Pollution prevention technologies are experiencing great growth as organizations seek the economies and benefits of their implementation. Environmental audits, anticipation of International Standards Organization (ISO) 9000, the desire to avoid future liabilities, costs, and accidental chemical releases, as well as to promote worker safety and a qgreenq image in the United States and internationally, combine to encourage businesses to adopt pollution prevention programs. The implementation of pollution prevention requires diverse engineering and management practices that reduce or preclude the pollution that reaches the air, water, or soil. Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessments, along with its accompanying software, provides business and technical managers with straightforward guidance on how to perform pollution prevention. The compiled software, HOW2DOP2, is industry- and process-tailored and will run on virtually any machine equipped with a Web browser. Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessments is geared for small businesses that do not have large environmental staffs trained in pollution prevention principles or the time to learn thoroughly all of the background information necessary to develop a specific pollution prevention plan. Concentrating on the technical and practical subjects associated with performing pollution prevention, this book, with the accompanying software, provides practitioners with the tools to develop pollution prevention plans and to enable their businesses to benefit from their implementation.A Practical Guide Marcus J. Healey, Daniel Watts, Laura L. Battista. her manufacturing facilities. Waste rubber from molding ... Cured rubber waste is either recycled at the facility or sold to other companies, which use it to make products such as mud flaps and playground mats. Off-specification products can be sold to otheranbsp;...
|Title||:||Pollution Prevention Opportunity Assessments|
|Author||:||Marcus J. Healey, Daniel Watts, Laura L. Battista|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 1998-05-15|