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Ib 2001 - 2004 - Logistics
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Environmental Engineering is the application of scientific management principles in assessing the impact of processes and products on the environment. In this course the cause of environmental problems which will form the basis of the development of ecological business policies and proposals for a sustainable development will be examined. The major techniques to bring about sustainable improvements in product manufacturing and product re-cycling in industry will be studied.
The course aims to develop within the students:
- a broad understanding of the interrelated nature and complexity of the environment and how the activities of business impact upon the environment.
- a detailed understanding of the concept of sustainability and its various interpretations as they impinge upon management of the environment at global, national and local levels.
- an understanding of the cost-process improvement, product re-design, energy mix, etc a business must carry, in undertaking an environmental improvement program.
-the ability to analyse problems, propose and justify solutions and understand the implications for sustainability of their recommendations.
-an understanding of the need for industries to co-exist and co-operate in using waste from other industrial operations.
- Introduction to Ecology
- Overview of Pollution Sources
- Energy Conversion and Climate Change
- Business and the Environment
- Sustainable Development and Renewable Energies
- Environmental Legislation & Policy
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Recommended or required reading
1. Lecture Notes
2. Mc. Kinney, Michael, Schoh Robert (2003) Environmental Science, System and Solutions, Jones and Barlett Publishers
3. Hill, Marquita K (2004) Understanding Environmental Pollution, Cambridge University Press
4. Newman, Edward I. Applied Ecology and Environmental Management Oxford Blackwell Science
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