Safe Disposal of Hazardous Wastes: The Special Needs and by James E. Smith, Roger Batstone, David Wilson

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J. , Edmonton, Alberta, Canada 26. Dr. Owona Rummel-Bulska, Environmental Law and Machinery, UNEP, Nairobi, Kenya 27. Dr. Z. Hamzeh, Ministry of Health, Amman, Jordan 28. Dr. Suma'mur P. , National Centre of Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health, Jakarta, Indonesia 29. P. K. Ray, Industrial Toxicology Research Centre, Lucknow, U. , India 30. Peter Martyn, International Primary Aluminium Institute, London, United Kingdom 31. Dr. John H. C. 32. C. C. 33. Christopher M. C. 34. Dr. P. Anton and Mr.

Dr. Z. Hamzeh, Ministry of Health, Amman, Jordan 28. Dr. Suma'mur P. , National Centre of Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health, Jakarta, Indonesia 29. P. K. Ray, Industrial Toxicology Research Centre, Lucknow, U. , India 30. Peter Martyn, International Primary Aluminium Institute, London, United Kingdom 31. Dr. John H. C. 32. C. C. 33. Christopher M. C. 34. Dr. P. Anton and Mr. Grabenbauer, Fichtner Engineers, Stuttgart, FRG 35. Mike Scott, ERL, London 36. Lawrence J. Doucet, Doucet & Mainka Consulting Engineers, Peekskill, New York, USA.

Hazardous waste disposal is a dynamic problem, and there is on-going work in these countries on standards and licensing procedures. Present priorities vary depending on the stage of development and implementation of the control systems. 8). · In other places, continuing implementation of regulations and provision of adequate facilities, either for landfill or for treatment of hazardous wastes, or both, are seen as high priorities. · In a number of countries it is not the absence of facilities that presents a problem, but rather competition between landfill and treatment facilities.

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