environmental risk Articles

  • Waste management in a tropical forest - Case Study

    Waste Challenge: A mine under construction in a lush tropical forest has operations that are spread over a large distance from the port to the mine. Incoming supplies, and thousands of construction workers living and working on-site, generate significant amounts of waste. Location: Central American Country ECO Solution: Two Eco Waste Oxidizers ...


    By Eco Waste Solutions

  • 5 Processes Where Quality and EHS Convergence Makes Complete Sense

    There are also many overlaps between the quality standards such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and EHS standards such as OHSAS 18001. As businesses look to find greater efficiencies by streamlining and integrating business processes, as well as get a better return on their IT investments, quality and EHS convergence makes sense.  Forward-looking businesses are already finding areas ...


    By EtQ, LLC

  • Where Is the Most Water Reuse Taking Place?

    Water reuse is becoming increasingly important as water scarcity becomes prevalent throughout the world. Whether it’s referred to as water reuse, water recycling, water reclamation, or another name, the resulting purified wastewater can be used in many applications, both potable and nonpotable. In some places, water reuse has been slow to catch on, particularly because of the so-called ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Fuel preparation technology – the latest safety considerations

    The specifications for new fuel preparation technologies are becoming increasingly sophisticated, as industry innovation continues apace. But when it comes to investing in waste shredders that help manufacture cement fuels, which criteria should top the procurement wish-list in 2018? With more than 25 years’ experience in this sector, Peter Streinik, head of UNTHA’s waste shredding ...


    By UNTHA Shredding Technology

  • Recent Federal Developments

    TSCA/FIFRA EPA Extends Comment Period For Draft Guidance For Pesticide Registrants On Notifications, Non-notifications, And Minor Formulation Amendments: On October 5, 2017, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a notice of extension of the comment period for the draft guidance  ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Choosing Children’s Environmental Risk

    A model of endogenous risk provides a foundation to study a parent’s child care decisions when the child could be exposed to an environmental hazard (e.g., toxic substance, foodborne pathogen). The parent invests in childcare quality and quantity to reduce the likelihood of a hazard exposure occurring and to reduce its severity if the exposure is realized. We supply conditions to sign ...


    By Springer

  • Post-deal environmental risk management

    In the Mergers & Acquisitions series supplement of Financier Worldwide, Simon Johnson, Managing Director of ENVIRON FRS, provides insight into how to avoid 'suprises' in business by completing strategic and comprehensive risk management, both pre- and ...


    By ENVIRON

  • Environmental Impact does NOT equal risk

    Auditing the new ISO 14001:2015:  Environment Impacts does not equal Risk In recent transition audits, there has been one common misconception that I have seen repeated, and that is that environmental impacts are risks.  This is not correct.  Environmental impacts do not equal risk. Let’s start ...

  • International environmental cooperation with risk aversion

    This paper models global environmental policy in a stochastic setting: reducing pollution not only reduces expected environmental damage but also its spread. The national incentives to cooperate are analysed under adverse conditions: expected payoffs are taken to have the structure of a (static) prisoners' dilemma. It is shown that, even then, incentives to cooperate unilaterally or even ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Environmental Policies to Reduce Cancer Risk

    Untitled Document Cancer is the second most prevalent cause of death in the United States, behind heart diseases. The lifetime risk ...

  • Risk communication and stakeholder participation in the governance of systemic environmental health risks

    Achieving effective stakeholder participation in discourses about modern, systemic risks is difficult. Risks and policies to control them stimulate behavioural changes in society, so stakeholdership evolves as events play out, and defining stakeholders requires the ability to model the adaptive responses involved. Engaging stakeholders is also problematic because of inherent barriers of time, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Book Review: Corporate Strategies for Managing Environmental Risk

    Corporate Strategies for Managing Environmental Risk, by Bernard Sinclair-Desgagne. Ashgate, 2004. 584 pp. ISBN 0-7546-2411-0Keywords: book ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Integrated Environmental Risk Financing for Successful Brownfields Redevelopment

    Untitled Document Environmental engineers and others involved with brownfields redevelopment have increasingly come to appreciate the role of the new environmental insurance products in financing ...

  • Case note: Environmental risks, rights and black swans

    Keywords: Environmental rights, risk, European Court of Human Rights, black ...


  • Transfer Your Environmental Risks to a Third Party

    Remediation of contaminated sites often is costly and time-consuming, diverting scarce corporate resources from a company’s core operations. Moreover, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and recent Securities and Exchange Commission and the Financial Accounting Standards Board rules and standards governing accounting for and reporting of environmental liabilities (e.g., FIN 47 Accounting for Conditional Asset ...


    By Freeborn & Peters LLP

  • Egg wash wastewater: Estrogenic risk or environmental asset?

    Commercial production of eggs and egg products requires the washing of eggs to remove urinary / fecal material and broken egg residue. In the case of one Ohio farming facility, 1.6 million birds produce 1.4 million eggs per day, using ∼50 mL of wash water / egg or ∼ 70,000 L per day. The aqueous waste stream was evaluated for estrogenicity, to determine if potential for endocrine disruption ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Nanopharmaceuticals – tiny challenges for the environmental risk assessment of pharmaceuticals

    Many new developments and innovations in health care are based on nanotechnology. The field of nanopharmaceuticals is diverse and not as new as one might think: for many years nanopharmaceuticals have been marketed and future is likely to bring more nanosized compounds to the market. Therefore it is time to examine, whether the environmental risk assessment for human pharmaceuticals is ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Case Note: Environmental Risks, Rights and Black Swans

    Keywords: Environmental rights, risk, European Court of Human Rights, black swans INTRODUCTION While it by now is well-established that certain environmental risks may trigger human rights responsibilities upon governments, a close examination of the exact perimeters of this assessment, as developed by human rights tribunals, alerts us to the explanatory ...


  • Nippon Gohsei: Managing Environmental, Health & Safety Risks

    Background Nippon Gohsei was originally founded in 1927 to develop manufacturing technology for synthetic acetic acid production, and has since grown into a major chemical company for the manufacture of acetic acid resins. Making full use of their technological strength in organic syntheses, polymerization, polymer reactions, etc., they have sought to develop new products with new value from a ...


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