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The Impact Factors of the Environmental Pollution and Workers Health in Printing Industry

Authors: Kiurski J., Adamović S., Marić B., Djaković V., Oros I., Krstić J.

Abstract:

This paper presents the study of parameters affecting the environment protection in the printing industry. The paper has also compared LCA studies performed within the printing industry in order to identify common practices, limitations, areas for improvement, and opportunities for standardization. This comparison is focused on the data sources and methodologies used in the printing pollutants register. The presented concepts, methodology and results represent the contribution to the sustainable development management. Furthermore, the paper analyzes the result of the quantitative identification of hazardous substances emitted in printing industry of Novi Sad.

Keywords: LCA, printing industry, register, parameters of pollution

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1060245

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