By A. L. Kowal (auth.), L. Pawlowski, W. J. Lacy, J. J. Dlugosz (eds.)
Over the decade and a part, an environmental convention sequence has emerged to turn into one of many significant foreign boards at the chemical points of environmental security. The discussion board is termed Chemistry for the security of our surroundings CCPE). The sponsors of this CPE sequence have incorporated the Chemical Societies of Poland, France, Belgium, Italy, and the usa, the eu Federation of Chemical Societies, the yankee Institute of Chemical Engineers, the yankee Society of checking out and fabrics, the overseas Ozone organization, the United international locations commercial improvement association, the Ministries of our surroundings of Poland, France, Belgium, and Italy, US Environmental safeguard organisation, greater than twenty universities and institutes of upper studying, and 5 academies of sciences. the 1st assembly during this sequence was once equipped in 1976 on the Marie Curie-Sklodowska collage in Lublin, Poland. The convention handled a number of physicochemical methodologies for water and wastewater remedy learn initiatives that have been together subsidized by way of US EPA and Poland.
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Chemistry for the Protection of the Environment by A. L. Kowal (auth.), L. Pawlowski, W. J. Lacy, J. J. Dlugosz (eds.)