About the book
The production of electronics components comprises a varied set of processes, each with its own complex web of potential environmental hazards. This publication offers specific, lengthy and detailed advice on the best practice that should be adopted and the consequences of failed environmental precautions. Advice is offered to personnel in three principal areas: those responsible for day-to-day operations; those with general management roles, in many cases with ultimate responsibility for environmental damage and those in government, regulatory or standards-setting bodies. For each case, the publication presents a rich source of information.