Integrated Solid Waste Management: A Life Cycle Inventory / Edition 2

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Overview

The first edition described the concept of Integrated Waste Management (IWM), and the use of Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) to provide a way to assess the environmental and economic performance of solid waste systems. Actual examples of IWM systems and published accounts of LCI models for solid waste are now appearing in the literature. To draw out the lessons learned from these experiences a significant part of this 2nd edition focuses on case studies - both of IWM systems, and of where LCI has been used to assess such systems. The 2nd edition also includes updated chapters on waste generation, waste collection, central sorting, biological treatment, thermal treatment, landfill and materials recycling.

This 2nd edition also provides a more user-friendly model (IWM-2) for waste managers. To make it more widely accessible, this edition provides the new tool in Windows format, with greatly improved input and output features, and the ability to compare different scenarios. A detailed user's guide is provided, to take the reader through the use of the IWM-2 model, step by step. IWM-2 is designed to be an "entry level" LCI model for solid waste - user-friendly and appropriate to users starting to apply life cycle thinking to waste systems - while more expert users will also find many of the advanced features of the IWM-2 model helpful. IWM-2 is delivered on CD inside the book.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780632058891
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/28/2001
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 544
  • Product dimensions: 6.20 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Forbes McDougal and Marina Franke lead Procter & Gamble's Global Integrated Solid Waste Management Team. Peter White is an Associate Director in Procter & Gamble's Corporate Sustainable Development Department, and Peter Hindle is a Director of Procter & Gamble's External Relations Department

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Table of Contents

Introduction; Section 1: Integrated Waste Management and Life Cycle Asssessment; Integrated waste management; The development of integrated waste management systems: case studies and their analysis; Life cycle assessment; A life cycle inventory of solid waste; Life cycle inventory case studies; The overall picture; Section 2: Solid Waste Management Systems; Solid waste generation and composition; Waste collection; Central sorting; Biological treatment; Thermal treatment; Landfilling; Materials recycling; Section 3: IWM-2 - A User's Guide; WM-2: a life cycle inventory model for integrated waste management; Waste inputs; Waste collection; MRF and RDF sorting; Biological treatment; Thermal treatment; Landfilling; Materials recycling; Advanced settings; Waste flow button; Streams button; Scenario comparisons; What parameters have changed?

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