As the US economy moves out of recession, there's renewed pressure from environmental lobbies to curb industrial pollution. But some of the major corporations led by US Steel have latched on to the latest argument in the clean up debate that cleaner manufacturing processes will result in greater energy consumption. Derek Bamber examines the validity of this claim against the pollution hazards facing not only North America but most of Europe.
Industrial Management – Emerald Publishing
Published: Dec 1, 1976