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Environmental Sciences - Pollution and Remediation | Industrial Pollution Prevention

Industrial Pollution Prevention

Shen, Thomas T.

1995, XIII, 373 p.


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  • About this book

Pollution prevention is the current environmental strategy to minimize pollution problems. It is a management strategy to establish a society-oriented approach towards sustainable development.
This book is for those who are interested in and responsible for pollution prevention, in governments, academia, industrial plants, and consulting services. The book will help readers in understanding the principles and practices of industrial pollution prevention.
It also provides readers with forms, worksheets, and checklists which will be useful in everyday practice, and reading suggestions that support the pollution prevention effort.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » Pollution Prevention - Prevention - Umweltschutz - betrieblicher Umweltschutz - development - environment - environmental management - environmental protection - pollution - sustainable development

Related subjects » Environmental / Development / Agricultural Economics - Pollution and Remediation

Table of contents 

1 Introduction.- 2 Industrial Pollution Prevention.- 3 Toxic Chemicals and Processes Wastes.- 4 Pollution Prevention Technology.- 5 Environmental Management Audit.- 6 Pollution Prevention Feasibility Analyses.- 7 Industrial Facility Pollution Prevention Plan.- 8 Implementation of Pollution Prevention Plan.- 9 Measuring Pollution Prevention Progress.- 10 Designing Environmentally Compatible Products.- 11 Environmental Labeling.- 12 The Role of Corporate Management.- 13 Pollution Prevention Applications.- 14 Pollution Prevention Case Studies.- 15 The Role of Governmental Responsibility.- 16 State Pollution Prevention Programs.- Appendices.- A Pollution Prevention Worksheets.- B Industry-Specific Checklists.- C Pollution Prevention Program Checklist.- D Pollution Prevention Assessment Worksheets.- E The USEPA’s Toxic Chemical Release Inventory Reporting Form R — Part II. Chemical-Specific Information.- F The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Energy’s Release and Pollution Prevention Report (DEQ-114) — Section B.- G The U.S. University-Affiliated Pollution Prevention Research and Training Centers.- H Reading Suggestion.

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