Reducing the impact of emissions from the glass industry.
A.T.I.V. Conference. Parma, ITA, 1999/09/15.
The glass industry is a small contributor to global atmospheric emissions but may be locally significant due to the requirements of the melting process.
This is true for NOx and SOx, but less so for dust and other emissions.
Dust from float furnaces is generally non-toxic, whereas NOx is more significant in a general environmental context.
Assessments of the impact on human health and the environment, and the environmental cost of the various pollutants, allows the development of an emission control strategy that maximises the overall environmental benefit at minimum cost (BPEO).
Mots-clés Pascal : Industrie verre, Pollution air, Emission polluant, Emission particule, Emission gaz, Carbone dioxyde, Soufre Oxyde, Azote Oxyde, Impact environnement, Prévention pollution, Analyse coût
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Glass industry, Air pollution, Pollutant emission, Particle emission, Gas emission, Carbon dioxide, Sulfur Oxides, Nitrogen Oxides, Environment impact, Pollution prevention, Cost analysis
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Code Inist : 001D08B06A. Création : 22/03/2000.