Thailand Sharing of Controls for Multiple Industries

Study Objectives The Department of Industrial Works (DIW) sponsored a study completed in 2001139 for evaluating the situation in industrial zones where emissions come from multiple industries, to develop a system that can fairly distribute/divide responsibility for controls among the various industries.

Study Work Plan and Strategy Figure 4.18 shows the Work Plan tasks, and Figure 4.19 shows the study strategy for evaluating the pertinent collected data.

Organization of Study Report The report consists of seven chapters and appendices as follows:

• Chapter 1: Introduction.

• Chapter 2: Industrial area management. This section contains reviewing of related documents and data, summary of necessary data, industrial area management data in Thailand and related international experience.

• Chapter 3: Methodology for conducting assimilative capacity both overall, detailed for each step, including limitations.

• Chapter 4: Detailed applications of assimilative capacity evaluation method and appropriate management methods for the two main industrial study zones.

• Chapter 5: Environmental management conditions and implementing organization, which present detailed environmental management conditions for the project developers.

• Chapter 6: Training, meetings, and seminars for project outcome presentations.

• Chapter 7: Conclusions and recommendations.

• Appendices: References and detailed related information, which are grouped for each chapter for convenient use.

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