2 edition of Towards industrial pollution abatement in Nigeria found in the catalog.
Towards industrial pollution abatement in Nigeria
National Environmental Seminar on Industries and the Nigerian Environment (1990 Lagos, Nigeria)
Includes bibliographical references.
|Other titles||Industrial pollution abatement in Nigeria|
|Statement||organised by the Federal Environmental Protection Agency ; [E.O.A. Aina and N.O. Adedipe, editors].|
|Series||FEPA monograph series ;, 2|
|Contributions||Aina, E. O. A. 1938-, Adedipe, N. O. 1940-, Nigeria. Federal Environmental Protection Agency.|
|LC Classifications||TD194.4 .N38 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||312 p. :|
|Number of Pages||312|
|LC Control Number||95129078|
In cities like Nkalagu, Gboko, Lagos, Kano, PortHarcourt and Ibadan, across Nigeria, acid rain and ozone pollution create an environmental impact and affect human health unknowingly as a result of cement factories located in these areas, some outdoor pollution consist of natural contaminants such as pollen, fungi spores, smoke, dust particles. River Pollution Abatement to Achieve Water Security. Issues, Challenges and Progress of Ganga Action Plan and Namami Gange Mission towards River Ganga Pollution Abatement in India - Divya Deepankar - Textbook - Environmental Sciences.
Air pollution is regulated by three major pieces of regulation issued by the National Environmental Standards and Regulation Enforcement Agency, these are The National Guidelines and standards for environmental pollution control in Nigeria. National Environmental Protection (pollution abatement in industries and facilities. in industrial project. 10) Oil Pipelines Act (xiii). This prevents the pollution of land or any waters. POST According to Obi Ogbalu in his Environmental Regulation in Nigeria, (xiv) "real environmental legislation in Nigeria was a product of National emergency". He explained further,File Size: KB.
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Get this from a library. Towards industrial pollution abatement in Nigeria: proceedings of the National Environmental Seminar on Industries and the Nigerian Environment, 21strd May, [E O A Aina; N O Adedipe; Nigeria.
Federal Environmental Protection Agency.;]. Hence, the World Bank developed the Industrial Pollution Projection System (IPPS), which is a rapid assessment tool for pollution load estimation towards the development of appropriate policy formulation for industrial pollution control in the developing countries, where insufficient data on industrial pollution proved to be an impediment to Cited by: 3.
See Federal Republic of Nigeria. () Achieving Sustainable Developnent In Nigeria: National Report to UNCED, (hereafter National Report to UNCED).Most of the 2, industrial establishments in Lagos State, with a population of over six million, discharge effluents directly into the Lagos lagoon, which is suspected to be one of the worst polluted inland fresh-water bodies in by: 1.
This is the last quarter of and Nigeria is yet to make significant progress towards achieving zero flare 3 Industrial pollution 10 21 20 31 23 - - - - 3 pollution abatement and sustainable development of Nigeria’s natural resources did notFile Size: 3MB. The Pollution Prevention and Abatement Handbook was prepared by a team from the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation (IFC), led by Richard Ackermann (subsequently by David Hanrahan) and comprising Gordon Hughes (Part I), David Hanrahan (Part II), and Anil Somani, Sanjeev Aggarwal, and Arthur FitzGerald (Part III).
Assessment of Industrial Pollution Load in Lagos, Nigeria by Industrial Pollution Projection System (IPPS) versus Effluent Analysis Chapter (PDF Available) June with 1, Reads How we. Nigeria’s environmental policy is aimed at achieving sustainable development in the country and, in particular, at securing for all Nigerians a quality environment adequate for their health and well-being; conserve and use the natural environment and resources for the benefit of present and future generations; restore, maintain and enhance.
Examining Air Pollution and Control Measures in Urban Centers of Nigeria Suleiman Iguda Ladan Department of Basic and Applied Sciences, Hassan Usman Katsina Polytechnic, Katsina, Katsina State, Nigeria. Abstract Air pollution is an acute problem in developing countries especially their cities.
The socio-economic and ecological importance of conservation of the environment is incontestable; however, total environmental conservation is an ephemeral goal, if development is to take place.
Hence, the need to appraise the current levels of pollution, and environmental protection legislations in Nigeria with a view to enacting a new by: 3. TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE WASTE MANAGEMENT IN MY LOCAL COMMUNITY-LAGOS STATE. NIGERIA There are various or numerous problems facing my Local Government in Lagos, among this numerous problem ranges from water problem, waster management, Bad road and change problem, and electricity among Size: KB.
In Aina E.O. and Adedipe N.O. (Towards Industrial Pollution Abatement in Nigeria. FEPA Monograph pp Vegetation The Land and people of Bayelsa State: Central Niger Delta.
The Nigerian city has recorded the world’s worst levels of PM10 air pollution. But although the results are lethal, the problem is not taken seriously here. Challenges to Environmental Regulations in Nigeria A significant issue affecting regulation enforcement in Nigeria is the lack of a National database on environmental quality Solomon et al.
. The dearth of environmental data Int J Environ Sci Nat Res 1(5): () Civilisation has been inundated with fearful reports that mankind is steadily working towards self-destruction through the process of unbridled or uncontrolled pollution of the environment. A casual look at our surroundings shows reckless attitude of people towards environmental preservation.
We might be doubting if the fearful reports are real or justifiable, but we concede that [ ]. Pollution management in the Hebei region is coordinated by the Hebei Pollution Prevention and Control Implementation Action Plan (HAP), which coordinates prevention and control of emissions of multi-pollutants from industrial enterprises and mobile sources, as well as strengthens area pollution control, establishes pollution warning systems and.
Water Pollution Control - A Guide to the Use of Water Quality Management Principles Edited by Richard Helmer and Ivanildo Hespanhol Published on behalf of UNEP United Nations Environment Programme Water Supply & Sanitation Collaborative Council World Health Organization E & FN Spon An imprint of Thomson Professional London.
Weinheim. New York. Domestic and industrial waste has also constituted a major source of environmental pollution in Nigeria. The improper disposal and ineffective management of municipal solid waste and industrial waste creates major environmental and aesthetic problems in most of Nigeria’s urban areas.
Magbagbeola, N. (), “The use of economic instruments for industrial pollution abatement in Nigeria: Application to the Lagos Lagoon”, In Nigeria Economic Society, Natural Resources Use, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria, pp.
The Niger Delta area in Nigeria (Fig 1) is situated in the Gulf of Guinea between longitude 50E to 80E and latitudes 40N to is the largest wetland in Africa and the third largestin the world consisting of flat low lying swampy terrain that is criss-crossed by meandering Cited by: 3.
2Department of Industrial Chemistry, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, Nigeria Available Received 11 th Abstract Environmental pollution and its consequences on the Nigerian society are of great concern and cannot be overlooked.
This work is aimed at looking critically on environmentalFile Size: KB. The textile industry is one of the industries in Nigeria that pollute the environment by the indiscriminate discharge of untreated effluents. Until recently little attention was given to groundwater pollution studies in the industrial estates.
We report herein, the effect of the effluents discharged from two textile industries on the well waters from around the Estates by: Hence, the Nigeria’s industrial pollution laws and policies are largely outdated and thus very inadequate.
There are no specific regulations and penalties on the level of chemical and industrial pollution on water in Nigeria. To date, Only Lagos State with over 40% of File Size: 86KB. Onitsha – Onitsha -- a city few outside Nigeria will have heard of -- has the undignified honor of being labeled the world's most polluted city, according to data released by the World Health.