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Management of Hazardous Wastes

by The World Bank  (Jan. 1, 1997)

' Management of hazardous waste is a growing concern in many countries. The long-term impacts and costs of improper disposal can be very high and the emphasis must be on prevention. A comprehensive management system should include (i) policies, institutions and effective regulations and (ii) adequate and acceptable disposal facilities (either ...

Management of spent nuclear fuel and its waste

by European Commission, Joint Research Centre  (Sep. 30, 2014)

The spent nuclear fuel from the operation of nuclear power plants needs to be managed in a safe, responsible and effective way. Several possibilities exist to deal with the spent fuel. Within the so-called “open fuel cycle”, it is disposed of without further use. When “closing the fuel cycle”, the energetic component in the ...

Cost savings for Healthcare Estates delivered through improved waste management

by GPT Waste Management Ltd  (Sep. 23, 2014)

We are pleased to announce the launch of our latest White Paper for the Healthcare Sector. The whitepaper “Cost savings for healthcare estates delivered through improved waste management“ seeks to educate FM and Estates Directors of the savings that are available through improved waste management. Click ...

Municipal solid waste management

by Jindal power ltd.  (Jun. 5, 2005)

Management of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) is one of the most basic obligatory functions of the Urban Local Bodies. In most of the cities, however, the standard of waste management needs improvement. The environmental and health hazards caused by the unsanitary conditions in the cities were epitomised by the episode of plague in Surat in 1994. That ...

Waste management regulations

by ORBIT e.V.  (Jan. 2, 1999)

In recent years, utilisation of biowastes (especially biowaste composts) has gained greater significance in the Federal Republic of Germany. Whereas less than 1 million tonnes of biowaste was source separated and utilised in 1990, more than 6 million tonnes of biowaste are currently used as fertilisers after composting or digestion. Since ...

Waste Management - Bulgaria

by VIA EXPO Ltd.  (Dec. 14, 2011)

Bulgaria is a country, that faces serious waste management challenges. The current infrastructure is old, fractional and insufficient. Addressing the issue constitutes a major priority for the Bulgarian government and the planned areas for development include the creation of regional waste disposal systems, as well as the ...

Waste management creates profit

by RUNI A/S  (May 4, 2011)

Large US furniture chain turns over USD 3 million through recycling of packaging. In 2007, the US furniture chain Rooms To Go turned over USD 1.75 billion worth of furniture – products packaged using vast amounts of cardboard, wood, plastic and EPS. But already in 1991 the chain introduced a recycling programme that has transformed waste ...

Waste Management Overview

by U.S. Department of Energy - Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy  (Jan. 1, 1997)

Introduction Our Nation has entered an era in which, as a result of changing world conditions, nuclear weapons production is receiving less attention while the public is expressing increasing concern about protecting human health and preserving the quality of our environment. In response to this national concern, the Department of Energy (DOE) has ...

Hazardous Waste Management

by Ramans Enviro Services Pvt Ltd  (Apr. 4, 2014)

In today’s environment, there is a need for efficient Hazardous Waste Management (HWM) to manage the transportation, treatment, storage, and disposal of huge quantity of generated Hazardous Waste (HW) from industrial and commercial facilities as well as from smaller household sources as they can also pose an immediate and significant threat ...

Professionalism in waste management

by The Initiates Limited, (TIL)  (Mar. 17, 2007)

It is difficult to discuss the absence of professionalism in waste management after all; archaeologists have used waste to discover ancient human settlements. This implies that waste existed with man and it is evidently a measure of human imperfection. It therefore means that waste existence could be dated back to the time when man lost its ...

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