Course Content
Week Topics Study Materials
1 Definition of clean production and analysis of approaches Students read pages 15-26 from the textbook
2 Terminology in clean production and their meaning Students read pages 49-56 from the textbook
3 National and international clean energy establishments and institutions Students read pages 27-33 from the textbook
4 Elements of clean production: waste reduction and life cycle assesment Students read pages 143-156 from the textbook
5 Elements of clean production:chemical assesment and energy assesment Students read pages 143-156 from the textbook
6 Ecofriendly process design Students read pages 129-141 from the textbook
7 Application of clean production from industry: pollution preventions in electroplating Students identify their project title and start to library research
8 Application of clean production from industry: reductions in water usage and production of wastewater in pulp and paper industry Students start writing their project and preparing their presentations
9 Application of clean production from industry:clean technologies in coal production Students continue to write their project and presentations
10 Students presentations Student perform final adjustments for their projects
11 Green technology and clean production Students search the term of green technology in literature
12 Methods for measuring pollution preventions Students read pages 165-188 from the textbook
13 Eco-efficiency and environmental management Students read pages 129-141 from the textbook
14 Pollution prevention methods that can be applied by local organizations Students analyze the responsibilities of local organizations in their city

Sources
Textbook H. J. Markman,Environmental Management Systems and Cleaner Production, 1997, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Additional Resources T. H. Higgins, Pollution Prevention Handbook, 1996, Lewis Publishers