Much of the pollution in the air, water or soil results from discharges from industrial activities. Industrial practice can be significantly altered to reduce or eliminate the pollution if processes and products are so designed that either toxic materials are not used, or processes are inherently less polluting. This book is a collection of methods, written by experts, that would enable industry to design benign processes at the outset to achieve this purpose.
Table of Contents
Screening of Recovery & Treatment Options for Waste Minimisation; Pollution Prevention and Process Integration; Pollution Prevention with a Middle Vessel Column; Shortcut Approaches to the recovery and Allocation of Multicomponant Volatile Organic Compounds; Computer Aided Tools for Design/Selection of Environmentally friendly Substances; Mass Transfer Technology for Pollution Prevention; Process Integrators; Synthesis and Analysis for Cleaner Processes; Combining Geographical Information Systems; Process and Environmental Modelling for Macro-level Pollution Prevention; Challenges for Applying Process integration Design Methodologies for Waste Reduction Within Chemical Process Companies
"These are papers by international experts, all recognizing that the most fundamental and sustainable approach to minimizing industrial pollution is by redesigning the sources of the processes/products and their operating particles."
Aslib Book Guide Vol 66 No 7, October 2001
"'this book...was edited by and for chemical engineers, and it is written especially for those engineers involved in chemical process and plant design.' Journal of Hazardous Materials, 99(2003)223."