‘EN-WIS’ for ENvironmental WISdom!
Complete solutions for your industrial resource management and the compliance of wisdom in the environmental and emission management..!
Services from EN-WIS:
Provide consultancy services to companies on resource management, industrial symbiosis, circular economy, carbon emission reduction and management.
Masters and PhD students of Environmental engineering, Industrial Ecology and Sustainability, Circular Economy
- Kwinana Industrial Symbiosis Project (KISP)
- Dimensions and value of Industrial Symbiosis
- Circular Economy: Construction and Demolition Materials: New methods to maximise recovery and recycling in Western Australia
Undergraduate engineering students mentorship for getting them work ready.
- Carbon Reduction KIA (Phase
- Promoting Smart Drinking Water Management in South Asian Cities -Process Specialist (International),
- Mt. Barker WWTP- Planning for long term
- Projects with EEI
Oughton, C., Kurup, B., Anda., M., & Ho, G. (2022) Industrial symbiosis to Circular economy: what does the literature reveal for a successful Complex Industrial Area? Springer Journal of Circular Economy and Sustainability, DOI:10.1007/s43615-022-00153-1
- Oughton, C., Anda, M., Kurup, B., & Ho, G. (2021). Water Circular Economy at the Kwinana Industrial Area, Western Australia—the Dimensions and Value of Industrial Symbiosis. Springer Journal of Circular Economy and Sustainability DOI:10.1007/s43615-021-00076-3
EN-WIS Focuses on:
Industrial Resource Management (IRM)
IRM aims at modern thinking and practice towards sustainable resource management with focus on industrial activities. https://www.inderscienceonline.com/doi/abs/10.1504/PIE.2009.029077
Modern thinking has elements such as:
Industrial Symbiosis (IS)
Industrial symbiosis engages diverse organisations in a network to foster eco-innovation and long-term culture change. Creating and sharing knowledge through the network yields mutually profitable transactions for novel sourcing of required inputs, value-added destinations for non-product outputs, and improved business and technical processes.
Circular Economy (CE)
There are several major schools of thought around CE, they are the Industrial ecology of Reid Lifset and Thomas Graedel; and Biomimicry by Janine Benyus; Natural Capitalism by Amory and Hunter Lovins and Paul Hawken and the Blue economy systems approach by Gunter Pauli.https://doi.org/10.1007/s43615-021-00076-3
Carbon Accounting and Management
Reducing the output of greenhouse gas emissions is one of the most critical responses to reduce climate variations. It plays a critical role in implementing the carbon and climate commitments. Direct and indirect emission reductions are equally important. https://kic.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/Carbon-Reduction-KIA-Report-Phase-1_RS_June-2021.pdf