This useful good practice guide deals with issues faced by industrial organisations wishing to identify and implement cost effective pollution control measures.
The guide covers issues surrounding the selection of cost-effective pollution control solutions and is intended to help managers, engineers and operators save money by choosing the most suitable pollution control measures for their site as part of an overall waste management strategy.
The guide is applicable to companies from all industrial sectors, with any type of pollution or waste problem, and outlines a step-by-step approach to choosing cost-effective pollution control.
The industry examples included describe how six companies, including Motorola, Alcoa, and Bristol Myers Squibb, chose cost-effective pollution control. Each example describes the problems faced by the company and the economic and environmental benefits achieved by following an integrated approach to pollution control... request a copy of the full document >>