P2 Tech

Aqueous Cleaning
Technology Review: Bibliography


1. Quitmeyer, JoAnn A., "The Evolution of Aqueous Cleaner Technology," Metal Finishing, 93(9): 34-39 (September 1995).

2. Randall, Paul and Douglas Williams, Guide to Cleaner Technologies - Alternatives to Chlorinated Solvents for Cleaning and Degreasing, Washington, D.C., U.S. EPA, February 1994. (U.S. EPA report number EPA/625/R-93/016.)

3. Randall, Paul and Douglas Williams, Guide to Cleaner Technologies - Cleaning and Degreasing Process Changes, Washington, D.C., U.S. EPA, February 1994. (U.S. EPA report number EPA/625/R-93/017.)

4. Foecke, Terry, "Aqueous Cleaners as Substitutes for Organic Solvents," Metal Finishing, 53-59 (July 1994).

5. Wolf, Katy, "The Truths and Myths about Water Based Cleaning - A Systems Approach to Choosing the Best Alternatives," Pollution Prevention Review, 4(2): 141-53 (Spring 1994).

6. Gavaskar, Arun R., "Process Equipment for Cleaning and Degreasing," in Industrial Pollution Prevention Handbook, edited by Harry M. Freeman, 467-481. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1995.

7. E.I. Du Pont de Nemours, "Case Study 6: Polymer Vessel Washout" in Du Pont Chambers Works Waste Minimization Project, Washington, D.C., U.S. EPA, November 1993. (U.S. EPA report number EPA/600/R-93/203.)

8. Gavaskar, Arun, et al., "An Automated Aqueous Rotary Washer for the Metal Finishing Industry," in Pollution Prevention Possibilities for Small and Medium-Sized Industries - Results of the WRITE Projects, Washington, D.C., U.S. EPA, May 1995. (U.S. EPA report number EPA/600/R-95/070.)

9. Menke, Dean M., et al., Demonstration of Alternative Cleaning Systems, Washington, D.C., U.S. EPA, August 1995. (U.S. EPA report number EPA/600/R-95/120.)

10. Rowney, Michael J., et al., "Impingement: The Key to Effective Aqueous Cleaning," in The Proceedings of the 79th AESF Annual Technical Conference SUR/FIN '92, 413-422. Orlando: AESF Press (1992).

11. Larky, Adam, Degreaser Replacement at Ford Motor Company's Climate Control Division, Ann Arbor, MI, National Pollution Prevention Center for Higher Education, March 1994. (Center's document number 94-3.)

12. Hall, Philip G., "Water Based Cleaning Systems in Metal Component Production," Acquired from the Waste Reduction Resource Center of North Carolina.

13. DeWeese, C.D., Solvent Replacement Studies for RSRM Internal Insulation Vulcanization/Bonding, Marshall Space Flight Center, AL, NASA (September 1992).

14. Cummings, Bob, CFC Alternative Cleanliness Assessment For Printed Wiring Assemblies - Interim Report, Greenbelt, MD, NASA (April 1993).

15. Monroe, Kenneth R., Replacing Solvent Cleaning with Aqueous Cleaning, Washington, D.C., U.S. EPA, August 1994. (U.S. EPA report number EPA/600/R-94/131.)

16. Thomas, Karen and Christopher Underwood, Closed Loop Aqueous Cleaning, Lowell, MA, Toxics Use Reduction Institute (September 1995).

17. Surface Cleaning Laboratory Case Study #1: Market Forge, Lowell, MA, Toxics Use Reduction Institute (1995).

18. Evans, Kurt B., et al., "A Design of Experiments Test to Define Critical Aqueous Spray Cleaning Parameters," presented at the 9th Annual Aerospace Hazardous Materials Management Conference, Denver, CO (September 1994).

19. Tillman, Joseph W., "TRW, Ross Gear Division - Greeneville, Tennessee" in Achievements in Source Reduction and Recycling for Ten Industries in the United States, Washington D.C., U.S. EPA, September 1991. (U.S. EPA report number EPA/600/2-91/051.)

20. Kranz, P.B., et al., "Ultrasonic Cleaning as a Replacement for a Chlorofluorocarbon-based System" in Pollution Prevention Possibilities for Small and Medium-Sized Industries - Results of the WRITE Projects, Washington, D.C., U.S. EPA, 169-173, May 1995. (U.S. EPA report number EPA/600/R-95/070.)

21. Thompson, Lisa M. and Richard L. Eichholtz, "Ultrasonic Cleaning," Industrial Wastewater, 54-57 (May/June 1995).

22. Monroe, Kenneth R., "Process Parameter Effect on Cleaning Efficiency," Precision Cleaning, 2(3): 14-17 (March 1994).

23. Monroe, Kenneth R., et al., "Surfactant Parameter Effects on Cleaning Efficiency," in The 1993 International CFC and Halon Alternatives Conference - Conference Proceedings, Washington D.C., U.S. EPA, 405-414 (1993).

24. Cross, John., "An Aqueous Approach to Cleaning Components," Process Engineering, 75: 37-8 (November 1994).

25. Cleaner Performance Report: ITW Devcon Corp., Lowell, MA, Toxics Use Reduction Institute, (December 15, 1994).

26. Kennedy, Mitchell L., "Getting to the Bottom Line: How Total Cost Assessment Shows the Real Cost of Solvent Substitution," Pollution Prevention Review, 4(2): 155-64 (Spring 1994).

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