The Handbook of Cleaner Production comprises a series of reference guides to cleaner production methods, technologies, and practices for key industry sectors.
Each volume covers, for each industry sector:
- Manufacturing technologies
- Waste management
- Pollution control and remediation
- Methods for estimating and reporting emissions
- Treatment and control technologies
- Health risk exposures for workers and the wider community
- Cost data for pollution management
- Cleaner production and prevention options
- Safe chemical handling practices
Best Practices in the Agrochemical Industry includes coverage of pollution of drinking water (atrazine, trichloropropane and DBCP and the risks associated with them, such as miscarriages and infertility), pesticide residues in food, a case study of worker pesticide exposure and cancer, contaminants in organic food, etc.
Extensive data is provided regarding regulatory limits for exposure to pesticides according to EPA, NIOSH, OSHA, WHO and ACGIH.
- Coverage of agrochemical residues and their health impacts, and mitigation strategies
- Includes extensive data tables covering USA and international regulatory requirements (EPA, NIOSH, OSHA, WHO and ACGIH)
- Details safer manufacturing processes and procedures to limit pollution
1. Industry and Products 2. Pollution and Pollution Prevention 3. Toxic and Dangerous Properties 4. Atrazine 5. 1,2,3-Trichloropropane (Tcp) 6. Ddt And Related Compounds 7. Agent Orange 8. Pesticide Residue in Foods 9. EPA Screening Levels and Pesticide Status
Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff, Ph.D. (Ch.E.) is Director of Clean Technologies and Pollution Prevention Projects at PERI (Princeton Energy Resources International, LLC, Rockville, MD). He has led hundreds of pollution prevention audits and demonstrations; training programs on modern process design practices and plant safety; environmental management and product quality programs; and site assessments and remediation plans for both public and private sector clients throughout the world. He frequently serves as expert witness on personal injury and third-party property damage litigations arising from environmental catastrophes. Dr. Cheremisinoff has contributed extensively to the literature of environmental and chemical engineering as author, co-author, or editor of 150 technical reference books, including Butterworth-Heinemann's Handbook of Chemical Processing Equipment, and Green Profits.
He holds advanced degrees in chemical engineering from Clarkson College of Technology."