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Sustainable chemistry and biotechnology; a contribution to rivers management.


Sustainable chemistry and biotechnology; a contribution to rivers management.

Ed. by Walter Leal Filho et al.

Peter Lang Publishing Inc


227 pages



Environmental education, communication, and sustainability; v.21


Mostly chemists, but also other scientists, from northern and eastern Europe clarify theoretical bases and historical developments related to converting chemical and biotechnological plants to more environmentally friendly operations, especially the sustainable use of river basins. Among their topics are methodology for a sustainable development, regenerating raw materials, and the application of fungi and their versatile biocatalysts in sustainable technologies. No index is provided.

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Date:Dec 1, 2006
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