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International Journal of Environmental Engineering (IJEE)

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IJEE is an interdisciplinary and refereed journal, a think tank that fosters environmental protection and innovative solutions to ensure healthy, safe and efficient industrial operations. It promotes feasible system design, development and management, bringing together sustainable technologies, people and sound processes. It provides cross-learning between various scientific, technological, business and economics disciplines such as agriculture, fisheries, transportation, oil and gas, mining, metallurgy, and areas of conflict, taking into account environmental, health and safety, and other issues of public concern.
Print ISSN:
1756-8463
On-Line ISSN:
1756-8471
Launch:
2009

SUBJECT COVERAGE

  • Nature and environment
  • Human activities and intelligence, artificial intelligence, knowledge-based systems
  • Air, water and land pollution
  • Toxic and radioactive pollution
  • Water supply and resources
  • Agriculture and fisheries
  • Transportation
  • Oil and gas, mining and metallurgy
  • Industrial processing
  • Resources management and processing
  • Areas of conflict
  • Environmental technologies, including information technologies
  • Health and safety, risk assessment and management
  • Marketing and economics
  • Engineering innovations, development and technical solutions
International Journal of Environmental Engineering (IJEE)

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Customer comments

  1. By Woon Chan Chong on

    does this journal has impact factor?

  2. By Jim Corlett. on

    @Woon Chan Chong IJEE is still being evaluated by ISI and therefore does not have an impact factor. Jim Corlett. Information Manager, Inderscience Publishers

  3. By Mojgan Otmishi on

    Does this journal has impact factor?

  4. By Jim Corlett. on

    @Mojgan Otmishi IJEE is not yet indexed by ISI and therefore does not have an impact factor. Jim Corlett. Information Manager, Inderscience Publishers

  5. By Breeze Reed on

    When will this journal get impact factor from ISI?

  6. By Maria Del Carmen Espinosa on

    @Jim Corlett. Please, would you explain where is indexing IJEE. For example: Chemical Abstracts, Scopus, or another database indexing.

  7. By Jim Corlett. on

    @Maria Del Carmen Espinosa Dear Carmen - The services using the journal may be seen from the Abstracting/Indexing Services and Journal Lists link on the journal home page www.inderscience.com/ijee. This link is on all our journal home pages.