New ET e-journals available from the library

by Katharine Thompson

The library has recently subscribed to the following journal titles relating to environmental technology. Both are accessible via the library catalogue.

EM – the magazine for environmental managers
Available from: 1997 onwards
Access: South Kensington Campus only, via IP authentication
Published by: The Air and Waste Management Association
Blurb from the A&WMA website about this journal title:

EM, A&WMA’s monthly magazine for environmental managers, explores a range of issues affecting the industry with timely, provocative articles and regular columns written by leaders in the field. EM also keeps readers abreast of important developments throughout the year with coverage of regulatory changes; EPA research; new technologies; market analyses; environment, health, and safety issues; new products; professional development opportunities; and more.

Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association
Available from: online from 1996 onwards, print 1990 to 2006 with some missing issues
Access: South Kensington Campus only, via IP authentication
Published by: The Air and Waste Management Association

Blurb from the A&WMA website about this journal title:

The Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association is one of the oldest continuously published, peer-reviewed, technical environmental journals in the world. First published in 1951 under the name Air Repair, the Journal is intended to serve those occupationally involved in air pollution control and waste management through the publication of timely and reliable information.

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