportation Efficiencies and Emission Reduction within a CitySample .
Chapter 73
Human Overpopulation and Water Pollution: Reduction of Microbial Pollution by Vertical Flow Constructed WetlandSample .
Chapter 74
Nanotechnology for Filtration-Based Point-of-Use Water Treatment: A Review of Current UnderstandingSample .
Chapter 75
Novel Bioremediation Methods in Waste Management: Novel Bioremediation MethodsSample .
Chapter 76
Modeling of Polypropylene Modified Bitumen Mix Design Results Using Regression AnalysisSample .
Chapter 77
Reverse Logistics in the Electronics Waste IndustrySample .

As the world's population continues to grow and economic conditions continue to improve, more solid and liquid waste is being generated by society. Improper disposal methods can not only lead to harmful environmental impacts but can also negatively affect human health. To prevent further harm to the world's ecosystems, there is a dire need for sustainable waste management practices that will safeguard the environment for future generations.

Waste Management: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications is a vital reference source that examines the management of different types of wastes and provides relevant theoretical frameworks about new waste management technologies for the control of air, water, and soil pollution. Highlighting a range of topics such as contaminant removal, landfill treatment, and recycling, this multi-volume book is ideally designed for environmental engineers, waste authorities, solid waste management companies, landfill operators, legislators, environmentalists, policymakers, government officials, academicians, researchers, and students.

Information Resources Management Association (IRMA) is a research-based professional organization dedicated to advancing the concepts and practices of information resources management in modern organizations. IRMA's primary purpose is to promote the understanding, development and practice of managing information resources as key enterprise assets among IRM/IT professionals. IRMA brings together researchers, practitioners, academicians, and policy makers in information technology management from over 50 countries.

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