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|How to Recognize a Hazardous Waste (even if it’s wearing dark glasses)
by Gary Crouth
If you are responsible for complying with Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) regulations, or working with those who do, you’ll want to read How to Recognize a Hazardous Waste (even if it’s wearing dark glasses). This book distills the RCRA’s myriad of hazardous waste identification rules, policies, and guidelines to its essence, presenting them in a straight-forward manner using illustrations, diagrams, and simple, clear language.
Written by an environmental regulatory expert who devoted his career to the handling of hazardous wastes, this book delivers a concise guide to answering the question: “What is hazardous as defined by RCRA?” The “dark glasses” book takes a simple approach with plentiful illustrations making it ideal as both a training guide and reference material. Volume discounts for direct purchases from publisher are available.
|The Multidimensional Data Modeling Toolkit by John Paredes
This book is for business intelligence developers. It provides an In-depth treatment of Oracle OLAP as well as a comprehensive examination of data modeling and analytical techniques in a native multidimensional information storage framework. The Multidimensional Data Modeling Toolkit takes you under the covers to show you what happens inside of Oracle’s Analytic Workspaces where the multidimensional magic occurs. The connection between the relational star schema data warehouse and data stored in native OLAP objects will be spelled out clearly. You will learn how to work with the objects in the OLAP framework and be shown the issues in designing dimensions, hierarchies, and measures. This book presents step-by-step instructions for solving real-world problems through an evolving series of illustrations using the actual Oracle OLAP DML code.
The author has over 15 years dedicated experience with the technology and in this book teaches you techniques that are rarely taught in university or technical training programs.