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Utilização do método fingerprint no apoio às práticas de sustentabilidade organizacional

Author(s): Thiago Michel de Brito Farias | Felipe Arau00FAjo Calarge | Adriana Duarte Alves | Marcelo Estevan da Silva | Fernando Jundi Cazerta | Roseli Fernandes Gennari

Journal: Exacta
ISSN 1678-5428

Volume: 11;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 23;
Date: 2013;
Original page

To achieve sustainable development, one must eliminate the modalities of unsustainable production and consumption, since the industrial contamination of soil and water is related to the process and volume of production, to the type of industry and to geographical location. Thus, care in the management of environmental risks and impacts is fundamental for organizations to operate within acceptable standards of environmental sustainability. This paper aims to use the method of fingerprinting, aided by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), as a tool for quality control inspections in soil samples from drainage basins in different regions of the state of São Paulo. The identification of soil samples, with analyses of sediments transported in suspension, will enable evaluating areas that can contribute positively to the control and management of waste through inferences about the polluting potential of sediments.
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