Environmental Engineering Papers: ASNE and SNAME Papers through Mid-2006

Tuesday, February 20, 2007
The joint SNAME/ASNE Committee on Environmental Engineering (CEE) released a comprehensive source of marine environmental technical papers, a CD containing 266 papers encompassing almost every aspect of marine environmental protection and environmental engineering. Twelve contributing members of the joint Committee on Environmental Engineering undertook a review of ASNE and SNAME associated publications since 1984, and selected those that would be most helpful in their professional endeavors. The intent was to provide both historical perspective as well as cutting edge technology and processes in use today. The documents in .PDF format and searchable by title, author(s), source publication, and date. Additionally, the table of contents is divided into the following fourteen subject categories: ANS/Ballast Water, Cargo/Bunker Oil Spill/Outfall Prevention/Cleanup, Coatings/Blasting, Energy Efficiency, Engine Emissions, General Environmental Interest, Graywater/Blackwater, Human Health and Environment, ODS and Atmosphere, Oil and Oily Waste, Pollution Prevention/Hazardous Materials, Regulation/EMS/Design/Program Management, Scrapping, Solid Waste/Thermal Destruction. This publication is identified as Environmental Engineering Papers; ASNE and SNAME Papers through Mid-2006. It is issued as a CD and may be ordered through the SNAME web site (www.sname.org) or by contacting Tommie-Anne Faix (tfaix@sname.org or by telephone 201-798-4800 x3025) for $100 ($75 for SNAME members, $35 for SNAME student members) plus shipping.
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