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Environmental audits in industrial projects
An environmental audit is a process for assessing the nature and extent of environmental concerns at an existing facility an industrial plant, an abandoned site, a mine area, or any other site where industrial pollution problems are identified or anticipated.

An environmental audit is a process for assessing the nature and extent of environmental concerns at an existing facility an industrial plant, an abandoned site, a mine area, or any other site where industrial pollution problems are identified or anticipated. It is used to provide data on the extent of pollution in an industrial area, to quantify the scale of pollution at a particular site, or to examine the causes and potential remedies of problems at a facility.


Environmental audits in industrial projectsEnvironmental audits in industrial projects
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From the Pollution Prevention and Abatement Handbook, 4pp

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