April 2013

In this issue of EM, you will find several perspectives on the management of byproducts and remediation issues, focusing on innovative strategies to identify beneficial reuses for byproducts, the challenges that result from managing byproducts as wastes for disposal, and techniques for addressing environmental impacts that may be associated with historic management practices.

Inside This Month's Issue


Managing Solid and Hazardous Wastes and Minimizing Environmental Impacts
by Ann McIver and Edward Kropp

Waste Minimization Requirements and Options for Generators
by Florence Munter and Bill Chambers

Fuel or Waste? New Rule for Boilers and Energy Recovery
by Lisa Jaeger

Use of Institutional Controls during Remediation
of Contaminated Sites

Geoffrey Glanders, David Zbieszkowski, and John Sima

A&WMA and SURF Collaborate to Present Webinars on Emerging Remediation Approaches
by Geoffrey Glanders, David Zbieszkowski, and John Sima

Using Good Science to Communicate Toxicity, Exposure, and Risk
by Lisa Bradley

Also In This Issue

IT Insight: The Perfect Storm of Mobile, Social, Cloud, and Big Data
by Jill Barson Gilbert

Waste 101: Water Policy: Resource vs. Commodity
by Dan Mueller

Student Corner: Senior Capstone Projects
by Jake Shiraki and Kyle Eckart

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