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Use Of Industrial Pollution Projection System (Ipps) To Estimate Pollution Load By Sector In Two Industrial Estates In Ogun State, Western Nigeria
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Author(s)
B.O. Odesanya, S.O. Ajayi, M. Shittu & O. Oshin
KEYWORDS
Industrial Pollution Projection System (IPPS), Pollution Intensity, Pollution load, Industrial Pollution, Employment.
ABSTRACT
We have used industrial projection pollution system (IPPS) to generate estimates of pollution load by industrial establishments in two industrial estates in Ogun state, Western Nigeria using employment data. Results indicate that the most polluting sector
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