Sustainable development in chemical manufacturing

Belanger, Jean M.
December 1992
Business Quarterly;Winter92, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p132
Discusses initiatives being taken by Canadian manufacturing companies to protect the environment. Awareness of the petrochemicals, inorganics and specialty industries of sustainable development and environmental protection efforts; Requirement of adjustments in operations; Need for a balance between economic development and the environment; Environmental efforts by he Canadian Chemical Producers Association.


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