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Harshit

  1. 1.  These techniques provide the framework needed for continuous improvement, proactive initiatives by the industry and creative partnership.  They lead to real and sustainable improvements in controlling environmental pollution.
  2. 2.  Encourage better siting of industrial facilities.  Encourage industries to compare alternative technologies to control and prevent pollution.  Evaluate and improve their processes and operations with respect to pollution.  Design environmental sound products.
  3. 3.  Find the effectiveness of proposals, policies, programmes , projects and operational procedures with reference to environment.  Interpret and communicate information about the impact on environment.
  4. 4.  Done by identifying and quantifying energy and materials used and wastes released into the environment.  It includes the extraction and processing of raw materials, manufacturing , transportation and distribution , use/reuse/maintenance , recycling and final disposal.
  5. 5.  Conserving and reusing earth’s resources.  Reducing the use of restricted substances.  Optimisation of energy and material consumption.  Minimisation of waste generation.  Minimisation of environmental impact.
  6. 6. Improve environmental performance Increase efficiency and reduce costs Reduce training efforts for new employees Saves money by identifying and
  7. 7.  It is a management tool of evaluating how well environmental organisation , management and equipment are performing.  The aim is to safeguard the environment by facilitating management control of environmental practices.
  8. 8.  It is an effort to define the risk posed to human health and the environment by the presence or potential presence of specific pollutants.  It is a part of risk management. ------Objectives------  Description of health effects based on evaluation of environmental research.  Estimate the extent of health effects in humans under given conditions of exposure.
  9. 9.  Environmental Benchmarking :- It is a process of comparing and measuring & organisation’s business processes against the best- in- class operations to inspire improvements in org. performance.  Technology Assessment :- It is an analytical tool designed to help us understand the likely impact of the use of a new technology by an industry.  Economic Reporting:- It helps to identify problems before they occur , target key areas for management attention and the possible expenses of resources ,provide support for necessary improvements in existing management systems.
  10. 10. Thank You….

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