Oct 21, 2021  
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EMET 531 - Hazardous and Toxic Species Remediation

3 credits (Hrs: 3 Lec.)
Fundamental considerations and current industrial unit operations used in treating solutions and solids that contain toxic and hazardous constituents, e.g., arsenic, selenium, thallium, mercury, and heavy metals are reviewed. Students will be able to: describe the fundamental basis for currently used industrial treatment processes for removing toxic and hazardous constituents from solutions and/or stabilizing solids; describe the unit operations utilized in the treatment of toxic and hazardous constituents; select the best unit operations for the processing of waste solutions and solids; and describe, compare and suggest possible alternative treatment processes to presently used industrial processes.

Prerequisite(s): Senior or Graduate Standing and Consent. Offered on demand.



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