Methodology development for integrated pollution prevention

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Abstract

A methodology for applying IPPC directive (Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control, Council directive 96/61/EC) is introduced and demonstrated. For a plant development project this methodology provides a systematic procedure to be followed, assisting to trigger project actions and to utilise detailed process data. The methodology provides a framework to view air and water emission, and solid waste as a whole, being inherently connected to each other. Also economical, environmental and technical aspects are taken under simultaneous evaluation during a plant development project. This methodology provides capabilities for true knowledge integration as an information system. The successful fit of a pilot project to the methodology encourages to utilise and develop the methodology further.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1999
MoE publication typeNot Eligible
Event1999 AIChE Annual Meeting - Dallas, United States
Duration: 31 Oct 19995 Nov 1999

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Conference1999 AIChE Annual Meeting
CountryUnited States
CityDallas
Period31/10/995/11/99

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Pasanen, A., Ojaniemi, U., Olin, M., & Liimatainen, M. (1999). Methodology development for integrated pollution prevention. Paper presented at 1999 AIChE Annual Meeting, Dallas, United States.
Pasanen, Antti ; Ojaniemi, Ulla ; Olin, Markus ; Liimatainen, Marko. / Methodology development for integrated pollution prevention. Paper presented at 1999 AIChE Annual Meeting, Dallas, United States.
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Methodology development for integrated pollution prevention. / Pasanen, Antti; Ojaniemi, Ulla; Olin, Markus; Liimatainen, Marko.

1999. Paper presented at 1999 AIChE Annual Meeting, Dallas, United States.

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