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By Bin Cao, Bulbul Ahmed, Haluk Beyenal (auth.), Vishal Shah (eds.)

While quite a few journals and books come in the industry highlighting the advancements within the box of environmental expertise, none of them solely specializes in the applied sciences that will be within the leading edge in almost about a long way destiny. each article within the e-book is peer-reviewed and from a unique sub-discipline. due to its interdisciplinary themes on for example pollution and effort construction, this makes it a one booklet for all and serves as a superb source for scientists, marketers, politicians and non-governmental enterprises who desire to achieve info on upcoming and promising technologies.

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