- Prevention of pollution
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Work cat.: 96-8438: Allen, D.T. Pollution prevention for chemical processes, 1996.
- found: Guide to environmental issues, 1994: p. 63 (Pollution prevention: Actively identifying equipment, processes, and activities which generate excessive waste or use toxic chemicals and then making substitutions, alterations, or product improvements. Conserving energy and minimizing wastes are pollution prevention concepts used in manufacturing, sustainable agriculture, recycling, and clean air/clean water technologies.)
- found: Lee env. eng. dict. (Pollution prevention: A preventive action or a measure taken to minimize waste generation or waste toxicity, if waste generation is inevitable. In a broad sense, it incorporates clean technology, quantity reduction, recycling, reduction, resource conservation, resource recovery, source reduction, toxicity reduction, waste minimization, etc.)
- 1996-04-30: new
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