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Paradigms in Pollution Prevention

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ISBN-13:
9783319584140
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.08.2017
Seiten:
101
Autor:
Tanu Jindal
Gewicht:
201 g
Format:
238x154x10 mm
Serie:
SpringerBriefs in Environmental Science
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Collates pollution prevention techniques useful for environmental scientists and toxicologists
Chapter1. Green Building, Energy Efficiency, Carbon and Ecological Foot printing (CF and EF) and Life Style Solutions (LSS).- Chapter2. Microbes: "A Tribute" to Clean Environment.- Chapter3. Food Industry Waste: a panacea or pollution hazard?.- Chapter4. Ranking of BTEX with respect to Ozone Formation by Development of Ozone Reactivity Scale.- Chapter5. Global dimming and Global warming: dangerous alliance.- Chapter6. Biological control agents for sustainable agriculture, safe water and soil health.- Chapter7. Environmental Toxicological Studies with Reference to Increasing Asthma Cases in Rural and Urban India.
Featuring a collection of informative and descriptive chapters, this book is essential reading for environmental scientists, environmental toxicologists and people from allied fields. The research and its outcomes presented here focus on pollution prevention approaches, clean technologies and toxic use reduction that has the potential for eliminating worker exposure to health risks; and creates healthy and sustainable ecosystems. Readers will discover ways to incorporate prevention in the design of industrial processes that help to eliminate harmful environmental effects while promoting the competitiveness of industries. Issues such as biological control agents for sustainable urban agriculture, safe water and soil health; waste management and utilization in food processing industries, and ranking of Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenzene and Xylene (BTEX) with respect to ozone formation are addressed in this book. Particular attention is given to interrelated issues associated with global warming and the use of genetically engineered organisms (GEM's) for combating pollution in extreme environments. The authors invite researchers to think through the critical analysis presented here and recommend future pathways for further research.