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...
|Title of host publication||Chemical Industry and Environment II|
|Subtitle of host publication||Risk analysis, life cycle assessment, social, economic and environmental aspects|
|Editors||Norberto Piccini, Rocco Delorenzo|
|Place of Publication||Torino|
|Publication status||Published - 1996|
|MoE publication type||A4 Article in a conference publication|
|Event||2nd European Meeting on Chemical Industry and Environment - Alghero, Italy|
Duration: 11 Sep 1996 → 13 Sep 1996
|Conference||2nd European Meeting on Chemical Industry and Environment|
|Period||11/09/96 → 13/09/96|
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).