Alternatives Assessment for Toxics Use Reduction: A Survey of Methods and Tools. 2005.
TURI Methods & Policy Report No. 23. One of the key challenges in toxics use reduction planning is alternatives assessment. This is the process whereby a chemical, material or product that has been identified as toxic is compared with alternatives to find a substitute that is safer for workers, communities and ecosystems. This report reviews nine alternatives assessment methods that have been developed by government and private organizations in the United States and Europe and is designed to assist Massachusetts companies in the process of alternatives assessment for chemical hazards.File Name: 2005 M&P Report 23 Edwards Rossi Civie - Alternatives Assessment Survey of Methods and Tools.pdf
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