This course is very important for Chemical Engineers for the pollution control of industries to comply with laws and acts that are being enforced in globally. 
This course introduces the principles and methods to control air, water and soil pollution to the undergraduate students of chemical engineering. 
The topics cover sources of water, air and land pollution; legislation and standards; Recycle and reuse of waste, energy recovery and waste utilization. 
Air pollution and its measurement, design of pollution abatement systems for particulate matter and gaseous constituents. 
Design of waste-water and industrial effluent treatment; Hazardous waste treatment and disposal;Solid-waste disposal and recovery of useful products. 
The course will be presented with various case studies so that the students may properly understand the subject and apply the knowledge after their graduation in industry and higher studies
This course covers two important aspects of Chemical Engineering: 
  1. the strategies used in the design of chemical processes, and 
  2. the basic economic analysis of a chemical plant. 
The objective of the course is to expose students to basic concepts in engineering economics, plant design, safety features and its importance to chemical engineering. 
By the end of the course, the students will be able to develop a chemical process and perform a complete economic analysis of the plant.
 Students will also appreciate the importance of safety in design and operation.