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[GreenYes] Fwd: Pollution Prevention for Engineering Curricula

>Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2002 11:11:16 -0400
>From: Janet Clark <>
>Dear P2tech program and consultants,
>“Pollution Prevention for Engineering Curricula: Homework Problems to
>Complement Traditional Coursework" is a resource on cd for engineering
>faculty developed by the Massachusetts Toxics Use Reduction Institute, in 
>collaboration with the Pollution Prevention Consortium of New England 
>Written by engineering professors from four New England universities, 
>these problems illustrate pollution prevention concepts including
>•               reduction of toxic chemical usage,
>•               material recovery and reuse,
>•               energy efficiency,
>•               cost savings due to increased process efficiency
>         ...and many more.
>Over ninety problems, of varying length and difficulty, cover topics in 
>the following nine subjects: material and energy balances, heat transfer, 
>thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, kinetics and reactor design, water and 
>wastewater, process control, general engineering, and engineering 
>economics. These problems can be easily incorporated into existing 
>engineering coursework and are intended to enhance the students’ abilities 
>to meet the ever increasing efficiency and cost savings needs of today's 
>We hope this CD ROM will be useful for you.  If you are in Massachusetts, 
>it is FREE. Otherwise, the cost is $30.00.  To receive a copy, please 
>reply to this message with your name, title, university, department, and 
>mailing address.
>Please also visit our "Faculty Resources" website at
>Or for more information, contact me.
>Janet Clark

Gary Liss
Fax: 916-652-0485

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