3 edition of Guidelines for environmental management of aluminum smelters. found in the catalog.
Guidelines for environmental management of aluminum smelters.
United Nations Environment Programme. Industry & Environment Office.
by Industry & Environment Office, United Nations Environment Programme in [Paris]
Written in English
|Series||UNEP Industry & Environment guidelines series, UNEP Industry & Environment guidelines series (Unnumbered)|
|LC Classifications||TD195.A37 U55 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 42 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
|LC Control Number||89108940|
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Clean Air Act Standards and Guidelines for the Metals Production Industry The following are the stationary sources of air pollution for metal production industries, and . Operators of smelters powered by hydro-electricity in the likes of Norway, Russia and Canada are promoting their environmental credentials - and stealing a march on others that rely on coal .
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The Guidelines for Environmental Management of Aluminium Smelters were prepared by the UNEP Secretariat and were circulated for comments and suggested amendments to: Members of the UNEP Environmental Consultative Committee on.
the Aluminium Industry; - Members of the Environment Committee of the International. Primary Aluminium Institute (IPAI). Get this from a library. Guidelines for environmental management of aluminum smelters. [United Nations Environment Programme.
Industry & Environment Office.]. This includes operational, control and maintenance practices in the potroom, GTC, and other areas in the smelter that generate fluoride. Along with incorporated audit guidelines and training package, implementation of this guide can, in a short time, lead to significant reduction in fluoride emissions in aluminium by: 6.
A Fluoride Emissions Management Guide (FEMG) has been written by the Light Metals Research Centre (LMRC) on the invitation of Australian Aluminium Council (AAC), under the Asia-Pacific Partnership.
Along with incorporated audit guidelines and training package, implementation of this guide can, in a short time, lead to significant reduction in fluoride emissions in aluminium smelters.
Environmental Pollution Induced By an Aluminium Smelting Plant in Nigeria. IR peaiyedaα, N. UmoΩ, G. Okojevohβ Abstract -The extent of pollution of Imo, Utaewa Rivers and Essene Creek being sources of drinking water were assessed due to the smelting activities of the Aluminium Smelter at Ikot Abasi City, by: 1.
ENVIRONMENT Focusing on SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS MANAGEMENT OctoberMechelen, Belgium Aluminum Smelting and Electrolysis 21 The objective of this case study on aluminium is to analyse the environmental impacts of aluminium throughout its lifecycle and identify the best practices for its sustainableFile Size: 1MB.
coalition of global and national aluminium associations and companies have developed these Guidelines. The aluminium industry’s objective is a sustainable bauxite mining industry with acceptably low social and environmental impacts during operation and post -closure.
Sustainable bauxite mining is not a singleFile Size: 3MB. Around Aluminum Smelters • Norwegian study of cancer in communities surrounding 4 aluminum smelters which had been operating for more than 30 years • New cases of cancer diagnosed between was compared to the expected numbers of cancer for the same population based on national averages • Incidence of cancer was not different in the.
The EHS Guidelines are technical reference documents with general and industry-specific examples of Good International Industry Practice (GIIP) and are referred to in the World Bank’s Environmental and Social Framework and in IFC’s Performance Standards.
Environmental Guidelines for Nickel Smelting and Refining Industry Description and Practices Primary nickel is produced from two very different ores—lateritic and sulfidic.
Lateritic ores are normally found in tropical climates where weathering will, with time, extract File Size: KB. Various environmental initiatives and legislation provide context for the development of an Environmental Code of Practice for the base metals smelting and refining sector.
Under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, (CEPA ), there are provisions for developing regulations, objectives, guidelines, and codes of practice and for.
Primary aluminium smelting energy intensity is reported as AC and DC power used for electrolysis by the Hall-Héroult processes per tonne of aluminium production. The AC value refers to the power consumed by facilities for the smelting process including rectification from AC to DC and normal smelter auxiliaries (including pollution control.
Environmental issues of aluminium smelters The process produces a quantity of fluoride waste: perfluorocarbons and hydrogen fluoride as gases, and sodium and aluminium fluorides and unused cryolite as particulates.
ENVIRONMENTAL CODE OF PRACTICE FOR BASE METALS SMELTERS AND REFINERIES FIRST EDITION, MARCH 1 SUMMARY S.1 CONTEXT Various environmental initiatives and legislation provide context for the development of an Environmental Code of Practice for the base metals smelting and reﬁning sector.
Under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, Environmental, health, and safety guidelines base metal smelting and refining (Russian) Abstract. The environmental, health, and safety (EHS) guidelines are technical reference documents with general and industry specific examples of good international industry practice (GIIP).
Managing Waste from Mining & Smelting The discharges from mining and smelting industries are typically in the form of liquid effluent, solid waste and air emissions. Regulating and enforcing how these kinds of waste discharges are managed will help to protect the environment and human health.
Project Environmental Update, followed methodology and procedures, and exercised due care consistent with the intended level of accuracy, using its professional judgment and reasonable care. regard to these smelting wastes, industrial smelting processes and waste management procedures, and provides a factual basis for considering a no-list decision.
Background On May 19 and July 16 ofEPA identified 85 industrial process wastes as hazardous wastes and approximately chemicals as hazardous wastes if they are Size: KB.
The Environmental Management Programme Framework Report for the construction phase of the Coega Aluminium Smelter has been accepted by the Environmental Liaison Committee, comprising DEAE&T, other government departments, the Coega Development Corporation and. ABSTRACT From toaiming to better understand implications for its smelters, Rio Tinto Alcan conducted a detailed study of PM and PM10 (particulate matter [PM] ≤ and 10 μm in aerodynamic diameter, respectively) in its facilities.
This involved a two-level study: part 1, emission quantification; and part 2, assessment of aluminum smelter contribution to the surrounding.The major contributing sectors worldwide in carbon emissions are agricultural, transport, industrial, construction, land-use changes, and wastes (Blanco et al., ).The concentration of GHGs in the atmosphere has been rising since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution in (IPCC,Etheridge et al., ).Energy consumption in industrial sectors accounted for more than 70% of the Cited by: 1.
Community Health Risk Assessment of Primary Aluminum Smelter Emissions Stephen Claude Martin, MD, MSc(A), ABPM(OM), FCBOM and Claude Larivière, BSc, CIH, ROH From the Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health (Dr Martin), McGill University, Montreal; and Expertise Industrial Hygiene Inc (Mr Larivière), Otterburn Park, Quebec, by: