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    • Assessment of Nonpoint Sources Areawide Waste Treatment Management Plan for the Greater Houston Area 

      Dannenbaum Engineering Corp.Houston T (, 1977)
      The nonpoint sources of water pollution within the Greater Houston 208 Planning Area are assessed. Water pollution resulting from urban runoff, septic tank seepages, agricultural runoff, construction site runoff, dredging, ...
    • Common Facility Treatment of Industrial Wastewaters 

      Teller JP (, 1982 Mar)
      The Gulf Coast Waste Disposal Authority concentrates on the disposal of wastewater, both municipal and industrial, and on the disposal of industrial solid wastes. The range of authority spans three counties, Chambers, ...
    • Dredged Material Containment Levees Stabilized with Geotextile 

      Austin DN; Theisen MS (, 2001)
      The Port of Houston Authority and the US Army Corps of Engineers is conducting feasibility and environmental impact studies to widen and deepen the Houston Ship Channel in Galveston Bay, Texas, USA. The 83 km (52 ml) long ...
    • Galveston Bay: Test case of an estuary in crisis 

      CARTER LJ (, 1970 Feb 2)
      THE GALVESTON BAY ESTUARY'S ENVIRONMENTAL CRISIS IS REPORTED. LONG A MAJOR NURSERY AREA FOR SHELLFISH AND FINFISH, THE BAY'S WATER QUALITY HAS BEEN SEVERELY DEGRADED BY RAPID INDUSTRIAL AND POPULATION GROWTH. A 1914 DECISION ...
    • Industrial Waste Pollution and Gulf Coast Estuaries 

      Hann RWJ (, 1977)
      The status of gulf coast estuaries is explored with regard to degradation of water quality from a variety of sources and mechanisms, emphasizing industrial waste effluents. The typical features of gulf coast estuaries, ...
    • The pollution control bond 

      GLOCKER JJ (, 1974)
      THE COMPARATIVELY RECENT ENTRANCE OF THE POLLUTION CONTROL BOND (PCB) AS AN INDUSTRIAL DEBT INSTRUMENT TO FINANCE POLLUTION HAS CAUSED IN THE INVESTMENT COMMUNITY, ITS MARKETING PROBLEMS, AND THE IRS RESTRICTIONS ON ITS ...