Nuts and Bolts of Chemical Process Pollution Prevention

09/27/04 - This presentation provides practical strategies for preventing waste and reducing energy consumption in chemical manufacturing facilities. The examples are drawn from more than 400 case studies contained in the ChemAlliance Virtual Plant Tour, an online database of pollution prevention and environmental best management practices. The course is intended for environmental staff, process engineers, and plant managers working in chemical manufacturing facilities. We emphasize an engineering approach to P2 opportunity identification, which builds upon an understanding of common process "root causes" for waste and emissions, and provides practical, commercially proven techniques for how to eliminate these root causes in both new and existing facilities. Developed in partnership with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, and originally presented at Michigan DEQ facilities in September 2004.

Introduction to the Chemical Industry for Technical Assistance Providers

04/19/04 - This training package was originally developed by ChemAlliance in conjunction with the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association (SOCMA) and the National Association of Chemical Distributors (NACD). It was originally presented at the National Pollution Prevention Roundtable meeting in Baltimore, MD in April 2004.


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