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Manufacturing Processes

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Manufacturing Processes

International Grooving and Grinding Association / Est. 1972
BIPAVER - European Retread Manufacturers Association / Est. 1954
Re-Rollers Federation of Iron and Steel for the European Communities / Est. 1953
EUROSLAG / Est. 2000
Réseau des technologies de transformation des produits de base en Afrique / Est. 1991
Agreement on the Implementation of a European Project on Pollution, on the Topic 'sewage Sludge Processing' / Est. 1971
European Welding Association / Est. 1988
European Thematic Network on Extractive Industries / Est. 1997
Laminating Materials Association / Est. 1985
Gas Centrifuge Study Association / Est. 1973
Association des producteurs et coucheurs de papiers thermo-réactifs
ASEAN Federation of Food Processing Industries
Postharvest Processing Network / Est. 1999
International Hard Anodizing Association / Est. 1988
International Society for Welding Technology / Est. 1999
International Milling Association / Est. 1931
World Renderers Association / Est. 1999
International Confederation of Paper and Board Converters in Europe / Est. 1961
BCIRA / Est. 1921
World Economic Processing Zones Association / Est. 1978
Association of European Producers of Laminate Flooring / Est. 1994
EEC Sawmills Group
Southeast Asia Tin Research and Development Centre / Est. 1977
Filtration Society, The / Est. 1964
Drilling Engineering Association Europe

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World Problems relating to Manufacturing Processes

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Scarification
Landscape disfigurement from open-cast mining
Logging of old stand forests
Unreliability of computer software
Threatened species of Tortricidae
Threatened species of Pseudochirops corinnae
Insufficient use of natural resources
Threatened species of Brachypteraciidae
Threatened species of Leptosomidae
Threatened species of Coraciidae
Extreme poverty
Environmental hazards from food processing industries
Tropical deforestation
Female genital mutilation
Threatened species of Phytotomidae
Hazards of non-alcoholic beverages
Threatened species of Tineidae
Hypertrophy of tongue papillae
Threatened species of Attelabidae
Threatened species of Hemistena lata
Falling rate of carbon sequestration
Inadequate weed control
Threatened species of Lutra perspicillata
Unhealthy tongue
Environmental impacts of petroleum industry

Action Strategies relating to Manufacturing Processes

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting against environmental hazards from food processing industries
Reprocessing spent nuclear fuel
Stimulating exploitation of natural resources
Extracting natural resources
Refining capabilities for natural resource productivity
Recycling materials
Refining mode of access to natural resources
Preventing occupational accidents
Processing ferrous scrap
Developing surface treatment industry
Providing checks on societal decision-making
Converting information for sustainable development decision-making
Vegetarianism
Ensuring environmentally sound waste processing
Converting to religious beliefs
Refining mineral ores
Converting sewage waste into compost
Reinvesting military capacity in civil goals
Developing human resources
Converting heathens
Correcting eye disorders
Faith healing
Creating wildlife corridors
Processing agricultural products
Reducing farm subsidies

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