Environmentally friendlier and inherently safer processes by the INSET toolkit approach

Yngve Malmén, Jari Schabel, Jon Clark, Elias Suokas

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    Abstract

    Environmental and safety issues have become increasingly important for the chemical industry. For new plants and processes, it especially makes sense to replace the strategy of using add-on equipment to achieve safe and environmentally acceptable processes with a strategy which identifies solutions that are inherently safer and friendlier to the environment. Developed during the INSIDE-project, which was co-sponsored by the CEC, the INSET Toolkit aims to assist chemists and engineers...
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationChemical Industry and Environment II
    Subtitle of host publicationRisk analysis, life cycle assessment, social, economic and environmental aspects
    EditorsNorberto Piccini, Rocco Delorenzo
    Place of PublicationTorino
    Pages819-828
    Volume3
    Publication statusPublished - 1996
    MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
    Event2nd European Meeting on Chemical Industry and Environment - Alghero, Italy
    Duration: 11 Sep 199613 Sep 1996

    Conference

    Conference2nd European Meeting on Chemical Industry and Environment
    CountryItaly
    CityAlghero
    Period11/09/9613/09/96

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    Malmén, Y., Schabel, J., Clark, J., & Suokas, E. (1996). Environmentally friendlier and inherently safer processes by the INSET toolkit approach. In N. Piccini, & R. Delorenzo (Eds.), Chemical Industry and Environment II: Risk analysis, life cycle assessment, social, economic and environmental aspects (Vol. 3, pp. 819-828).