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|Title||Improving the Environmental Practices of Concrete Factories in Gaza Strip|
|Title in Arabic||تحسين الممارسات البيئية لمصانع الخرسانة في قطاع غزة|
The research highlights the environmental practices of concrete factories in Gaza Strip and the activities that harm the environment by these factories. The aim of the research is to define and measure the compatibility of these factories to environment protection aspects. It study any opportunity of developing and improving factories environmental practices in order to limit or minimize the harms on the environment. The research focused on several factors for evaluating concrete factories environmental situation including factory location selection, culture of factory stuff, factory water management, factory solid waste management, factory noise management, dust minimizing in the factory, materials and chemicals saving and storing, and environmental management system in the factory. The study carried out a survey based on a questionnaire to collect the needed data. The population and the study sample were 35 concrete factories in the Gaza Strip. Research results showed a deteriorated situation regarding the environmental protection practices in the Gaza Strip's concrete factories. The research recommended that the current environmental practices of the Gaza Strip's concrete factories should be developed in order to minimize the negative impact of these factories on their staff, factories neighbors, and on the surrounding environment, to ensure better environmental conditions and better use of the available resources.
|Publisher||الجامعة الإسلامية - غزة|
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