Environmental Management and Health: Volume 6 Issue 1


Environmental Management / Environment

Table of contents

Lead in paint and dust from a children′s nursery

Jonathan M. Horner

Paint and dust samples were collected from a children′s nursery ina London school. After chemical digestion using an available leadextraction method, lead concentrations…

Population exposure owing to a borax accident in the Tammuz 2 nuclear reactor

Baha A. Marouf, Thamir A. Al‐Khayat, Ali K. Mehdi

The radiological consequences on the population of a borax accidentin 1994 in the Tammuz 2 nuclear reactor have been postulated. Doseequivalents resulting from the…

Sustainable multiple‐use and management of the coastal zone

Roger H. Charlier, Constance C.P. Charlier

Population migration to the coastal zone has increased by 50 to 70per cent. Conflicts of inhabitation and use are escalating rapidly.Single use is economically risky if…

Managing our wastes

Julian Wills

Discusses the concept of waste management as opposed to wastedisposal – as the way in which organizations deal with their waste– through the introduction of the…

Environmental, developmental and health perspectives in Egypt

Chrysanthus Chukwuma

Discusses environment and development improvement; the preventionand eradication of prevalent diseases and disabilities, as well asdrastic abatement in both severe and…



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