Solid Waste Management


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CHAPT 1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1.2 PURPOSE
1.3 SCOPE

CHAPT 2. BACKGROUND
2.1 STATUTORY AND REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS
2.1.1 Federal Regulations
2.1.2 State Regulations (General)
2.1.3 Department of Defense
2.1.4 Regulations Relevant to Incineration
2.2 IMPACTS OF SOLID WASTE GENERATION
2.3 INVOLVEMENT OF BASE PERSONNEL
2.3.1 Landfill Operations
2.3.2 Resource Recovery
2.3.3 Hazardous Wastes

CHAPT 3. MANAGEMENT ISSUES
3.1 PLANNING IN SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
3.1.1 Management Objectives
3.1.2 Collection and Hauling Options
3.1.3 Collection Management
3.1.4 EPA Checklist
3.1.5 Labor Relations
3.1.6 Route Planning
3.1.7 Collection Personnel
3.1.8 Transfer Stations
3.1.9 Scrap Recycling
3.2 DISPOSAL ALTERNATIVES
3.2.1 Contracting
3.2.2 Sanitary Landfill
3.2.3 Construction Debris or Demolition Landfill
3.2.4 Incineration
3.2.5 Composting
3.2.6 Pyrolysis
3.2.7 Materials Recovery
3.2.8 Miscellaneous Disposal Methods
3.2.9 Health and Safety Requirements
3.2.10 Cost Considerations
3.3 PLAN DEVELOPMENT
3.3.4 Planning Steps
3.4 PLAN SELECTION AND IMPLEMENTATION
3.4.4 Developing Alternatives

CHAPT 4. ENGINEERING AND OPERATIONAL ISSUES
4.1 GENERATION OF SOLID WASTES
4.1.5 Solid Waste Types
4.1.6 Waste Quantities
4.2 TYPES OF TECHNOLOGIES
4.2.3 Handling and Storage at Generation Site
4.2.4 Collection of Solid Wastes
4.2.5 Transfer and Transport
4.2.6 Sanitary Landfill Design and Operation
4.2.7 Landfilling Methods and Operations
4.2.8 Volume Reduction
4.3 RESOURCE RECOVERY AND RECYCLING
4.3.6 Recovery of Resources
4.3.7 Development of Resource Recovery and Recycling Program
4.3.8 Qualified Recycling Program (QRP)
4.3.9 Implementation
4.3.10 Resource Recovery and Recycling Program (RRRP) Operations
4.3.11 Operational Checklist
4.3.12 Strategies for Success
4.3.13 Financial Constraints
4.3.14 Recycle Planning Board
4.3.15 Audits
4.3.16 Waste Segregation Options
4.3.17 Recovery of Energy
4.3.18 Composting
4.4 WASTES REQUIRING SPECIAL HANDLING
4.4.3 Used Oils and Solvents
4.4.4 Asbestos Wastes
4.4.5 Radioactive Wastes
4.4.6 Infectious and Medical Wastes
4.4.7 PCB Wastes
4.5 HAZARDOUS WASTES
4.5.1 Definition of Hazardous Wastes
4.5.2 Hazardous Wastes Identification
4.5.3 Responsibilities
4.5.4 Hazardous Waste Management Plan
4.5.5 Hazardous Waste Handling, Storage, and Disposal
4.5.6 Treatment Alternatives
4.5.7 Petroleum Products
4.5.8 Used Solvent Elimination Program (USE)
4.5.9 Hazardous Waste Minimization Program
4.5.10 Household Hazardous Waste
4.5.11 Education and Training
4.5.12 Regulatory Requirement
4.5.13 Training Programs

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