Environmental Issues in Business: Pollution, Regulations and Health


Samuel J. Parker (Editor)

Series: Environmental Remediation Technologies, Regulations and Safety, Business Issues, Competition and Entrepreneurship
BISAC: BUS099000

This new book examines the various environmental factors which affect the workplace atmosphere in businesses, with a particular focus on indoor air quality. Topics discussed include antimicrobial treatments of indoor mold and bacteria; an assessment of the carbon footprint and how that will affect long-term pollution emission reduction; indoor air quality, health and productivity; antigenic/allergenic rubber proteins and environmental regulations and environmental investing practices in Europe. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Indoor Air Quality, Health and Productivity
(Alan Hedge) pp.1-20

New Strategies of HVAC System Design Based on Climatic Effect on Indoor Air Conditions in Buildings From Northwest of Spain
(José Antonio Orosa García) pp.21-50

Anitmicrobial Treatments of Indoor Mold and Bacteria
(Marc Y. Menetrez)pp.51-74

Carbon Footprint Assessment: A Tool for Promoting Long-Term Pollution Emission Reduction and Sustainable Development?
(Silvana Kühtz)pp.75-98

Antigenic/Allergenic Rubber Proteins and Environmental Regulations
(Michael J. Dochniak and Denise Hennes)pp.99-108

Environmental Investing Practices in Europe: A Harbinger of Future U.S. Best Practices?
(Peter Soyka) pp.109-200

Index pp.201-209

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