EQ&OR: Environmental Quality and Operations Research
The rapid climate change and global warming has forced industries to rethink its business operational strategy from an environmental quality perspective. Over the last decade, carbon trading concept emerged, which to a great extent forced business organizations globally to shift from traditional operations and production into an eco-friendly one i.e. environmentally sustainable operations to manage environmental quality. The Special Issue contains eleven papers accepted through rigorous reviewing process that can be used for future research as well as teaching aids to demonstrate applicability of environmental quality in real practice.
- "Pollution prevention" is the key to drive sustainability: preliminary findings from a tannery unit in India,Analyzing disposition strategies in reverse supply chains: Fuzzy TOPSIS approach,Conceptual frameworks for the drivers and barriers of integrated sustainable solid waste management - A TISM approach,Deriving the hierarchical relationship of factors of fly ash handling,Environmental Impact Assessment Framework for Product Packaging,Environmentally sustainable stochastic procurement model,EQ & OR-Environmental Quality and Operations Research,Interdependence among dimensions of sustainability: evidence from the Indian leather industry,Modelling the Drivers of Healthcare Waste Management in India: A policy perspective,Refuse dumpsite and its associated pollutants: spatial variations of the impact of leachates on groundwater quality,Solid waste management practice in Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospital Complex (OAUTHC),Ile-Ife,Nigeria,Urban Emptiness as a Resource for Sustainable Urban Development