Environmental Pollution Control and Safety Management

In order to provide daily needs of the growing population, differ­ent types of industries are setup to produce different products. The industries use raw materials, process them and produce fin­ished products. Besides the finished products, a good number of by-products are produced. Out of all the by-products, if some are in huge quantities and the processing is cost effective, the indus­trialist preserves the by- products.

Control at Source: It involves suitable alterations in the choice of raw materials and process in treatment of exhaust gases before finally discharged and increasing stock height up to 38 metres in order to ensure proper mixing of the discharged pollut­ants.

Selection of Industry Site: The industrial site should be properly examined considering the climatic and topographical characteristics before setting of the industry.

Treatment of Industrial Waste: The industrial wastes should be subjected to proper treatment before their discharge.4. Plantation: Intensive plantation in the region considerably reduces the dust, smoke and other pollutants.5. Stringent Government Action: Government should take strin­gent action against industries which discharge higher amount of pollutants into the environment than the level prescribed by Pollu­tion Control Board

  • Environmental Pollution Control and Prevention
  • Air Pollution Management
  • Air Pollution: Modelling of Air Pollutant Dispersion
  • Air Quality Monitoring
  • Air Pollution Control
  • Water Pollution Control
  • Principles of Waste Management
  • Safety Management

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