Citations with the tag: POLLUTION prevention
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- Great Lakes project addresses pollution prevention.
Vick, Rebecca Chambers // Pollution Engineering; Dec97, Vol. 29 Issue 13, p21
Discusses Great Lakes project on pollution prevention in Canada and the United States. Policy fulfillment; Types of industries targeted; Encouragement of participants.
- Pollution prevention incentives: Offering carrots, not sticks.
Tonning, Barry // Spectrum: Journal of State Government; Summer97, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p6
Presents information on a survey conducted on some businesses in New Jersey pertaining to pollution prevention incentives. Identification of the incentives for businesses to have effective pollution reduction policies in place; Indication why policies were not put into place; Suggestions from...
- What is the P2 trend all about, and how are we environmental health professionals involved?
Wiant, Chris J. // Journal of Environmental Health; May97, Vol. 59 Issue 9, p24
Focuses on the emerging trend of the pollution prevention (P2) concept in the United States. Evolution of the concept; Contributions of P2 in establishing standards for community-based environmental protection; Programs of the Environmental Protection Agency to encourage the implementation of...
- Reducing waste is best course, says industry panel.
Finnegan, Lisa // Occupational Hazards; Aug97, Vol. 59 Issue 8, p23
Reports that at the annual Global Environmental Management Initiative conference, a group panelists suggested that when establishing a pollution prevention plan, reducing waste should be a goal. Comments from the panelists.
- How to build a zero discharge jackup
Finnegan, Lisa // Offshore; Oct1991, Vol. 51 Issue 10, p28
No abstract available.
- Pollution spawns borderline alliance.
Finnegan, Lisa // American City & County; Nov96, Vol. 111 Issue 12, p79
Reports on the signing of Imperial County, Mexican city of Mexicali, and the Mexican state of Baja California Norte of a Memorandum of Understanding, pledging to fight air, water, and land pollution that affects the residents of both countries. Plans to clean the New River.
- Industry stepping to plate through Wege-led initiative.
Blake, Laura // Grand Rapids Business Journal; 9/5/95, Vol. 13 Issue 36, p3
Reports on the curriculum developed by the National Pollution Prevention Center for Higher Education. Funding sources of the center; Possibility of putting the information in the Internet or in CD-ROM; Giving students chance to apply environmental principles.
- An ounce of P2.
Blake, Laura // New Hampshire Business Review; 03/27/98, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p28
Focuses on the theme of the sixth annual New Hampshire Pollution Prevention Conference on April 13, 1998 entitled `Pollution Prevention is a Core Business Practice' at the University of New Hampshire in Durham, New Hampshire.
- Start your fourth-graders networking with...
Blake, Laura // Curriculum Review; May91, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p14
Reports about the action done by the fourth-grade class of Nick Bryne at Tenakill School in Closter, New Jersey on pollution. Elimination of polystyrene foam products from the school cafeteria as the first project of the fourth-graders.
- Learning source-reduction lessons from other industries.
Quinn, Barbara // Pollution Engineering; Jul97, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p25
Presents pollution source-reduction initiatives from various companies discussed during the 1997 TAPPI conference. Emphasis on Project XL, a key component of the US government's initiative to reinvent environmental regulations; Description of the activities in Weyerhauser Co.'s Flint River...
- Officials warn of job losses over pollution rule.
Quinn, Barbara // Graham Leader; 9/21/2011, Vol. 136 Issue 11, p5A
The article reports on several issues in Graham, Texas including the Cross State Pollution Rule by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, increased unemployment rate in Texas which reaches 8.5 percent in August 2011, and free or reduced-priced meals for children and adults initiated by the...
- Pollution prevention and control.
Joy, Victoria // Power Economics; Jan2003, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p26
Focuses on the implementation of the Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control Directive in Europe. Management of industrial pollution; Derivation of Pollution Prevention and Control permit by the mobile plant operators; Need for conducting a baseline environmental audit.
- Green & Easy.
Joy, Victoria // Natural Solutions; Jul/Aug2011, Issue 136, p22
The article discusses paperless billing being the environment-friendly choice as it reduces paper use and also helps in eliminating clutter at home, which in turn is beneficial for one's state-of-mind.
- Intel, EPA in pollution project.
Joy, Victoria // Electronic News (10616624); 10/2/95, Vol. 41 Issue 2085, p56
Reports on a cooperative pollution prevention project designed to provide a blueprint for similar environmental actions in the future. The involvement of Intel, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality and the Pacific Northwest Pollution...
- Anti pollution plans.
Joy, Victoria // European Power News; Aug98, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p4
Reveals that plans to cut pollution from power stations have been forwarded by the European Commission.
- Don't mess with Bette!
Hanover, Donna // Good Housekeeping; Mar96, Vol. 222 Issue 3, p82
Talks about Bette Midler's mission to stop illegal dumping of garbage in New York City. How she became the queen of thrash; Funding for the project; Background information on Midler. INSET: Bette's pledge..
- Where is the environment?
Elliott, Edward J. // Textile World; Dec96, Vol. 146 Issue 12, p78
Part IV. Addresses the responsibility of each individual in keeping the environment clean and pollution-free. Impact of current practices on environment of future generations; Cost savings impact of pollution prevention operations.
- Two victories for darker skies.
Elliott, Edward J. // Sky & Telescope; Nov97, Vol. 94 Issue 5, p24
Reports on the victories achieved by dark-sky activists in the United States and Europe in the battle against light pollution. Enacting of measures against skyglow and upward-pointing light displays; Growth in the public awareness of the light pollution problem and its solutions; Banning of...
- Bay area kids battle pollution.
Billinge, Mandi // Earth Island Journal; Spring98, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p7
Cites the efforts of children who participate in the `Pollution Reduction/Safe Bay Food Consumption Program,' which is sponsored by Estuary Action Challenge (EAC), to reduce pollution in the San Francisco Bay, California. Health effects of polluted fish; What EAC's teaching tools include;...
- CLEANING UP THE NATION'S AIR.
Billinge, Mandi // Management Review; Sep66, Vol. 55 Issue 9, p36
Focuses on air pollution control in the United States. Factors making control of air pollution complex and difficult; Health hazards; Role of the federal government; Research.
Canning, Kathie // Pollution Engineering; Sep98, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p73
Features several products used in water and air pollution purification. Nylon filter cartridges from U.S. Filter/Filterite; Decontamination kit from Fendall Co.; Nitrate-nitrogen meter from Chemetrics Inc.
- CORRECTIVE TAXES AND POLLUTION CONTROL.
Jackson, Raymond // Nebraska Journal of Economics & Business; Winter72, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p3
Explores the desirability of corrective taxes to control external diseconomies such as air and water pollution. Dependence of corrective taxes policy's net welfare effects on market structure; Flaws in the conclusions arrived at by several thinkers about corrective taxes.
- 10 ways to clean the air.
Allen, Caffilene // Cats Magazine; Jan1999, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p40
Suggests ways of removing air pollutants in the house.
- Partnership seeks to link profits, pollution prevention.
Greenwald, Judy // Business Insurance; 06/09/97, Vol. 31 Issue 23, p22
Presents information on a new project used to promote pollution prevention practices and technologies, launched by the Merit Partnership. Benefits of project; Purpose of project; Comments from David J. Dybdahl managing director of Environmental Risk Management Services.
- Ahmedabad based industries to invest Rs. 500-crore to control pollution.
Greenwald, Judy // Colourage; Jul2012 Supplement, p103
The article offers information on the investment of Rupees 500 crore by all the industries of Ahmedabad, India to control air and water pollution in Vapi and Ankleshwar industrial belt in India.
- New Regulations from Iowa DNR.
Greenwald, Judy // Corridor Business Journal; Dec2012 Threshold Supplement, p4
The article offers information on revised regulations, issued by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources regarding the prevention from stormwater pollution.
Canning, Kathie // Pollution Engineering; Nov97, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p65
Offers information on software used in pollution engineering. Includes Sigmaplot Windows-based scientific graphing and analysis software from Omega Engineering; CartoBase digital land survey database from Whitestar Corp.; Nuparadigm's MSDImage program.
- Sizing up RTO and RCO heat transfer media.
Momtaz, Sameh W.; Truppi, Thomas J.; Seiwert, Jr., Joseph J. // Pollution Engineering; Dec97, Vol. 29 Issue 13, p34
Discusses various aspects on regenerative heat recovery systems for air emissions abatement. Heat transfer materials for packed bed regenerators; Criteria for ceramic media designs; Catalyst systems for regenerative oxidizers.
Canning, Kathie // Pollution Engineering; Jan1998, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p67
Features various products for use in pollution engineering. Includes an oil spill remote alarm system from Spectogram Corp.; Industrial water treatment application from Barnebey & Sutcliffe; Vibratory screeners from HK Technologies Inc.
- Management programs boost environmental performance.
Wilson, Robert C. // Pollution Engineering; May98, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p41
Discusses the benefits of environmental management programs in the upgradation of environmental performance. Steps in the establishment of environmental management program; Guide questions on the proper use of the program; Organizational requirements in environmental program establishments.
- Turning process wastes into operating profits.
Cureton, Sarah A. // Pollution Engineering; Aug98, Vol. 30 Issue 8, p42
Presents strategies in waste-reduction. Definition of process wastes; Information important in waste reduction strategy; Prioritization of waste target. INSETS: Case study #1;Case study #2.
- Reducing particulate matter emission rates: Part I.
Phillips, J.B.; Phillips, A. // Pollution Engineering; Sep98, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p35
Focuses on the methodologies for reduction of particulate matter emissions in the United States. Reconsideration of processes for particulate emissions; Significance of equipment design in the process; Ways of preventing particulate matters.
- The emergence of triboelectric technology.
Ramsey, Kay // Pollution Engineering; Sep98, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p54
Provides information on the emergence of triboelectric technology in the United States which monitors particulates. Installation of triboelectric technology; Significance of optical technology; Components of the triboelectric signal.
- Pollution prevention and the bottom line.
Heckman, John R. // Pollution Engineering; Jan2000, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p44
Highlights the need for a company to move its pollution prevention programs in line with the rest of the business' goals. Basis for environmentally performance requirements; Business drivers; Categories of the driving forces behind environmental programs.
- THE NEXT BIG THING.
Vigue, Bryan W.; Koenigsberg, Stephen S. // Pollution Engineering; Mar2002, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p14
Focuses on the cleanup of the facilities of the Department of Defense (DOD) in the U.S. Emphasis of the Defense Environmental Restoration Program; Steps taken by the DOD research and development program for the increased efficiency of site remediation of the facilities; Approaches towards...
- How to Conduct a Pollution Prevention Audit.
Cheremisinoff, Nicholas P. // Pollution Engineering; Mar2002, Vol. 34 Issue 3, p24
Focuses on the prevention of pollution in the U.S. Association between waste and pollution; Application of P2 techniques to manufacturing processes; Ramifications of P2 options to the economy.
- CONDUCT A POLLUTION PREVENTION AUDIT--PART 2.
Nicholas, Cheremisinoff // Pollution Engineering; Apr2002, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p16
Focuses on the pollution prevention audit conducted in the U.S. Definition of total-cost accounting; Description of internal rate of return; Process in calculating benefit-to-cost ratio.
- Comparative risk.
Rehder, Sharon A. // New York State Conservationist; Jun97, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p21
Features the New York Department of Education Conservation's Comparative Risk Project, an initiative aimed to establish a system for gathering information available about the risk posed by various chemicals. Plans in using data from the system in pollution prevention; Chemical categories...
- How You Can Help.
Rehder, Sharon A. // Scholastic News -- Edition 3; 1/26/2004, Vol. 60 Issue 14, p2
Recommends ways to stop the prevalence of pollution that can cause global warming, including recycling of wastes.
- Idaho makes stars of enviro-friendly businesses.
Cataldo // Waste Age; Nov99, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p30
Reports on Idaho Governor Dirk Kempthorne's unveiling of the GEMStars public recognition program for entities that implement pollution prevention measures. Pollution prevention criteria used to determine inclusion in the program; Goals of the program; Idaho's promotion of the program. INSET:...
- MSRC AWARDS $17.2 MILLION TO CLEAN UP VEHICLE POLLUTION.
Cataldo // Industrial Environment; Feb2001, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p2
Deals with the environmental project funded by the Mobile Source Air Pollution Review Committee for 2002 aimed at reducing vehicle pollution.
- Canada Can Meet Global-Warming Targets, Grow Jobs and Economy.
Cataldo // Sustainable Business Weekly; 11/9/2009, p7
The article reports on a study commissioned by the Pembina Institute and the David Suzuki Foundation, which states that Canada can succeed economically while meeting targets to reduce global warming pollution.
- Reducing Pollution at Sea.
Smith, Michael // All Hands; Apr97, Issue 960, p17
Focuses on how United States Ships (USS) prevent pollution while at sea. Pollution prevention techniques of the USS Vella Gulf, USS George Washington, USS Carl Vinson and USS Theodore Roosevelt; Advantages; Benefits from the pollution prevention techniques.
- Breathe Easier Outside.
Smith, Michael // Body Bulletin; Sep99, p3
Presents tips on protecting against air pollution when exercising outdoors. Effects of inhaling bad air; Protection of lungs by antioxidants; Avoidance of vigorous exercise when the air is thick and still; Peak of ozone levels at noon; Avoidance of traffic jams.
- Wind: Ventilate buildings naturally.
Patterson, Maureen // Buildings; July97, Vol. 91 Issue 7, p58
States how ventilation, filtration and communication can help clear indoor air. Health problems caused by poor indoor air; Products that may release harmful contaminants into the air; Action done by standards organizations to solve the problem; Condition wherein naturally ventilated buildings...
- Muddy Waters.
Jozefowicz, Chris // Current Science; 2/26/2010, Vol. 95 Issue 12, p8
The article reports on the efforts made by farmers to keep agricultural pollution away from the rainfall to negatively affect people downstream in the U.S. in 2010.
- International Environmental Agreements and Associations.
Jozefowicz, Chris // Equatorial Guinea Country Review; 2009, p127
The article lists various international environmental agreements and associations in Equatorial Guinea including accords concerning hazardous substances, international conventions on marine pollution prevention and civil liability for oil pollution damage.
- Are you breathing bad air?
Berkman, Sue // Good Housekeeping; Feb94, Vol. 218 Issue 2, p157
Presents guidelines to reduce exposure to indoor pollutants. Use of low-sulfur fuels in kerosene heaters; Carbon-monoxide detectors; Installation of hood fans for gas ranges; Maintenance of gas appliances in good working order; Regular carpet vacuuming; Doormats; Airing of clothing from the dry...
- New technologies for reusing contaminated sites.
Berkman, Sue // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 1/8/96, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p27
Presents the outcome of the December 1, 1995 Long Island Groundwater Research Institute (LIGRI) conference on new approaches to site cleanup that will promote the reuse of contaminated sites. New guidelines that can be beneficial; Risk-based corrective action (RBCA) policy.
- Governor's P2 Award applicants sought.
Berkman, Sue // New Hampshire Business Review; 3/12/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p31
No abstract available.