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Operation Research in Environmental Management

H. Reyan Baig


Economic growth is frequently considered to be in conflict with sustainable development and environmental quality. It informs Operational Researchers, the possibilities of incorporating environmental issues on analyzing industrial supply chains and to inform environmental scientists more generally of the value of using OR models and techniques in environmental research. Here Green Supply chain management, Product Recovery management, Environmental Chain, Environmental Management is also discussed.


Environment, Green Supply Chain, Modeling, Pollution Control, Waste Prevention.

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