Announcement of publication

Glenn Ronsse gronsse at meko.vub.ac.be
Tue Aug 29 09:58:02 EST 2000


HEALTH IMPACTS OF WASTE MANAGEMENT POLICIES

Proceedings of the Seminar ‘Health Impacts of Waste Management
Policies’,
Hippocrates Foundation, Kos, Greece, 12-14 November 1998

edited by
P. Nicolopoulou-Stamati
Dept. of Pathology, Medical School, National and Capodistrian University
of Athens, Greece
Luc Hens
Human Ecology Dept., Free University Brussels, Belgium
C.V. Howard
Fetal and Infant Toxico-Pathology, University of Liverpool, UK

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY LIBRARY Volume 16

This book examines the health effects of waste deposit sites,
incinerators and other options for waste management, focusing in
particular on the impacts of halogenated hydrocarbons, and byproducts of
incineration. These results are linked with waste policy options, of
which reviews in four EU countries and the United States are provided.
Scientific arguments which can be used in an environmental health-based
waste policy in the future are advocated.

This volume contains the proceedings of a workshop which was organized
at the ‘Hippocrates Foundation’ in Kos, Greece, on November 12?14, 1998,
as an integral part of the ASPIS project, which aims at raising
awareness of environmental health impacts and educating decision-makers.

As such, this work addresses a wide, multidisciplinary readership,
including environmental decision-makers, medical doctors, environmental
experts, postgraduate students, lawyers, engineers, and journalists.

Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht

Hardbound, ISBN 0-7923-6362-0
July 2000, 348 pp.
NLG 280.00 / USD 148.00 / GBP 92.00

More information at: http://www.wkap.nl/book.htm/0-7923-6362-0


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http://meko.vub.ac.be/~gronsse/
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(Vakgroep Menselijke Ecologie)
Brussels Free University
(Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
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