Potential of Combustion Processes to Reduce Toxic Workplace Load:Catalytic Combustion of Volatile Organic Compounds in Workplaces Lambert Osawaru
This audiobook is filled with loads of recipes that will save you money compared to buying dog biscuits at the store. For example, the sweet-potato treats are simply going to be the cost of a sweet potato and the time it takes to make them, which isn´t very long. No more will you have to go to the store and buy bags of dog treats; instead you can make them yourself, taking out all of the preservatives and additives, or whatever ingredients cause allergies in your dog. Learn how to make peanut-butter dog treats, liver biscuits, easy sweet-potato treats, and 20 more. You can make them organic by simply substituting organic ingredients. Instead of wheat flour, which some dogs are allergic to, you can substitute brown-rice flour. I tried to make it easy, so some ingredients are easily interchangeable for whatever allergy your dog has. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Richard Caudill. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/029426de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Gregorio was back the next week with a load of grass fed organic island beef that was so good vegetarians had to reaffirm their faith in its presence. We had the kiawe wood fires going early and by late afternoon the coals were dancing. Kegs of Kona brewed beer were being offloaded and the Kihei Ice Truck had made it all the way in this time on our gravel road. The weather was doing its best to impress even hard core islanders with clear skies and warm breezes. Just another day in paradise. Our weekly luau was gearing up just nicely. Sandy and Coco were dressed in some kind of outfits that reminded me of Trader Vic meets Walt Disney. They were giggling and prancing around so much that it would have made burlap bags look good. Ma & Pa had friends in from Canada or some place really cold. These folks were breathing in the 72 degree air like it was some kind of incense. Hard winters were always good for business in the tropics. As I was organizing the bar a gentleman walked up to where I had several hemp towels stacked. He stood silently, waiting to get my attention. Finally, he did.I turned to see who was standing there. His hair was quite gray but had not yet made the leap to white. His eyes were well disguised behind some authentic looking Texas Sheriff sunglasses. His lips were drawn back in a half smile that hinted at sarcasm. On top of my hemp towels was a law enforcement style badge attached to a flip open wallet also containing his ID. Glancing at all that in one brief moment, I offered a little solicitously, ´´What you drinking officer?´´ He didn´t bite. ´´Are you the proprietor of this establishment?´´ His half smile faded a little. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Linda Jones. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/004925de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Marine environment is the largest habitat covering approximately 70% of the total earth surface. Oceans are the main regulatory agent of earths climate and harbour a huge diversity of living organisms. Marine environment provide a unique ecological niche to different microbes which play a significant role in nutrient recycling as well as various environmental activities. However with rapid industrialization, urbanisation, ship trafficking and mining activities enormous amounts of waste including heavy metals, hydrocarbons, chemicals, dyes, organic load, agriculture waste, pesticides, antifoulants (e.g. tributyltin) and bacterial pathogens have accumulated in marine/estuarine environments over several decades and pose a serious threat to marine macro and micro biota and humans and therefore require special attention. However some natural marine microbes are known to possess diverse resistance mechanisms and degradation pathways to variety of toxic pollutants and these unique characteristics of marine/estuarine bacteria proved to be an ideal tool in bioremediation of contaminated marine and estuarine environmental sites. Reclamation of marine polluted environments using marine microbes has been found to be effective, affordable and ecofriendly technological solution over conventional physical and chemical methods. Objective of this book is focus on marine pollution and application of marine microorganisms in cost effective and ecofriendly methods of pollution abatement. Dr. Milind Mohan Naik is PhD in Microbiology from Goa University. He joined the Department of Microbiology Goa University as Assistant Professor of Marine Microbiology in the year 2013. His research efforts have been focused on understanding the metal resistant mechanism in bacteria from marine and terrestrial environments and their potential applications in bioremediation of polluted environmental sites. He has published over 20 research papers. He is a recipient of SERB-DST Young scientist project award. He has guided 8 postgraduate dissertation projects. He also worked as Scientist C on Malaria Evolution in South Asia project funded by NIH and University of Washington, USA in National Institute of Malaria Research (ICMR). Worked as Scientist in Molbio diagnostics Pvt Ltd. Goa in Research & Development department in 2012. Research interest are environmental Microbiology and nanobiotechnology. Aim is to gain knowledge in the Research field of Marine Microbiology and Biotechnology with the aim of learning new concepts. Prof. Santosh Kumar Dubey is PhD. in Botany from BHU Uttar pradesh. He joined the Department of Microbiology, Goa University in the year 1996. His research efforts have been focused on understanding the metal resistant mechanism in bacteria from marine and terrestrial environments, Metagenomics, agriculture microbiology and molecular biology. He has published over 40 international research papers and 4 book chapters. He guided 9 Ph.D. students and 30 dissertation students. He has 5 post doc experiences in USA (Clarkson University; University at Buffalo; Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, New York, USA; University of Nevada Las Vegas, Las Vegas, USA) and recipient of JSPS fellowship Japan. Programme Coordinator, UGC sponsored Innovative - M.Sc programme in Marine Microbiology in Department of Microbiology, Goa University. Visiting Scientistship from Centre of Marine Environmental Studies, Ehime University, Matsuyama, Japan. National Overseas Scholarship (PDF) awarded by Department of Education M/O Human Resource Development, Govt. of India. Member, Institutional Biosafety committee, Goa University. Completed 2 major projects funded by DBT and DOD Govt. of India.
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The aim of this book is to present an overview of the state of the art with regard to the function, application and design of TWSs in order to better protect surface water from contamination. Accordingly, it also presents applications of constructed wetlands with regard to climatic and cultural aspects. The use of artificial and natural treatment wetland systems (TWSs) for wastewater treatment is an approach that has been developed over the last thirty years. Europe is currently home to roughly 10,000 constructed wetland treatment systems (CWTSs), which simulate the aquatic habitat conditions of natural marsh ecosystems; roughly 3,500 systems are in operation in Germany alone. TWSs can also be found in many other European countries, for example 200 - 400 in Denmark, 400 - 600 in Great Britain, and ca. 1,000 in Poland. Most of the existing systems serve as local or individual household treatment systems. CWTSs are easy to operate and do not require specialized maintenance; further, no biological sewage sludge is formed during treatment processes. As TWSs are resistant to fluctuations in hydraulic loads, they are primarily used in rural areas as well as in urbanized areas with dispersed habitats, where conventional sewer systems and central conventional wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) cannot be applied due to the high costs they would entail. TWSs are usually applied at the 2nd stage of domestic wastewater treatment, after mechanical treatment, and/or at the 3rd stage of treatment in order to ensure purification of effluent from conventional biological reactors and re-naturalization. New applications of TWSs include rainwater treatment as well as industrial and landfill leachate treatment. TWSs are well suited to these fields, as they can potentially remove not only organic matter and nitrogen compounds but also trace metals and traces of persistent organic pollutants and pathogens. Based on the practical experience gathered to date, and on new research regarding the processes and mechanisms of pollutant removal and advances in the systems properties and design, TWSs continue to evolve.
This book offers a comprehensive and accessible guide covering various aspects of trace metal contamination in abiotic and biotic matrices of an iconic Indian tropical mangrove wetland - Sundarban. Divided into nine chapters, the book begins by discussing the fundamental concepts of sources, accumulation rate and significance of trace metal speciation, along with the impact of multiple stressors on trace metal accumulation, taking into account both tourist activities and the exacerbating role of climate change. The second chapter presents a detailed account of the sampling strategy and preservation of research samples, followed by exhaustive information on sediment quality assessment and ecological risk, instrumental techniques in environmental chemical analyses, quality assurance and quality control, along with the Sediment Quality Guidelines (SQGs). Using raw data, the sediment quality assessment indices (e.g., pollution load index, index of geoaccumulation, Nemerow Pollution Load Index etc.) and conventional statistical analyses are worked out and interpreted precisely, allowing students to readily evaluate and interpret them. This is followed by chapters devoted to trace metal accumulation in sediments and benthic organisms, as well as acid-leachable and geochemical fractionation of trace metals in sediments. The book then focuses on chemical speciation of butylin and arsenic in sediments as well as macrozoobenthos (polychaetous annelids). Finally, potential positive role of the dominant mangrove Avicennia in sequestering trace metals from rhizosediments of Sundarban Wetland is elaborately discussed. This timely reference book provides a versatile and in-depth account for understanding the emerging problems of trace metal contamination - issues that are relevant for many countries around the globe. Dr. Santosh Kumar Sarkar, Professor of Marine Science, University of Calcutta, has over 30 years of research experience in marine and estuarine ecology, biology and geochemistry. He has authored more than 70 peer-reviewed scientific articles and several book chapters and also edited a book. He has been the Principal Investigator for 12 national projects in India and 7 international collaborative research projects. He has engaged in collaborative research work with renowned research institutes around the globe, namely, the Institute Rudjer Boskovic, Croatia; University of Genoa and University of Milan, Italy ; IPIMAR/INRB IP, Portugal ; University of Edinburgh, British Geological Survey, UK; University of Wuppertal, Germany; CSIRO, Adelaide, Australia; Masaryk University, Czech Republic and Fluminense Federal University,Brazil. He published the book Loricate Ciliate Tintinnids in a Tropical Mangrove Wetland: Diversity, Distribution and Impact of Climate Change with Springer in 2014, as well as another book titled Marine Organic Micropollutants: A Case Study of the Indian Sundarban Mangrove Wetland with Springer (forthcoming).