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Blue Jay Journal is an open access, peer reviewed, scholarly journal dedicated to publish articles in all areas of research in Management, Law and Social Sciences and technological findings related to it.
The journal aims to promote research communications and provide a forum for mangers, Lawyers, social sciences engineers and scientists and other professionals to find most recent advances in the scopes of the journals.
Blue jay journal, accepts original research articles, review articles, case reports and rapid communication on all the aspects of study and treatment of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.
Some of the latest publications:
The building materials made during the "use phase" pollutants emitted, may have significant adverse effects on human health. This study suggests, "emits utilization phase." A methodology for assessing the impact on human health of pollutants by building materials for The proposed methodology of pollutants emitted by building materials, by estimated measured emission factors for camera tests for the emission models. Then, the effects on human health by multiplying the proportion of admission and the factors derived on human health by the amount of pollutants emitted from building materials. In a case study, people possibly carcinogenic (HCP) was (6.74E-05 casecan) calculated by the proposed methodology almost identical to the HCP (6.80E-05 casecan) determined by evaluating health risks. It is the proposed methodology can be achieved in a position to reasonable results. The proposed methodology can be expected to assess the impact on human health of buildings with greater precision in the LCA. Moreover, the proposed methodology for improving the indoor environment of buildings is to be, as they predict the effects on human health during the design phase of the building.
The provision of adequate waste management is not only an indicator of the development, but also the sustainability in general. This is connected to the cities in developing countries with increasing generation of waste and environmentally related health problems faced expanding particularly relevant. Despite these pressing issues, municipal authorities often do not have the tools to make informed decisions tests. This study evaluates the carbon and the economic performance of low-carbon measures in the waste sector at the level of the city, in the context of a developing country. Palembang in Indonesia is used to other similar cities in developing countries relevant than in a medium-sized city in an emerging market. Evidence that the waste sector can achieve a significant reduction in carbon dioxide emissions and profitably to a carbon sink. Therefore, there is an economic argument for a path to low-carbon development Palembang and possibly other cities in developed and developing countries are facing similar challenges.