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Title Energy & pollution control opportunities to the year 2000 / [compiled and edited by Marilyn Jackson].
Imprint Lilburn, GA : Fairmont Press, 1994.

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Subject Environmental engineering -- Congresses.
Chlorofluorocarbons -- Environmental aspects -- Congresses.
Air quality management -- Congresses.
Global warming -- Economic aspects -- Congresses.
Pollution control industry -- Congresses.
Alt Name Jackson, Marilyn.
Add Title Energy and pollution control opportunities to the year 2000
Description 1 online resource (xiv, 824 pages) : illustrations
Note "Compiled and edited by Marilyn Jackson."--Cover.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
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Reproduction Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010.
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ISBN 058519369X (electronic bk.)
9780585193694 (electronic bk.)
0881731897 (Fairmont Press)
9780881731897 (Fairmont Press)
0133000621 (Prentice-Hall)
9780133000627 (Prentice-Hall)
OCLC # 44959617
Additional Format Print version: Energy & pollution control opportunities to the year 2000. Lilburn, GA : Fairmont Press, 1994 0881731897 (DLC) 93073196 (OCoLC)29697756
Table of Contents
 Contributors 
 Acknowledgements 
 Introduction 
Sect. 1Environmental Management1
 Ch. 1Clean Air Act Amendments Overview and Update / W. C. Turner, R. A. Hyre, T. R. Lacki3
 Ch. 2Regulation of Hazardous Air Pollutants Emitted from Fossil-Fired Boilers / P. L. Hendrickson, K. K. Daellenbach11
 Ch. 3Phase-Out of CFC Usage in Industrial Refrigeration Equipment / W. E. Sullivan, B. G. Beach19
 Ch. 4RCRA Regulatory Developments / A. J. Tolman27
 Ch. 5Corrective Action Management Units (CAMUs) / R. J. Pulfrey35
 Ch. 6Billion-Dollar Environmental Projects Update / T. C. Walker, R. K. Miller39
 Ch. 7Site-Specific Criterion at a Textile Dyeing and Finishing Plant / R. Gross43
 Ch. 8Industrial Wastewater Toxicity Case Histories / S. C. White, S. D. Myers49
 Ch. 9Design of Effluent Diffuser Systems / Y. Seiner53
 Ch. 10Can Hazardous Materials Regulations be Met in a Cost-Effective Manner? / R. A. Willis63
 Ch. 11ASTM Standards for Environmental Site Assessments / J. C. Mauch67
 Ch. 12Preparation of Liquid Fuels for Use at Cement Kilns from Hazardous Waste Slurries Solid and Semi-Solid / R. R. Scott71
 Ch. 13An Overview of the SO[subscript 2] Allowance Market / J. S. Campbell77
 Ch. 14Management of Storm Water Runoff from Uncontrolled Hazardous Waste Sites / W. E. Norton81
 Ch. 15Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans for Industrial Activities / G. E. Seaburn89
 Ch. 16Storm Water Best Management Practices That Work / J. Oster95
 Ch. 17Energy, The Environment and the Economy: An Educational Pilot Program / P. Rojeski, P. Rose99
 Ch. 18Survey Analysis of Waste Generation and Minimization Opportunities in Small to Medium-Sized Manufacturing Facilities / R. J. Jendrucko, T. N. Coleman, T. M. Thomas105
 Ch. 19How to Transform Liabilities in Used Oils and Other Waste Fluids into Valuable Assets and Free Energy On-Site / J. W. Robertson, P. W. Wayte111
 Ch. 20Alternative Aviation Fuels: Near-Term Opportunities to Enhance Energy Independence and Improve Regional Air Quality / R. O. Price121
 Ch. 21Impact of Driving Trends in Automobile Fuel Efficiency / I. A. Vera129
 Ch. 22Resource Conservation and Recovery - A Worldwide Call to Action / J. P. Nicholson137
 Ch. 23Georgia Tech Experience and Plan in Environmental Science, Technology and Policy / C. S. Kiang143
 Ch. 24Patent Laws: Help or Hindrance in Solving Environmental Problems? / S. R. Foster149
 Ch. 25Evaluating the Performance of Active Noise Control Systems in Industrial Applications / S. Dineen, C. Depies, M. Lowe, S. Wise155
 Ch. 26Infrared High Temperature Thermal Desorption - An Alternative to Mobile Incineration / J. F. Rouleau159
Sect. 2CFCs and Indoor Air Quality165
 Ch. 27Update on Refrigerant Issues: Accelerated Phase-Out, Safety, and Refrigerant Management / B. B. Lindsay167
 Ch. 28Performance and Efficiency Evaluations of 11 Non-CFC Refrigerants / G. S. Kazachki, C. L. Gage173
 Ch. 29Criteria for Evaluation of the Efficiency Improvements in Vapor Compression Cycles Using Internal Heat Exchange / G. S. Kazachki183
 Ch. 30CFC Issues from a User's Point of View / C. W. Sohn, K. O. Homan, H. Gignilliat191
 Ch. 31Control of Indoor Air Pressure for Protection of Health, Preservation of Buildings and Conservation of Energy / J. E. Traudt199
 Ch. 32Indoor Air Quality and Energy: A Common Sense Approach / C. F. Wiles207
Sect. 3Global Warming213
 Ch. 33Energy Conservation Technologies for Global Warming Mitigation / H. A. Courtright215
 Ch. 34Fuel Cells for Energy Generation at Medical Centers / T. A. Damberger, V. W. Prue219
 Ch. 35A Methodology and Model for Costing of Environmental Impacts in the Austin Energy Conservation/DSM Process / Y. Ziming, A. J. de Leon227
 Ch. 36A "What if" Program for Creating Energy Efficient Scenarios / J. S. Tiller, C. Berish237
Sect. 4Energy Management Strategies245
 Ch. 37Energy Conservation Projects - Putting It All Together / E. J. Varno247
 Ch. 38Gas Management Strategies, Post-636 / G. H. Ausmus251
 Ch. 39Vojany Station Reconstruction, Repowering and Expansion Assessment / W. F. Coe, G. H. Griswold, J. C. Peyton255
 Ch. 40Implementing Demand-Side Management Through Integrated Resource Planning in Poland / J. Dybowski, E. Hille, D. Wolcott263
 Ch. 41Achieving Environmental Benefits with Industrial DSM Programs in Mexico / S. Herrera, R. Magana, I. Rodriguez, D. Wolcott273
 Ch. 42Managing the Risks of Performance Contracting / C. Kane281
 Ch. 43Protecting the "Host" in Performance Contracting for DSM / S. J. Hansen289
 Ch. 44Energy Efficiency in Industry and Agriculture: A North Carolina Experience / R. N. Elliott297
 Ch. 45A Facility Monitoring System: The Single Most Valuable and Cost-Effective Tool Available to an Energy Manager / W. A. Holmes307
 Ch. 46Improving Energy & Loss Efficiency: The Total Quality Way / F. J. Larranaga, V. Venkatesan313
 Ch. 47The Development of Strategic Energy Management Planning at New Jersey Transit / R. E. Owan323
 Ch. 48An Integrated Approach to Providing Solutions to HVAC Systems / E. C. Newcomb331
 Ch. 49Energy Savings in Computer/Data Centers / P. F. Hutchins, J. W. Wade, G. Sparts339
 Ch. 50Changing Utility Markets for Renewable Energy / K. DeGroat, C. Shay343
 Ch. 51Solar Integrated Pumping Applications / S. C. Turner357
 Ch. 52Recent Advances in Microprocessor Control and Variable Speed Drive Strategies for Small Wood-Fired Boilers: A Case Study / R. Clunie, R. Guibord, R. Gregoire363
 Ch. 53Automatic Processing of Photometric Data / C. E. Gracias, L. L. Smith, E. C. Noble367
Sect. 5Advances in Lighting Efficiency and Applications379
 Ch. 54Relighting Program - Furman University / P. Simpson381
 Ch. 55Lighting Maintenance Practices That Save Energy / R. A. Tucker385
 Ch. 56Upgrading "Modern" Lighting Systems / D. J. Burke395
 Ch. 57Lighting Systems That Promise Energy Efficiency: Fluorescent System Technology C 1993 / G. V. Preston405
 Ch. 58Bright Ideas: A Comprehensive Lighting Retrofit in an Academic Setting / E. H. Selmon, D. G. Groves413
 Ch. 59Lighting Retrofits; The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly / L. Czeschin, D. Doubek419
 Ch. 60Environmentally Responsible Disposal of Lighting Equipment / R. A. Penny425
 Ch. 61Turn Out Those Lights! Here Comes the Energy Patrol! A Step by Step Guide / W. B. Hardin435
Sect. 6HVAC Controls443
 Ch. 62Energy-Efficient Office Equipment: An Overview / L. A. Smith, M. Ledbetter445
 Ch. 63Case History: The Retrofit of a Run-Around Loop for Economical Humidity Control in a Surgery Center / W. Beckwith451
 Ch. 64Ground-Source Heat Pumps: A Feasibility Study / H. G. Nezhad461
 Ch. 65Marketing Opportunities With Thermal Storage / F. N. Broberg467
 Ch. 66Thermal Energy Storage - The Natural Way / K. Scheiss475
 Ch. 67Procedure for Analyzing Performance of a Thermal Energy Storage System Using an Energy and Demand Balance Approach / R. Troncoso, S. Reddy479
 Ch. 68Integration Enables Coordination of Diverse Building Systems / J. D. Petze489
 Ch. 69Are You Certain You Understand the Economics for Applying ASD Systems to Centrifugal Loads? / W. L. Stebbins497
 Ch. 70Simple Solutions to VSD Pumping Measures / R. R. Vaillencourt505
 Ch. 71Industrial District Cooling With Stratified Chilled Water Storage / D. P. Fiorino513
 Ch. 72Evaluation of the Technical and Economic Performance of Energy-Efficient Engine Driven Chillers (EDC) / D. J. Anderson521
 Ch. 73Electric Motor Do's and Don'ts / R. K. Hoshide533
 Ch. 74Improving the Performance of Small Type Air Conditioners / R. K. Alnajjar, S. A. Said, J. M. Saleem541
 Ch. 75Process Cooling Primary/Secondary Renovation / K. W. Gerken, C. D. Svard547
 Ch. 76Thermodynamic Analysis of a Combined Vapor Compression/Absorption Refrigeration System / D. R. Swalla, S. A. Sherif557
 Ch. 77Frosting and Defrosting Effects in Refrigeration Coils / S. A. Sherif563
Sect. 7Competitive Power Technologies567
 Ch. 78State PURPA Proceedings: Effects of Competition / R. D. Feldman569
 Ch. 79Wholesale Ratemaking for EWG's / E. L. Selgrade573
 Ch. 80Tracking the Bulk Power Market: Opportunity Among Municipal & Cooperative Systems / K. S. Knutson581
 Ch. 81Analysis of Cogeneration Systems / C. E. Gracias, L. S. Hoffstatter587
 Ch. 82Cogeneration Emissions Breakthrough / R. H. Warren599
 Ch. 83State of Florida Capitol Center Cogeneration Plant / J. R. Geers, C. D. Svard605
 Ch. 84Solar Thermal Electric Technologies for Power Generation / D. Kumar, G. D. Burch615
 Ch. 85Biomass Energy Generation - Trends and Outlook in California / J. H. Green621
 Ch. 86AT&T's 138 KV Substation Improves Power Quality and Reduces Costs / J. L. Fetters, W. M. Lewis631
Sect. 8Federal Energy Management Programs639
 Ch. 87Energy Conservation Technology Selection: An Agent-Based Approach / L. P. DeBaille, R. J. Nemeth, M. P. Case641
 Ch. 88Establishing a Money-Saving Energy Management Program at a DOD Research Facility / G. R. Kelly, M. E. Agudo, M. W. Delurey647
 Ch. 89Automated Utilities Damage Assessment (AUDA) System / R. Salavani, G. C. Laventure, M. D. Smith655
 Ch. 90Federal Energy Decision Screening (FEDS) Process at Fort Drum, New York / D. R. Dixon, K. K. Daellenbach, S. E. Rowley, A. H. Gillespie665
 Ch. 91Implementing Energy Performance Standards in Commercial and Federal Buildings / C. S. Warren, P. F. Hutchins675
 Ch. 92Financing the Best Federal Projects / M. Ginsberg685
 Ch. 93Identifying the Best Projects in the Federal Sector / M. Ginsberg695
 Ch. 94Exploring Energy and Environmental Opportunities: How the CFC Issue Can Work to Your Advantage / E. Dunham699
 Ch. 95Renewable Energy in the Department of Defense / G. D. Smith705
 Ch. 96120 KW Lightweight Mobile Generator / T. C. Hardy, D. Tormey711
 Ch. 97The Centralized Purchase of Natural Gas for DOD: The Details and Dollar Benefits / M. K. Iden719
 Ch. 98Central Energy Supply Planning for DOD Installations / M. J. Savoie, R. E. Moshage727
Sect. 9Demand-Side Management737
 Ch. 99Lessons from the Trenches - Niagara Mohawk's Commercial/Industrial Energy Survey Program / T. K. DePaull, T. C. Voigt739
 Ch. 100Moving the Industrial Motor Market: Development and Performance of BG&E's Efficient Motor Rebate Program / C. P. Packard, B. K. Hedden, P. Parfomak749
 Ch. 101Equipment Efficiency Levels for Utility Rebates - What Are the Right Ones? / D. Nadas755
 Ch. 102Understanding DSM Technologies Through Electronic Information Transfer / R. P. Penney763
 Ch. 103The Three E Project - Integrating Environmental Sensitivity, Energy Efficiency & Electricity / P. E. Conlan773
 Ch. 104From Demand-Side to Integrated Resource Planning: EPRI's DSManager and IRP-Manager Planning Models / M. D. Haakenstad, R. M. Running779
 Ch. 105HVAC Retirement: A New Demand-Side Management Program Strategy / J. Stein, C. Robertson, J. S. Wolpert787
 Ch. 106Designing Competitive Procurement Systems for Demand-Side Resources / J. C. Dalton, J. E. Higgins793
 Ch. 107The Agony and Ecstasy of Implementing DSM Bid Projects / F. G. Mitchell801
 Ch. 108Development of a DSM Infrastructure: Planning, Implementation, and Verification for Conservation Bidding / R. L. Bandy, J. S. Wolpert805
 Ch. 109What Utilities Are Saying about DSM Bidding / W. J. LeBlanc, M. R. McRae, J. S. Peters813
 Ch. 110Healthier Projects Through Measuring and Monitoring / J. A. Polaski821


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