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Potential effects of deep-well waste disposal in western New York

Roger M. Waller

Potential effects of deep-well waste disposal in western New York

by Roger M. Waller

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (State),
  • Lackawanna.
    • Subjects:
    • Waste disposal in the ground -- New York (State) -- Lackawanna.,
    • Steel -- Pickling -- Waste disposal.,
    • Deep-well disposal -- New York (State) -- Lackawanna.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 38-39.

      Statementby Roger M. Waller, John T. Turk, and Robert J. Dingman ; prepared in cooperation with the New York State Geological Survey.
      SeriesGeological Survey professional paper ; 1053, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 1053.
      ContributionsTurk, John T., joint author., Dingman, Robert J. 1921-, New York State Geological Survey.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD761 .W34
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 39 p. :
      Number of Pages39
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4693513M
      LC Control Number77608160

      Urbanisation has been blooming, bringing cities in to in and in (Ministry of Construction, The rapid urbanisation has led to negative environmental impacts, putting Disposal by Ploughing into fields. Not very commonly used; Not environment friendly in general; Disposal by hog feeding. Not common in India; Refuse is ground well in grinders and then fed into sewers; Disposal of garbage into sewers – BOD and TSS increases by %; Disposal of residual refuse – still a problem; Salvaging

      Veil, J.A., , “New Technologies for Managing Oil Field Waste,” ETCE , Proceedings of the 23rd Energy Sources Technology Conference and Exposition, Houston, TX, February , available from American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, :// In New York, water levels in a significant area of western Long Island had been drawn down below sea level by the early 's due to ground-water pumpage, much of it for air conditioning. The cool ground water was used to cool air in heat exchangers, and then often discharged to ://

      Waste reduction plants arrive in US. (for compressing organic wastes). Later closed because of noxious emissions. New York: NY has first rubbish sorting plant for recycling (are we reinventing the wheel?). Turn of Century: By the turn of the century the garbage problem was seen as one of the greatest problems for local authorities.   The inhabitants of the Western world are consumers. In a world where mass production is the norm, it is not a surprise that we are drowning in garbage. But this is not one of those doomsday articles that focuses on the problem, only to leave the reader guilt-ridden and hopeless. Being aware of the problems we’re facing is important, but without hope, it’s hard to feel motivated to do what


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Potential effects of deep-well waste disposal in western New York by Roger M. Waller Download PDF EPUB FB2

Mathematical and laboratory models were used to observe, respectively, the hydraulic and chemical reactions that may take place during proposed injection of a highly acidic, iron-rich waste pickle liquor into a deep waste-disposal well in western New York.

Field temperature and pressure conditions were simulated in the tests. Hydraulic pressure in the middle stages of the initial ( Get this from a library.

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