Factory and trade waste, Groundwater pollution, Florida, Hazardous substances
Although the East Central Florida area is not heavily industrialized, its dependence on groundwater resources makes it especially vulnerable to contamination by poor waste disposal practices. The East Central Florida area was studied to discover the nature and disposal of hazardous wastes generated. It was found that a large portion of hazardous wastes in the region were from very small industries, distributors, and even consumers. Three of the most toxic and/or voluminous waste problems in the area--metal plating wastes, pesticide wastes, and hospital wastes--were studied to determine available alternatives for disposal and their costs.
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Cooper, C. David
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Factory and trade waste -- Florida, Groundwater -- Pollution -- Florida, Hazardous substances
Bell, Tracey, "Treatment and Disposal of Hazardous Wastes in the East Central Florida Region" (1979). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 398.
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Cooper, C. David [VIAF]
Cooper, C. David [LC]