Handbook of Industrial and Hazardous Wastes Treatment by Lawrence K.King (EDT) et al.,

By Lawrence K.King (EDT) et al.,

1. Implementation of commercial ecology for business damaging waste administration / Lawrence ok. Wang, Donald B. Aulenbach -- 2. Bioassay of business and unsafe waste pollution / Sveltana Yu. Selivanovskaya ... [et al.] -- three. remedy of pharmaceutical wastes / Sudhir Kumar Gupta, Sunil Kumar Gupta, Yung-Tse Hung -- four. remedy of oilfield and refinery wastes / Joseph M. Wong, Yung-Tse Hung -- five. therapy of steel finishings wastes / Olcay Tunay, Isik Kabdash, Yung-Tse Hung -- 6. therapy of photographic processing wastes / Thomas W. Bober ... [et al.] -- 7. therapy of cleaning soap and detergent wastes / Constantine Yapijakis, Lawrence ok. Wang -- eight. remedy of cloth wastes / Thomas Bechtold, Eduard Burtscher, Yung-Tse Hung -- nine. remedy of phosphate wastes / Constantine Yapijakis, Lawrence okay. Wang -- 10. therapy of pulp and paper mill wastes / Suresh Sumathi, Yung-Tse Hung -- eleven. In-plant administration and disposal of commercial detrimental ingredients / Lawrence okay. Wang -- 12. program of biotechnology for business waste therapy / Joo-Hwa Tay ... [et al.] -- thirteen. remedy of dairy processing wastewaters / Trevor J. Britz, Carne van Schalkwyk, Yung-Tse Hung -- 14. Seafood processing wastewater remedy / Joo-Hwa Tay, Kuan-Yeow convey, Yung-Tse Hung -- 15. therapy of meat wastes / Charles J. Banks, Zhengjian Wang -- sixteen. therapy of palm oil wastewaters / Modh Ali Hassan ... [et al.] -- 17. Olive oil waste remedy / Adel Awad, Hanna Salman, Yung-Tse Hung -- 18. Potato wastewater remedy / Yung-Tse Hung ... [et al.] -- 19. Stormwater administration and therapy / Constantine Yapijakis ... [et al.] -- 20. website remediation and groundwater decontamination / Lawrence ok. Wang -- 21. pollutants prevention / J. Paul Chen ... [et al.] -- 22. remedy of pesticide wastes / Joseph M. Wong -- 23. cattle waste remedy / J. Paul Chen ... [et al.] -- 24. delicate drink waste therapy / J. Paul Chen, Swee-Song Seng, Yung-Tse Hung -- 25. Bakery waste remedy / J. Paul Chen ... [et al.] -- 26. Explosive waste therapy / J. Paul Chen ... [et al.] -- 27. nutrients waste remedy / Masao Ukita, Tsuyoshi Imai, Yung-Tse Hung -- 28. therapy of landfill leachate / Michal Bodzek, Joanna Surmacz-Gorska, Yung-Tse Hung -- 29. On-site tracking and research of business toxins / Jerry R. Taricska, Yung-Tse Hung, Kathleen Hung Li -- 30. remedy of rubber wastes / Jerry R. Taricska ... [et al.] -- 31. remedy of bushes wastes / Lawrence ok. Wang -- 32. remedy of energy wastes / Lawrence ok. Wang

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A. 1 INTRODUCTION Persistent contaminants in the environment affect human health and ecosystems. It is important to assess the risks of these pollutants for environmental policy. Ecological risk assessment (ERA) is a tool to estimate adverse effects on the environment from chemical or physical stressors. S. Department of Energy (US DOE) to accomplish waste management [1]. Toxicity bioassays are the important line of evidence in an ERA. Recent environmental legislation and increased awareness of the risk of soil and water pollution have stimulated a demand for sensitive and rapid bioassays that use indigenous and ecologically relevant organisms to detect the early stages of pollution and monitor subsequent ecosystem change.

In the past few years the use of rotifers in ecotoxicological studies have substantially increased. The main endpoints used are mortality, reproduction, behavior, cellular biomarkers, mesocosms and species diversity in natural populations [126]. Several workers have used Brachionus calyciflorus for various types of toxicity assessments. Thus, comprehensive evaluation of approximately 400 environmental samples for the toxicity assessment of solid waste elutriates, monitoring wells, effluents, sediment pore water, and sewage sludge was carried out by Persoone and Janssen [127].

2 Tests Based on Enzyme Activity Enzyme activity tests can be used to describe the functional effects of toxic compounds on microbial populations. Many enzymes are used for toxicity estimation. The enzymes used to assess the toxicity of solid-associated contaminants (soils, composts, wastes) are phosphatase, urease, oxidoreductase, dehydrogenase, peroxidase, cellulase, protease, amidase, etc. Determining dehydrogenase activity is the most common method used in enzyme toxicity tests [11,29]. The method measures a broad oxidizing spectrum and does not necessarily correlate with the number of microbes, production of carbon dioxide, or oxygen demand.

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