PE Turns 40

Bigham, Roy
July 2009
Pollution Engineering;Jul2009, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p18
Trade Publication
The article presents some of the previous highlighted issues featured in the journal "Pollution Engineering." One of which concerns air, water treatment, waste handling, and noise pollution. It also highlighted the rapid growth of environmental issues, such as consolidations in the pollution control industry. Moreover, highlighted bills that were passed and implemented are also presented, including the Clean Air Extension, the Federal Pesticide Control Act, and the Safe Drinking Water Act.


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