Environmentalists often perceive the risk management approach to environmental and public health policy as a tool to block regulation of industrial pollution. In contrast, this book presents six case studies which provide examples of how federal risk-based regulation has encouraged industry’s investment in pollution control. The authors trace the impact of risk management on the regulation of lead in gasoline, ozone-depleting chemicals, and emissions from the drycleaning, pulp and paper, coke, and municipal waste combustor industries.
HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH
The Greening of Industry
A Risk Management Approach
$47.50 • £38.95 • €43.00
Publication Date: 03/17/1997
23 line illustrations, 14 tables