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Decision-makers guide in solid waste management.
Robert A. Colonna
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency [for sale by the Supt. of Docs, U.S. Govt. Print. Off.] in [Washington]
Written in English
|Other titles||Solid waste management.|
|Statement||Prepared under the direction of Robert A. Colonna and Cynthia McLaren of the Office of Solid Waste Management Programs.|
|Contributions||McLaren, Cynthia., United States. Office of Solid Waste Management Programs.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 157 p.|
|Number of Pages||157|
Decision Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management, Environmental Pollution Agency, Washington DC, USA.. Time series analysis of solid waste Municipal Solid Jan 6| Solid Waste Planning and Disposal Why LAs Need a Solid Waste Management Plan SWM is a part of public health and sanitation; therefore, it falls within the purview of LAs. The LAs undertake the task of SWM with their own staff, equipment and funds. In some File Size: KB.
Knowing the full costs of municipal solid waste (MSW) manage-ment can help you make better decisions about your solid waste program, improve the efficiency of services, and better plan for the future. FCA can help you compile the detailed cost information you need to understand what MSW management costs and to communicate these costs to the Size: KB. Ho Chi Minh City is a large city that will become a mega-city in the near future. The city struggles with a rapidly increasing flow of municipal solid waste and a foreseeable scarcity of land to continue landfilling, the main treatment of municipal solid waste up to now. Therefore, additional municipal solid waste treatment technologies are by: 8.
This paper reviews several models developed to support decision making in municipal solid waste management (MSWM). The concepts underlying sustainable MSWM models can be divided into two categories: one incorporates social factors into decision making methods, and the other includes public participation in the decision-making process. 1. Introduction. Several models have been developed in recent decades to support decision making in municipal solid waste management (MSWM). In the s, the goals of the MSWM model were simple and narrow, such as optimizing waste collection routes for vehicles (Truitt et al., ) or locating appropriate transfer stations (Esmaili, , Helms and Clark, ).Cited by:
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Decision makers are encouraged to refer to EPA's Decision Makers' Guide in Solid Waste Management and the forthcoming Volume II of this Guide, which cover collection system design in more detail.
Frequency of Collection Collection frequency is based on cost factors as well as customer service. EPA// Decision Maker's Guide to Solid Waste Management, Volume II Project Co-Directors: Philip R. O'Leary Patrick W. Walsh Solid and Hazardous Waste Education Center University of Wisconsin-Extension and Department of Engineering Professional Development University of Wisconsin-Madison North Lake Street Madison, Wl Cooperative Agreement No.
CX Office. DECISION MAKER'S GUIDE TO SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT—Vol. II Page 8 COMBUSTION A decision many communities face is determining whether a waste-to-energy Decision-makers guide in solid waste management.
book system might be a feasible component of their integrated solid waste management program. The amount of waste combusted or expected to be handled by combustion systems throughFile Size: KB.
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Environmental Protection Agency. The Decision Makers’Guide to Incineration ofMunicipal Solid Waste is a tool for preliminary assessment of the feasibility of introducing large-scale incineration plants into the waste management systems of major cities in developing countries.
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Decision-makers guide to solid waste management. Waste-to-Energy Options in Muncipal Solid Waste Management - A Guide for Decision Makers in Developing and Emerging Countries outlines the different WtE technologies currently applied at the municipal level and their potential role in an integrated waste management Size: 1MB.
types of solid waste from houses, shops and other commercial premises, and with the sweeping of streets and public areas. It has been written for two purposes. The first purpose is to provide suggestions to guide decision-makers when they are considering changes in waste collection equipment or in the way that a waste collection service is provided.
Decision-Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management: Developing and Implementing an Airport Recycling Program (PDF) (42 pp, MB) Extended Product Responsibility: A Strategic Framework for Sustainable Products (PDF) (8 pp, K) Financing Guide for Recycling Businesses. Waste staging or storage activities also can serve to remove waste management from the “critical path” to reoccupancy by not having the waste management decision-making process and its various transportation, treatment and disposal issues impact the timeline.
provide decision makers with more details about designing and implementing specific source reduction programs. 5 S O U R C E R E D U C T I O N Page From: Decision Maker’s Guide to Solid Waste Management, Volume II, (EPA R), Project.
Solid waste management is an essential utility service Waste collection coverage Developing countries have made significant progress since the s, when average collection coverage was around municipal solid waste management in the context of a community’s total waste management plan.
The manual identifies issues and factors to consid-er when deciding to build a transfer station, planning and designing it, selecting a site, and involving the community. In many communities, citizens have voiced concerns about solid waste transfer.
and produce more waste, and their waste collection systems become more efficient, open dumping becomes increasingly intolerable. This guide serves as a tool for decision-makers in the solid waste management policy dis-course to make gradual improvements in the short term by upgrading dis.
Variable Rate Pricing - A Practical Guide for Local Decision Makers: A workbook designed to assist local officials, administrators, solid waste managers and coordinators, recyclers and others concerned about the management of municipal solid waste in evaluating, planning and implementing variable rate pricing.
The Decision Makers’ Guide is a practical tool for a preliminary assessment of whether the key crite-ria for a solid waste incineration scheme are pre-sent. The Technical Guidance Reportprovides decision makers and their advisers with more elaborate infor-mation on how to investigate and assess the degree to which the key criteria are Size: 1MB.Tchobanoglous George, Hilary Theisen, and Samuel Vigil.
Integrated Solid Waste Management. Engi-neering Principles and Management Issues. New York: McGraw-Hill, United States, Government of, Environmental Protection Agency.
Decision Makers Guide to Solid Waste Management. Washington: US Environmental Protection Agency, Global Waste Management Outlook Summary for Decision-Makers U n i t e d n a t i o n s e n v i r o n m e n t P r o g r a m m e United Nations Environment Programme P.O. Box Nairobi, Kenya Tel: ( 20) Fax: ( 20) E-mail: [email protected] web: