Disruptive Technologies for Pollution Management
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4 Part Series

Disruptive Technologies for Pollution Management

The series will provide first-hand knowledge on Disruptive Technologies being applied for Pollution Management. The series aims to help innovators, pollution management, air and water quality and integrated waste management practitioners to explore some of the innovative technologies that are emerging to “disrupt” the management of pollution around the world. It also provides Learners an opportunity to learn how Korean firms are currently applying Disruptive Technologies for Pollution Management in developing countries.

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jose luis

- Jun 26, 2021
INTERESANTE

Anvar

- Jun 18, 2021
Interesting!

MOHAMMAD

- Jan 21, 2021
Great course! informative and knowledgeable documents.

Ki

- Jul 4, 2019
good

Dr. Illakkuvan

- Jun 10, 2019
excellent!

Arifin

- Mar 26, 2019
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Vedat

- Mar 25, 2019
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