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The Greening of Industry

A Risk Management Approach

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HARDCOVER

$47.50 • £38.95 • €43.00

ISBN 9780674363274

Publication Date: 03/17/1997

Short

320 pages

23 line illustrations, 14 tables

Harvard School of Public Health

World

  • Preface
  • Contributors
  • 1. The Risk Management Approach [John D. Graham and Jennifer Kassalow Hartwell]
  • 2. The Demise of Lead in Gasoline [George M. Gray, Laury Saligman, and John D. Graham]
  • 3. Protecting the Ozone Layer [James K. Hammin and Kimberly M. Thompson]
  • 4. Cleaning Up Dry Cleaners [Kimberly M. Thompson]
  • 5. Fewer Fumes from Coke Plants [Jennifer Kassalow Hartwell and John D. Graham]
  • 6. Coping with Municipal Waste [Alison C. Cullen and Alan Eschenroeder]
  • 7. Producing Paper without Dioxin Pollution [Kimberly M. Thompson and John D. Graham]
  • 8. Risk Management: Green or Dirty? [John D. Graham and Jennifer Kassalow Hartwell]
  • Index

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