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OLS Field Name OLS Field Data
Main Title Assessment of Carbon Footprint in Different Industrial Sectors, Volume 2 [electronic resource] /
Type EBOOK
Author Muthu, Subramanian Senthilkannan.
Publisher Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer,
Year Published 2014
Call Number GE300-350
ISBN 9789814585750
Subjects Environmental sciences. ; Industrial engineering. ; Environmental management. ; Biotechnology. ; Sustainable development.
Internet Access
Description Access URL
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-4585-75-0
Collation X, 298 p. 80 illus., 50 illus. in color. online resource.
Notes
Due to license restrictions, this resource is available to EPA employees and authorized contractors only
Contents Notes
A Review on Energy use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Derived of Worldwide Hake Fishing -- A Life Cycle Assessment Application: The Carbon Footprint of Beef in Flanders (Belgium) -- Carbon Footprint and Energy Estimation of Sugar Industry: An Indian Case Study -- Carbon Footprint as a Single Indicator in Energy Systems: The Case of Biofuels and CO2 Capture Technologies -- Reduction in Carbon Footprint of Coal Fired Thermal Power Plants by Promoting CFL and LED Lights in Households, Offices and Commercial Centres -- Assessment of Carbon Footprinting in the Wood Industry -- Carbon Footprint of Recycled Products: A Case Study of Recycled Wood Waste in Singapore -- Sector-wise Assessment of Carbon Footprint Across Major Cities in India -- The use of Carbon Footprint in the Wine Sector: Methodological Assumptions. Followed by the previous part (Volume-1), Volume-2 of carbon footprint assessment book deals with the assessment of carbon footprint in different other sectors, which were not dealt in the first part. Attention on Carbon footprint is growing day-by-day from the public, government and media. Certainly it is one of the most important topics in the agenda of every nation, which is trying its best to reduce its carbon footprint to the maximum possible extent. Every manufacturing industry or sector would like to reduce the carbon footprint of its products and consumers are looking for the products which emit lower carbon emissions in their entire life cycle. Assessment of Carbon footprint for different products, processes and services and also carbon labeling of products have become familiar topics in the recent past in various industrial sectors. Every industry has its unique assessment and modeling techniques, allocation procedures, mitigation methods and labeling strategies for its carbon emissions. With this background, volume two of this book has been framed with dedicated chapters on carbon footprint assessment on various industrial sectors, apart from the ones covered in Volume 1. In each chapter, details pertaining to the assessment methodologies of carbon footprint followed in a particular industry, challenges in calculating the carbon footprint, case studies of various products in that particular industry, mitigation measures to be followed to trim down the carbon footprint, recommendations for further research are discussed in detail.