Environmental Management and Health: Volume 11 Issue 4


Environmental Management / Environment

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Cost‐effective pre‐treatment of agro‐industrial wastewater

Fatma A. El‐Gohary, Fayza A. Nasr, Rifaat A. Wahaab, Hamdy I. Aly

Pre‐treatment of wastewater discharged from a potato‐chips factory was the subject of this study. Wastewater discharged from this factory is characterized by high values…

Health not wealth as an institutional performance goal

Frank Birkin

The breadth of information that is required for appraising the sustainable development performance of our institutions is far larger than an economic understanding of…

Natural resource use in the Russian North: a case study of diamond mining in the Republic of Sakha

Natalia P. Yakovleva, Tony Alabaster, Palmira G. Petrova

The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) has a rich diversity of mineral resources and produces 99 per cent of Russia’s diamonds, worth annually US$1.5 billion and amounting to…

Effectiveness of secondary radon protection in Northamptonshire houses

Paul S. Phillips, Julia D. Fraser, Antony R. Denman

Northamptonshire is classified as a radon affected area, with greater than 1 per cent of houses being above the UK action level of 200Bq/m–3. New houses, in areas where…

Cellular phone systems and human health – problems with risk perception and communication

Stanislaw Szmigielski, Elzbieta Sobiczewska

Low‐level microwave (MW) fields may under certain conditions of exposure cause measurable effects in biological organisms. Exposure of the general public to MWs in the…

A survey of requirements and needs in the field of environmental technology, with special emphasis on environmental employment, in Sweden

Walter Leal Filho, Katarina Larsen, Folke Snickars

This paper presents the main results of a research project looking at trends on environmental technology and environmental employment in Sweden. Entitled “FEESE”…



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