Health problems related to the environment have become
a major source of concern all over the world. The health of the population depends upon good quality environmental factors including air, water, soil,
food and many other factors.
Society aims to establish measures that can eliminate or considerably reduce hazardous factors from the human environment to minimize the associated health risks. The ability to achieve these objectives is greatly dependent on the development of suitable experimental, modelling
and interpretive techniques, that allow a balanced assessment of the risk involved, as well as suggest ways in which the situation can be improved.
Environmental Health Risk 2009 is the Fifth International Conference in this successful series which topics include: Risk Prevention and Monitoring; Air Pollution; Water Quality Issues; Food Safety; Occupational Health; Social and
Economic Issues; Radiation Fields; Accident and Man-Made Risks; Toxicology Analysis; Epidemiological Studies and Pandemics; Control of Pollution Risk; Mitigation Problems; Ecology and Health; Waste Disposal; Disaster Management and Preparedness; Noise; Lifestyle Risk; Prevention Strategies; The Built
Environment and Health.