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Title:PROBLEMATIKA NADOMEŠČANJA OKOLJSKO MANJ SPREJEMLJIVIH MATERIALOV Z OKOLJSKO SPREJEMLJIVEJŠIMI MATERIALI NA PODROČJU LEPIL
Authors:ID Vollmayer, Roman (Author)
ID Senegačnik, Marjan (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Files:.pdf UN_Vollmayer_Roman_2016.pdf (1,18 MB)
MD5: 11B4475CC4740BCE7D2BCAAC2001C2F5
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper
Organization:FOV - Faculty of Organizational Sciences in Kranj
Abstract:POVZETEK V diplomskem delu smo predstavili delitev lepil in njihovo uporabo v proizvodnji. Opisali smo več vrst delitev lepil in podrobneje analizirali in opisali industrijska lepila (tista, ki jih proizvaja podjetje Kemis plus d. o. o.) in njihovo uporabo. Poseben pomen smo posvetili opisu industrijskih lepil, saj je njihova izdelava in nadalje uporaba zaradi vsebnosti strupenih snovi nevarna in škodljiva zdravju in okolju. Zaradi njihove škodljivosti smo opisali tudi način ravnanja z lepili, ko le-ti postanejo odpadki. Pregledali in opisali smo tudi zakone na Evropski in nacionalni ravni ter druge uredbe in določila. Posebno pozornost smo posvetili ISO standardoma 9000 in 14000, ki najbolj natančno opisujeta priporočila, načine in postopke za ravnanje z odpadki. Opisali smo, katere snovi so bile pri izdelavi lepil zaradi svoje strupenosti in škodljivosti odstranjene oziroma zamenjane z manj škodljivimi. Z anketo smo skušali izvedeti, ali ljudje, ki pri svojem delu uporabljajo lepila, poznajo postopke pravilnega lepljenja, uporabljajo zaščitna sredstva, ločujejo odpadke ter ali poznajo ISO standarda 9000 in 14000 in njun pomen. Na koncu diplomskega dela smo opisali priporočila na individualni, nacionalni in svetovni ravni, ki naj bi se izvajala za čim boljše doseganje varovanja zdravja ljudi in okolja.
Keywords:KLJUČNE BESEDE: - industrijska lepila, - anorganska lepila, - varovanje okolja, - ravnanje z odpadki, - vodni viri
Place of publishing:Maribor
Year of publishing:2016
PID:20.500.12556/DKUM-63918 New window
COBISS.SI-ID:7813395 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:BCBYOM6H
Publication date in DKUM:27.10.2016
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Language:English
Title:THE PROBLEM OF REPLACING LESS ENVIRONMENTALLY ACCEPTABLE MATERIALS WITH ENVIRONMENTALLY ACCEPTABLE MATERIALS ON ADHESIVES
Abstract:ABSTRACT The thesis presents the classification of adhesives and their industrial application. It describes various different classifications, and provides an in-depth analysis and description of industrial adhesives (the ones produced by Kemis plus d.o.o.), including their application. Special focus is given to the description of the industrial adhesives, as their manufacture and subsequent use may be dangerous to health and the environment due to hazardous components. Because of the latter, the handling of adhesives in the process of their disposal is described in more detail. The thesis also provides an overview of national and European laws, as well as other related decrees. Special focus is given to the ISO standards 9000 and 14000, which ostensibly describe recommendations, manners and procedures regarding waste management. Further more, the description of which hazardous components of the adhesives were removed or replaced with less hazardous is provided. A survey was used to discern whether the people that use adhesives are aware of the proper adhesive bonding procedures, use protective equipment, recycle and if they are aware of the ISO standards 9000 and 14000, including their meaning. The thesis concludes with individual, national and global recommendations that would help protect the public health and the environment.
Keywords:KEYWORDS: - industrial adhesives, - inorganic adhesives, - environmental protection, - waste management - water resources


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