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Title: Pollution prevention in the '90's : the positive approach
Author: Ian Larkins
Document Type: Monograph
An experiment was carried out over a few months to demonstrate whether active pollution prevention inspections within an area, had any marked effect in reducing the workload of the Pollution Control Department, and therefore give better value for money. The essential aspects that were covered are as follows: 1. Identifying main sources of pollution; 2. Identifying specific items of pollution; 3. Updating all Pollution Prevention Guidelines; 4. Targetting certain Industrial Estates; 5. Devising Standard Letters for Industry; 6. Involving Media coverage; 7. Revising General Brochure, Leaflets and Posters; 8. Setting up a Data Base; 9. Analysing Response from Industry; 10. Identifying problem areas; 11. Instigating detailed Inspections; 12. Establishing pollution or pollution hazards; 13. Sampling results 14. Relating Pollution Prevention to Incidents; 15. Conclusion.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1990
Publication Place: Reading
Extent: 52
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