Green chemistry for environmental problem solutionsVol. 1 No. 2 (2021)
There is a need for managing the environment and green chemistry becomes the promising approach to achieve this aim. Green chemistry refers to the design and synthesis of environmentally benign chemical processes, which include the development of biomaterials and synthesis of bioproducts from natural resources. This concept focuses on the reduction of the use and fabrication of hazardous chemicals.
Waste management and environmental remediationVol. 2 No. 1 (2022)
Waste management and environmental remediation have massive consequences for the environment and are importance because they have influence on the human health and ecosystems. This issue focuses on how several concepts for waste management and environmental remediation are applied for improving environmental health.
Developing and implementing green technologies for environmental managementVol. 1 No. 1 (2021)
Currently, green technologies have been introduced and adopted for environmental management since the conventional technologies such as physical and chemical have been associated with the negative effects to the environment. This is the first issue of Environmental and Toxicology Management and covers several aspects of environmental sustainability management, which include the exploration of ways to use resources and processes more responsibly and the description of several tools used for overcoming current challenges and ensuring long-lasting future success.
Green engineering principles and applicationVol. 1 No. 3 (2021)
Green engineering is an approach to design and use of processes and products and has the objective to reduce pollution, promotes sustainability, and minimizes risk to human health and the environment. This concept has been widely used for many applications and the use of this concept is critical for future sustainability.
Environmental flows and natural resources managementVol. 2 No. 2 (2022)
Managing natural resources such as water have been important to make sure they are available for long term and the next generations. Without a proper concept of management, it is hard to maintain their availability and they are free from contaminants. This issue focuses on how several concepts and management for maintaining water available and relatively free from contaminants