Environmental Pollution Centers is a website designed to raise awareness on the environmental issues and the ways in which they affect the everyday lives of people. We strive to be a source of information and we offer up-to-date solutions to the various pollution problems our users are facing. We also offer a regular news column that focuses exclusively on the latest environmental-related events.
Maybe one day, we, humans, will have the option to live in various environments from a variety of planets. Maybe one day we will be able to explore space and choose our destination and home planet. Maybe one day we will eliminate all toxic waste or adapt to live with it in perfect harmony. Maybe one day home pollution will be forgotten. Yet, until that day comes, all we have is the Earth! And the Earth is polluted. So, what can we do?
As Louis Pasteur once said: "Chance favors the prepared mind." So, our first step is GET AWARE.
We should read and inform ourselves about:
Once we answer such questions, we are prepared for the next step: ACT - which means one or more of the following:
Environmental Pollution Centers offers a complete guide to understanding and recognizing pollution. Our main page is a cornucopia of information regarding pollution centers, soil poisoning, food contamination, air and water pollutants, chemical intoxication and radiation contaminants.
Our pollution prevention guide offers important tips on how to prevent pollution and avoid polluting the environment, and also a series of guidelines for the people who suffer from diseases caused by exposure to various forms of pollution.
We are committed to working locally and regionally to create a system of environmental mentoring that would help us all obtain a more sustainable future.
Our mission is to inform users and foster partnerships that will help us decrease pollution and increase the safety of our communities.
Our goal is to help reduce the levels of local pollution and improve the well-being of the community.
Dr. Ioana Petrisor is a Biochemist and Environmental Consultant based in San Diego, CA. Dr. Petrisor is also an instructor of environmental forensics and the Editor-in-Chief of the Environmental Forensics Journal. With over 20 years of experience in environmental forensics and litigation support, Dr. Petrisor has extensive knowledge of forensics techniques and environmental contaminants.
She has conducted innovative research on environmental characterization and technologies of treatment for numerous soil and water contaminants and served as an expert witness for the California courts in various cases of environmental contamination, where she testified on the age, source, transport and fate of the contaminants.
Dr. Petrisor has a bachelor's degree in Chemistry and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry. Her Ph.D. major focused on developing innovative biotechnologies for the heavy metals used in mining. In 1999, she completed a UNESCO training program in the molecular genetics of plants. Dr. Petrisor regularly participates in scientific meetings, international conferences, workshops and seminars.
Over 400 pages of essential information in an easy-to-read practical guide to environmental forensics, a discipline that brings together Agatha Christie-style mysteries, scientific information, and environmental policies. This is a well-structured, cutting-edge investigation of contemporary environmental crimes and potential solutions from Ioana Petrisor, Ph.D., a biochemist specialized in environmental forensics, editor-in-chief of the leading journal in this field and a highly respected author, lecturer and litigation consultant.
A collection of authoritative insights into many areas of environmental forensics, with essential contributions provided by leading experts (with a chapter on perchlorate co-authored by Dr. Ioana Petrisor).
A guide to the environmental forensics techniques appropriate for various types of contamination and contaminants. With a chapter on microbial forensics co-authored by Dr. Ioana Petrisor.
A must-have book for academics, scientists, consultants or anyone interested in environmental forensic research. With a chapter on emerging forensic techniques co-authored by Dr. Ioana Petrisor.