Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/6403
Title: Environmental management and pollution
Authors: Shalash, Ibrahim 
Keywords: Environmental management;Pollution - Environmental aspects;Environmental policy;Air - Pollution;Water quality;Water - Pollution;Hazardous wastes;Pollutants
Issue Date: 30-Sep-2018
Publisher: Atlantic International University
Abstract: The theme of the environment is currently one of the most important concerns of the world at the highest political, social and scientific levels. International conferences and scientific symposia are held to discuss the subject of the environment and related issues of concern to the world at the level of States, individuals, community organizations and non-governmental organizations in order to preserve and develop cultural heritage of environment and its basic elements of water, air and land. In order to preserve the permanence of our planet, the earth, for the benefit, progress and well-being of mankind, is not only for the present, but for the future generations to ensure the permanence of the people and the mission that God has created for them. Pollution in its various forms, whether biological, chemical or sound, and wherever found in the air, water, and land, is one of the most dangerous threats to the environment and thus threatens the existence, progress and well-being of humankind, in addition to affecting animals and plants. Environmental management is one of the important topics in order to maintain a clean Air, clean water and healthy food supply for all people of Earth, and to cut or minimize the effects of pollution risks on Humans and Nature in order to reach sustainable development and preserve natural resources so that they are optimally exploited. The material of the following exam covers most of Environmental Management and Pollution topics; Air pollution and its sources; potable water pollution, sources and cleaning methods; wastewater management and treatment plants; solid wastes, recycling reuse and reduce procedures. It also concentrates on International cooperation concerning global management on water and pollution issues.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/6403
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