Responsible Care - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781933762166, 9780127999852

Responsible Care

1st Edition

A New Strategy for Pollution Prevention and Waste Reduction Through Environment Management

Authors: Nicholas Cheremisinoff Paul Rosenfield Anton Davletshin
Hardcover ISBN: 9781933762166
eBook ISBN: 9780127999852
Imprint: Gulf Publishing Company
Published Date: 1st June 2008
Page Count: 540
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Description


About the Authors

Preface

1 A Primer on Responsible Environmental Management

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Environmental Aspects

1.3 Aspects and Indicators

1.4 Identifying Environmental Aspects

1.5 Assigning Priorities to Environmental Aspects

1.6 Responsible Care

1.7 The Necessity of Investing in an Environmental Management System

References

2 Worker Safety and P2

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Exposure Standards Tables

3 The Chemical Process Industries

3.1 Definitions and Terminology

3.2 Polymers Industry

3.3 Rubber Products Manufacturing Industry

3.4 Sulfuric Acid Manufacturing

3.5 Phosphoric Acid Manufacturing

3.6 Insecticide Manufacturing

3.7 Case Study of Fluorine Emission, Recovery, and Utilization of by-Product H2SiF6 for AlF3 Production

3.8 Miscellaneous P2 Practices and Best Management Practices

3.9 Case Study of a Low-Cost P2 Opportunity at a PVC Plant

3.10 Case Study of P2 in Ammonium Nitrate Production

References

4 Refineries

4.1 General Discussion

4.2 Pressure Relieving Systems

4.3 Inhalation Hazards from Tanker Operations

4.4 Oil-Water Effluent Systems

4.5 Air Emissions from Valves

4.6 Cooling Tower Operations

4.7 Miscellaneous Air Emissions

4.8 Case Study of a Crude Oil Unloading Station

4.9 IER Roadmap and Pollution Inventory

References

5 The Wood Preserving Industry

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Historical Perspectives

5.3 Industry Overview

5.4 Chemicals Used by the Industry

5.5 Technology Overview

5.6 Sources of Pollution

5.7 Emission Factors

5.8 Case Studies

5.9 TRI Reporting

5.10 Waste Incineration Practices

5.11 Lessons Learned from the Case Studies

5.12 Source Controls and Best Management Practices

5.13 Using P2 and EMS to Turn Profits

References

6 The Food and Dairy Industry

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Industry Practices and Environmental Aspects

6.3 Converting Waste to Energy

6.4 Economies of Scale

6.5 Meat Processing and Rendering

6.6 Fruit and Vegetable Processing

6.7 Vegetable Oil Processing

6.8 Sugar Manufacturing

6.9 Brewing

Glossary of Useful Terms

References

7 P2 and Best Management Practices in Different Industries

7.1 Iron and Steel Manufacturing

7.2 Lead and Zinc Smelting

7.3 Nickel Ore Processing and Refining

7.4 Aluminum Manufacturing

7.5 Copper Smelting

7.6 Pulp and Paper Industry

7.7 Cement Manufacturing

7.8 Metals Finishing and Fabrication

8 Environmental Economics

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Environmental Economics within the Context of Responsible Care

8.3 Financial Planning Tools

8.4 Summary of Tools

References

9 Adopting an EMS

9.1 Introduction

9.2 Commitment and Environmental Policy

9.3 Initial Environmental Review

9.4 Planning the Environmental Policy

9.5 Implementing the Environmental Policy

9.6 Measurement and Evaluation

9.7 Developing an Environmental Effects Register

9.8 Monitoring and Measuring Hardware

9.9 Compliance Status

References

Index


Table of Contents


About the Authors

Preface

1 A Primer on Responsible Environmental Management

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Environmental Aspects

1.3 Aspects and Indicators

1.4 Identifying Environmental Aspects

1.5 Assigning Priorities to Environmental Aspects

1.6 Responsible Care

1.7 The Necessity of Investing in an Environmental Management System

References

2 Worker Safety and P2

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Exposure Standards Tables

3 The Chemical Process Industries

3.1 Definitions and Terminology

3.2 Polymers Industry

3.3 Rubber Products Manufacturing Industry

3.4 Sulfuric Acid Manufacturing

3.5 Phosphoric Acid Manufacturing

3.6 Insecticide Manufacturing

3.7 Case Study of Fluorine Emission, Recovery, and Utilization of by-Product H2SiF6 for AlF3 Production

3.8 Miscellaneous P2 Practices and Best Management Practices

3.9 Case Study of a Low-Cost P2 Opportunity at a PVC Plant

3.10 Case Study of P2 in Ammonium Nitrate Production

References

4 Refineries

4.1 General Discussion

4.2 Pressure Relieving Systems

4.3 Inhalation Hazards from Tanker Operations

4.4 Oil-Water Effluent Systems

4.5 Air Emissions from Valves

4.6 Cooling Tower Operations

4.7 Miscellaneous Air Emissions

4.8 Case Study of a Crude Oil Unloading Station

4.9 IER Roadmap and Pollution Inventory

References

5 The Wood Preserving Industry

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Historical Perspectives

5.3 Industry Overview

5.4 Chemicals Used by the Industry

5.5 Technology Overview

5.6 Sources of Pollution

5.7 Emission Factors

5.8 Case Studies

5.9 TRI Reporting

5.10 Waste Incineration Practices

5.11 Lessons Learned from the Case Studies

5.12 Source Controls and Best Management Practices

5.13 Using P2 and EMS to Turn Profits

References

6 The Food and Dairy Industry

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Industry Practices and Environmental Aspects

6.3 Converting Waste to Energy

6.4 Economies of Scale

6.5 Meat Processing and Rendering

6.6 Fruit and Vegetable Processing

6.7 Vegetable Oil Processing

6.8 Sugar Manufacturing

6.9 Brewing

Glossary of Useful Terms

References

7 P2 and Best Management Practices in Different Industries

7.1 Iron and Steel Manufacturing

7.2 Lead and Zinc Smelting

7.3 Nickel Ore Processing and Refining

7.4 Aluminum Manufacturing

7.5 Copper Smelting

7.6 Pulp and Paper Industry

7.7 Cement Manufacturing

7.8 Metals Finishing and Fabrication

8 Environmental Economics

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Environmental Economics within the Context of Responsible Care

8.3 Financial Planning Tools

8.4 Summary of Tools

References

9 Adopting an EMS

9.1 Introduction

9.2 Commitment and Environmental Policy

9.3 Initial Environmental Review

9.4 Planning the Environmental Policy

9.5 Implementing the Environmental Policy

9.6 Measurement and Evaluation

9.7 Developing an Environmental Effects Register

9.8 Monitoring and Measuring Hardware

9.9 Compliance Status

References

Index


Details

No. of pages:
540
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Gulf Publishing Company 2008
Published:
Imprint:
Gulf Publishing Company
eBook ISBN:
9780127999852
Hardcover ISBN:
9781933762166

About the Author

Nicholas Cheremisinoff

Paul Rosenfield

Anton Davletshin