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Environmental effects of industries and plants

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  • Handbook of Pollution Prevention and Cleaner Production by Nicholas P Cheremisinoff; Paul E. Rosenfeld

    Elsevier Science 2009; US$ 270.00

    This new Handbook provides a series of reference guides to cleaner production methods, technologies, and practices for key industry sectors. Each volume covers, for each industry sector: * the manufacturing technologies * waste management * pollution * methods for estimating and reporting emissions * treatment and control technologies * worker and... more...

  • Integrated Mission-directed Researchby Wendy Proctor

    CSIRO Publishing 2010; US$ 90.00

    Provides methods, case studies and lessons on the integration of different fields of scientific research. more...

  • The Greening of the U.S. Militaryby Robert F. Durant

    Georgetown University Press 2007; US$ 29.95

    By the Cold War's end, U.S. military bases harbored nearly 20,000 toxic waste sites. All told, cleaning the approximately 27 million acres is projected to cost hundreds of billions of dollars. And yet while progress has been made, efforts to integrate environmental and national security concerns into the military's operations have proven a... more...

  • Greening of Petroleum Operationsby M. Rafiq Islam; A. B. Chhetri; M. M. Khan

    Wiley 2011; US$ 261.00

    The Future of Petroleum Operations This state-of-the-art text analyzes some of the most contentiousissues in the energy industry, covering new and greener processesfor engineers and scientists and urging them to move petroleumoperations closer to sustainability. Although petroleum is stillthe world's most diverse, efficient, and abundant energy... more...

  • Effects of Food Processing on Bioactive Compoundsby Meenakshi Paul

    GeneTech Books 2007; US$ 50.00

    Bioactive compounds are extra-nutritional constituents that typically occur in small quantities in foods. Many thousands of these bioactive compounds have been identified in commonly eaten foods and there has been a lot of research interest into their putative health benefits. Virtually all foods undergo some form of processing before they are ready... more...

  • Extraction Techniques for Food Processingby Y.S. Reddy

    GeneTech Books 2006; US$ 50.00

    There is an increasing, public awareness of the health, environment and safety hazards associated with the extraction techniques in food processing and the possible contamination of the final products. The high cost of modern extraction techniques and the increasingly stringent environmental regulations together with the new requirements of the medical... more...

  • Newer Concepts and Applications for Food Industryby Y.S. Reddy

    GeneTech Books 2006; US$ 50.00

    Beginning with Louis Pasteur's works with wine, modern food science and technology has made enormous contributions to the safety and availability of food. The spectrum of potential benefits from the application of genetic engineering and biotechnology to food crops ranges from diagnostic aids, for example in plant diseases, through to gene mapping,... more...

  • Safety, Health, and Environmental Auditingby Simon Watson Pain

    Taylor and Francis 2010; US$ 104.95

    Even though most organizations have extensive safety, health, and environmental protocols in place, things often go wrong. Having good quality instructions is only half the battle. An equally crucial part of a good quality process is auditing, the step that ensures compliance with the procedures. Safety, Health, and Environmental Auditing:... more...

  • Air Transport and the Environmentby Ben Daley

    Ashgate Publishing Ltd 2010; US$ 84.95

    Air Transport and the Environment provides an overview of the main issues relating to aviation environmental impacts. It explains the challenge facing policymakers in terms of sustainable development, focusing on the importance of balancing the industry's economic, social and environmental costs and benefits, both for people living now and for... more...

  • On the Origins and Dynamics of Biodiversityby Alain Pave

    Springer 2010; US$ 129.00

    Chance is necessary for living systems - from the cell to organisms, populations, communities and ecosystems. It is at the heart of their evolution and diversity. Long considered contingent on other factors, chance both produces random events in the environment, and is the product of endogenous mechanisms - molecular as well as cellular, demographic... more...