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The treatment of colored wastewaters has become a serious problem and for the last 15 years, the textile industry has been increasingly subject to international, federal and state regulations designed to improve health, safety and the environment. This reference deals with the environmental problems posed by synthetic colorants and the efforts being made in industry, academia and government to solve these problems.
About the editors ABRAHAM REIFE is a dyestuff and environmental consultant for industry, academia, and government. A former senior chemist in process development at Ciba--Geigy, he is also a contributing author to the Kirk--Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, also published by Wiley. HAROLD S. FREEMAN is the Ciba--Geigy Professor of Dyestuff Chemistry in the Department of Textile Chemistry, Science, and Engineering at North Carolina State University. An expert on designing synthetic dyes based on toxicological considerations, he has published more than 100 papers on various aspects of dyestuff chemistry.
Release date Australia
February 13th, 1996
Edited by Abraham Reife
Edited by H.S. Freeman
Country of Publication
John Wiley & Sons Inc
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