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Policies for Cleaner Technology A New Agenda for Government and Industry

By: Tony Clayton, Graham Spinardi and Robin Williams
310 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Earthscan
Policies for Cleaner Technology
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About this book

Corporate behaviour, technical requirements and the regulatory environment are analysed to show how the entire production cycle can be reengineered.

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What is clean technology?; objectives and how to get there; the regulatory framework; the refinery sector; petro-chemicals; fine chemicals; pharmaceuticals; the dairy industry; the brewing industry; sugar; paper; electroplating; where next?

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Biography

Anthony Clayton is the Alcan Professor of Caribbean Sustainable Development at the University of the West Indies Centre for Environment and Development. Graham Spinardi is a Senior Research Fellow at the Research Centre for Social Science at the University of Edinburgh. Robin Williams is Director of the Research Centre for Social Science at the University of Edinburgh.
By: Tony Clayton, Graham Spinardi and Robin Williams
310 pages, Figs, tabs
Publisher: Earthscan
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