Good in Poor jacket. Signed by Previous Owner Text in English (236 pages). Signed by previous owner (rubber stamps). Good condition, tight binding, unmarked pages. Includes dust jacket (poor condition: 1-inch hole on spine). Provides a complete orientation in wastewater sludge technology, and thoroughly treats collection and disposal. Sources and quantities of sludge, its characteristics, stabilization, pumping, thickening, dewatering, conditioning, drying and combustion, and ultimate disposal are covered in detail. Bookshelf S-51. Keywords: Environmental Engineering & Technology; Non-Fiction; Sewage sludge; Technology.
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Good in Poor jacket. 6.25 x 9.5. Dj has heavy wear, rubbing and chippingk numerous edge tears up to 1.5 inches long and small pieces missing, book has minor wear, corners and ends of spine lightly bumped, binding tight, pages unmarked, ix + 236 pages including index, mechanics of handling and treatment of waste water to remove solids, formulated on physical characteristics of the wastewater rather than any specific type of waste or origianl process, bw illustrations, tables and graphs.
Good. Good Good Ann Arbor Science Publishers, Hardback/surplus library copy with usua l libr ary stampings; reference number taped to spine; otherwise in ve ry go od cond ition with clean text, tight binding;
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