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A method to evaluate aquatic mortality given a pollutant distribution is presented and applied to several sample low pH plumes representing various ocean CO2 disposal schemes. The method is an improvement over current analysis because it integrates the mortality due to time‐varying exposure to low pH with the probabilistic experiences of passive organisms subject to turbulent lateral ...

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  • S-SERIES - Cambridge Air

    Cambridge Air Solutions 2 S-Series Technical Manual HAZARD SUMMARY Hazard Identification Warnings and Cautions appear at appropriate sections throughout this manual. Read these carefully. mWARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which could result in death or serious injury.

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  • Disposal in the deep sea: analogue of nature - Cambridge Core

    In the past the deep sea has been used as a repository for sewage, dredge spoil and radioactive waste. In addition, there has been interest in the disposal of large man-made objects and, more recently, the disposal of industrially-produced carbon dioxide. Some of the materials disposed of in the deep sea may have natural analogues.

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  • CAMBRIDGE S-SERIES

    • Safe – Non-recirculating Cambridge® HTHV Heaters have less than 5.0 ppm carbon monoxide and 0.5 ppm nitrogen dioxide at all firing rates. S-Series HTHV Heaters use 100% fresh outside air to improve indoor air quality. • Max Performance - Despite misleading claims by our competitors, only Cambridge has a certified heater

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  • Sulfur Oxide Removal from Waste Gases

    Figure 1. Removal of SO2 from stack gases by scrubbing with lime or limestone slurry. The growing problem of atmospheric pollution by sulfur oxide emission has stimulated a large amount of research and devel-opment on methods for removing the pollutant from waste gases. Many types of processes have been proposed—oxida-

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  • University of Cambridge Footprinting and Analysis of Scope 3

    AECOM University of Cambridge: Element 1: Final Report 2 Capabilities on project: Building Engineering Context The University of Cambridge (the “University”) is required to report on carbon dioxide (CO 2) emissions as a condition of its funding and reporting process. These CO 2 emissions can be broken down into the following types: x Scope 1.

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  • Battery Safety Reference Guide

    Lithium-Sulfur Dioxide (Li-SO 2) and Lithium-Manganese Dioxide (Li-MnO 2) Multi-Cell Battery Disposal Processing Procedures The following procedures must be followed in order to safely process LiSO 2 and Li-MnO 2 multi-Cell batteries for disposal. Complete Discharge Devices (CDD) are utilized in multi-cell LiSO

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  • Waste Management - IPCC

    expand waste management options to achieve GHG mitigation goals – in the context of integrated waste management, local technology decisions are a function of many competing variables, including waste quantity and characteristics, cost and financing issues, infrastructure requirements including

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  • SODASORB® MANUAL OF CO ABSORPTION

    At this time, it was recognized that soda lime could be used to remove carbon dioxide from exhaled gases in closed circuit anesthesia systems. Dennis Jackson’s laboratory work in 1915 with animals and, to a limited extent, with humans provided important information on carbon dioxide absorption in closed circuit nitrous oxide systems.

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  • CHAPTER 3 SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL - IGES

    3 SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 3.1 INTRODUCTION Treatment and disposal of municipal, industrial and other solid waste produces significant amounts of methane (CH4). In addition to CH4, solid waste disposal sites (SWDS) also produce biogenic carbon dioxide (CO2) and

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  • Demand: Packaging 1 Packaging and Recycling

    - recycling aluminium uses only 9% of the embodied energy of new aluminium produced from ore - recycling one aluminium can saves 0.96 kWh of energy, and saves 0.22 kg CO 2 - recycling one aluminium can saves 0.7% of one person’s daily carbon footprint (30 kg CO 2), so recycling 136 small cans will make one person carbon neutral for a day!

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  • Treatment and disposal technologies for health-care waste 8

    sphere. Land disposal may result in groundwater pollution if the landfill site is inadequately designed and/or operated. In choosing a treatment or disposal method for health-care waste, particularly if there is a risk of toxic emissions or other hazardous consequences, the relative risks, as

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  • Understanding waste management: policy challenges and

    1) prevention, 2) preparation for re-use, 3) recycling, 4) (e nergy) recovery, and 5) disposal. Background In 2012, 2.5 billion tonnes of waste (o r about 5 tonnes per capita) were generated in the

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  • Conserving our metal energy - Use Less Group

    Recycling both steel and aluminium saves a lot of energy com-pared to making new metal from ore, so a drive for increased recy-cling rates has rightly been a core strategy throughout the metals industry. However, recycling remains energy and carbon intensive, due to the high temperatures required. If global demand for the

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  • Underground geological storage - IPCC

    dioxide is also injected underground to recover oil. About 30 Mt of non-anthropogenic CO 2 are injected annually, mostly in west Texas, to recover oil from over 50 individual projects, some of which started in the early 1970s. The Weyburn Project in Canada, where currently 1–2 MtCO 2 are injected annually,

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  • An overview of the underground disposal of carbon dioxide

    Jan 01, 1997 · Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Carbon Dioxide Removal, Massachussetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA, 9-I i September, 1996. Doherty, P Harrison R (1996). Techno-economic modelling of the underground disposal of carbon dioxide. Chapter 8 in: Holloway, S (F_A.), The Underground Disposal of Carbon Dioxide.

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  • Bacterial recovery and recycling of tellurium from tellurium

    3 Bacterial recovery and recycling of tellurium from tellurium-containing 4 compounds by Pseudoalteromonas sp. EPR3 5 William D. Bonificio #, David R. Clarke 6 School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, 297 Oxford St., 8 Cambridge, MA 02138, United States 9 Running Title: Bacterial recovery10 of tellurium 11

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  • City of Cambridge CLIMATE

    transported, and waste is managed. Cambridge is in a position to apply many existing technologies and approaches to tackle this problem and to take advantage of emerging trends and resources in energy, transportation, land use, and waste management that hold promise to change for the better the way our city works and the way we live.

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  • Waste Disposal Procedures - Cornell University

    DATE REVIEWED: August 27, 2020 DATE UPDATED: August 25, 2020 CLASSIFICATION LOCATION: Hazardous Waste T: \Documentation EHS-Manual 5.2WasteDisposalProcedures.docx

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  • THE UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL OF CARBON DIOXIDE

    dioxide.9 In this paper, I analyze the potential for carbon dioxide to be regulated under the UIC program. Part II reviews the underground injection provisions of the SDWA and their interpretation by EPA through the UIC regulations. Part III analyzes the applicability of the current UIC regime to the injection and storage of carbon dioxide as

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  • A Methodology for Assessing MITEnergy Use and Greenhouse

    Cambridge Climate Protection Plan, which calls for a 20% decrease in greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 levels by the year 2010. This greenhouse gas inventory includes all emissions of carbon dioxide, methane, and nitrous oxide due to utility use from fiscal years 1990 to 2003, as well as estimates of transportation and solid waste emissions. It

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  • Impacts of ocean CO 2 disposal on marine life: II

    A method to evaluate aquatic mortality given a pollutant distribution is presented and applied to several sample low pH plumes representing various ocean CO2 disposal schemes. The method is an improvement over current analysis because it integrates the mortality due to time‐varying exposure to low pH with the probabilistic experiences of passive organisms subject to turbulent lateral

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  • Legal Implications of CO2 Ocean Storage

    Act in 1972 and the Ocean Dumping Act in 1988. Both laws, which regulate disposal of substances into ocean waters, may impede the deployment of CO2 storage technologies used in the marine environment. This paper will address some of the legal issues involved in ocean storage of carbon dioxide from a US perspective.

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  • GAS FLARING IN INDUSTRY: AN OVERVIEW

    Carbon dioxide CO 2 0.023 2.85 0.713 Hydrogen sulfide H 2 S 0.000 3.80 0.256 Hydrogen H 2 0.000 37.6 5.54 Oxygen O 2 0.019 5.43 0.357 Nitrogen N 2 0.073 32.2 1.30 Water H 2 O 0.000 14.7 1.14 The value of the gas is based primarily on its heating value. Composition of flared gas is

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  • Curbside Collections - City of Cambridge, MA

    The City has a goal of reducing trash by 30% by 2020 and by 80% by 2050 (from 2008 levels). As of 2019, we have reduced trash by 32%. The City has developed a Zero Waste Master Plan to develop strategies to further reduce waste while maintaining high quality services, maximize efficiency, protect employee health and safety, reduce GHG emissions and reduce costs.

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  • What Is the Recommended Procedure for Chemical Disposal?

    whether disposal to the POTW is permissible in your area. If disposal is permissible, obtain written permission from the local POTW authority. Do not dispose any chemical to the local POTW beforehand, even on the basis of a verbaledor e‐mail notification of permissibility.

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  • SO2 scrubbing in refinery applications - DigitalRefining

    — Since 2002, for removal of SO2 produced by a Claus SRU and a SAR unit — An SO2 scrubbing system will soon be operating in a coal-fired cogeneration facility in China. This unit captures SO2 from a 240 MW power facility and directs the SO2 by-product to a sulphuric acid unit.

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  • 13.5 Industrial Flares - US EPA

    hydrocarbons react with atmospheric oxygen to form carbon dioxide (CO2) and water. In some waste gases, carbon monoxide (CO) is the major combustible component. Presented below, as an example, is the combustion reaction of propane. C3H8 +5O2 3CO2+4H2O During a combustion reaction, several intermediate products are formed, and eventually, most

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  • Climate Change Strategy - Cambridge City Council

    carbon status for Cambridge by 2050. As shown in Figure 1, carbon dioxide emissions per head in Cambridge have reduced by 13.5% over an eight year period from 2005 and 2013 (from 6.7 tCO2 per person in 2005 to 5.8 tCO2 in 2013). To be on an even path towards zero carbon status by 2050, carbon dioxide emissions would need to reduce by 18.9% (or

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  • Copyright © 2011 Massachusetts Institute of Technology. All

    waste management, and some societal, such as the scale of nuclear power deployment and the management of nuclear proliferation risks. Greater clarity should emerge over the next few decades, assuming that the needed research is carried out for technological alternatives and that the global response to climate change risk mitigation comes together.

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