A very good 589 page hardback book. Consultant's inkstamp of front endpaper, otherwise unmarked and could pas for new. 18 chapters, countless figures, tables, charts etc. ** This definitive reference presents state-of-the-art methods for controlling air pollu-tion generated at stationary industrial sources and provides complete coverage of control options, equipment, and techniques. Based upon and updating information from the editor's 1977 work Air Pollution Control and Design Handbook, Parts 1 and 2 (Marcel Dekker, Inc.) and focusing on practical solutions to air pollution problems, Air Pollution Control and Design for Industry discusses factors that influence stack design and design methodology .. . meteorology and atmospheric dispersion . . . gravity settling chamber design theory, particle classification, and pressure drop losses . . . types of cyclones, cyclone operation, design components, and separator mechanisms ... the theory, installation, and maintenance of fabric filters . . . electrostatic precipitation and electrostatics . . . gas-phase adsorption and thermal incineration ... scrubbers and scrubbing . . . industrial odour control and plant compliance . . . and much more! Generously illustrated and containing the contributions of leading international experts, Air Pollution Control and Design for Industry is an indispensable guide for pollution control, chemical, mechanical, environmental, and plant engineers; regulatory managers; and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.