This comprehensive new edition tackles the multiple aspects of environmental engineering, from solid waste disposal to air and noise pollution. It places a much-needed emphasis on fundamental concepts, definitions, and problem-solving while providing updated problems and discussion questions in each chapter. "Introduction to Environmental Engineering" also includes a discussion of environmental legislation, along with environmental ethics case studies and problems to present the legal framework that governs environmental engineering design.
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Comprehensive overview of environmental engineering includes coverage of hydrology, air pollution, solid waste, noise, hazardous waste, and ionizing radiation.
Mass balance concepts are introduced early in the text and integrated throughout the remaining chapters.
Waste minimization is addressed for each topic discussed. Examples are also given to illustrate the benefits of waste minimization.
Learning objectives, worked examples, homework and computer problems, and discussion questions are located throughout the text to help students review and apply the concepts they have learned.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 71152342