Industrial environmental management: engineering, science, and policy

“This book explain why industrial environmental management is important to human environmental interactions and what are the physical, economic, social and technological constraints to achieving the goal of a sustainable environment. Its goal is to educate engineers on how to obtain an optimum balance between environmental protections, while allowing humans to maintain an acceptable quality of life. This book is designed to be a textbook primarily for junior level and senior level students in multidisciplinary engineering fields including but not limited to: chemical, civil, environmental and petroleum engineering but will also have some appeal to practicing engineers seeking information about sustainable design principles and methodology. It covers topics such as, industrial wastes, life cycle sustainable design, lean manufacturing, international environmental regulations, assessment and management of health and environmental risks, the economics of manufacturing pollution prevention, how eco-industrial parks and process intensification will help minimize waste, applying green manufacturing principles in order to minimize wastes and discharges from manufacturing facilities”–

Provides aspiring engineers with pertinent information and technological methodologies on how best to manage industry’s modern-day environment concerns

This book explains why industrial environmental management is important to human environmental interactions and describes what the physical, economic, social, and technological constraints to achieving the goal of a sustainable environment are. It emphasizes recent progress in life-cycle sustainable design, applying green engineering principles and the concept of Zero Effect Zero Defect to minimize wastes and discharges from various manufacturing facilities. Its goal is to educate engineers on how to obtain an optimum balance between environmental protections, while allowing humans to maintain an acceptable quality of life.

Industrial Environmental Management: Engineering, Science, and Policy covers topics such as industrial wastes, life cycle sustainable design, lean manufacturing, international environmental regulations, and the assessment and management of health and environmental risks. The book also looks at the economics of manufacturing pollution prevention; how eco-industrial parks and process intensification will help minimize waste; and the application of green manufacturing principles in order to minimize wastes and discharges from manufacturing facilities.

  • Provides end-of-chapter questions along with a solutions manual for adopting professors
  • Covers a wide range of interdisciplinary areas that makes it suitable for different branches of engineering such as wastewater management and treatment; pollutant sampling; health risk assessment; waste minimization; lean manufacturing; and regulatory information
  • Shows how industrial environmental management is connected to areas like sustainable engineering, sustainable manufacturing, social policy, and more
  • Contains theory, applications, and real-world problems along with their solutions
  • Details waste recovery systems

Industrial Environmental Management: Engineering, Science, and Policy is an ideal textbook for junior and senior level students in multidisciplinary engineering fields such as chemical, civil, environmental, and petroleum engineering. It will appeal to practicing engineers seeking information about sustainable design principles and methodology.

Title: Industrial Environmental Management Engineering, Science, and Policy
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ISBN: 1119591589,9781119591580
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Genre: Political Science / Public Policy / Environmental Policy
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Pages: 576
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