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By M. Meltzer

Analyzes choices to land disposal of unsafe steel waste streams, targeting tips on how to hinder waste new release. resource aid, recycling and remedy suggestions are coated.

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Sept. 1985. S. Dept. of the Interior r-+ -. o a. c (") ~. o ::J 12 Metal-Bearing Waste Streams than seek ways to treat and dispose of them. Adding to this trend is the continuing liability that generators face for their wastes, even after they have shipped them to a disposal site. A listing of State and Federal regulations applicable to the management of metal wastes is included in Appendix E. 2 WASTE MANAGEMENT HIERARCHY TIle waste management hierarchy is an ordering of types of hazardous waste management options that is a function of each option's possible environmental impact (USEPA 1988, Wolf 1988).

J *SR = Source reduction R = Recycling T = Treatment " o C ::::J a. 6 REFERENCES ASM. 1988. Metals Handbook, Ninth Edition volume 15: Metals International, Metals Park, OH. Castin~. O. August 1983. " Journal Qf Metals. 3Q-36. , 0' Keefe, T. , and Morris, A E. 1982. "Sulphation and Removal of Zinc from Electric Steelmaking Furnace Flue Dusts". IrQnmakin~ and Steelmakin~. Vol. 6. pp 258-266. DHS. February 1989. Detoxifyint: Foundry Sand. California Department of Health Services, Toxic Substances Control Division, Alternative Technology Section.

Dept. of Commerce. Bureau of the Census. Sept. 1985. S. Dept. of the Interior r-+ -. o a. c (") ~. o ::J 12 Metal-Bearing Waste Streams than seek ways to treat and dispose of them. Adding to this trend is the continuing liability that generators face for their wastes, even after they have shipped them to a disposal site. A listing of State and Federal regulations applicable to the management of metal wastes is included in Appendix E. 2 WASTE MANAGEMENT HIERARCHY TIle waste management hierarchy is an ordering of types of hazardous waste management options that is a function of each option's possible environmental impact (USEPA 1988, Wolf 1988).

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