Environmental Pollution and Remediation

Environmental pollution is not a new phenomenon, but it continues to be the world's most serious problem and one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality. Man's activities, such as urbanisation, industrialization, mining, and exploration, are at the heart of global environmental pollution.

Environmental remediation is the process of reducing radiation exposure from contaminated soil, groundwater, or surface water. The goal is to protect people and the environment from potential harmful effects of ionising radiation exposure, not just to eliminate radiation sources. Taking care of the environment today is a long-term investment for future generations. Avoiding the need for extensive post-operational remediation programmes is a fundamental aspect of life cycle thinking for any nuclear facility or industry that handles radioactive material.


  • Air pollution and treatment
  • Biofuels
  • Desalination
  • Environmental Protection
  • Environmental Sustainability and Development
  • Greenhouse Effect, Global Warming, and Climate Change
  • Groundwater Issues
  • Soil Pollution and Treatment
  • Wastewater Management and Treatment
  • Water Pollution and Treatment

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