Recycling Systems Books

  • A Wasted Opportunity: Getting The Most Out Of Britain`s Bins

    Our latest report recommends the radical overhaul of the UK's waste system to reduce the cost on households, improve recycling rates, increase local authority efficiency and expand the proportion of the UK's energy needs met through waste.A Wasted Opportunity notes that Britain still sends more than half its waste to landfill sites, and 15.5 ...

  • Recovery and Recycling Systems: Guidelines - Phasing out ODS in Developing Countries (French)

    Includes guidance to the National Ozone Units and industry on how to design, establish and operate recovery & recycling systems for ozone depleting refrigerants and explain the roles of the relevant stakeholders. Recovery & recycling prevents venting of the refrigerant during servicing and makes recycled refrigerants available for re-use. ...

  • Sanitation Promotion

    A collection of original articles, case studies, checklists, worksheets, and stimulating ideas aimed at raising the profile of sanitation and thus attracting the assistance and investments needed to make progress. Noting that tremendous efforts over the past two decades have had little impact on sanitary conditions for much of the world, the book ...

  • Managing Wastes In Merger Conditions: Optimizing Systems

    This document identifies useful strategies for making waste management decisions under merger conditions. It specifically focuses on optimizing waste systems for cost, compliance safety, and recycling of wastes. When multiple organizations consolidate, waste generation from many sites are best managed consistently, cost effectively, and ...

  • An Ounce Of Prevention: Waste Reduction Strategies For Healthcare Facilities

    This book will illustrate a basic, but comprehensive, approach to implementing waste reduction and recycling strategies in health care facilities. Definitions will be given to terms in waste management world. Learn how to cut costs, improve productivity and understand the waste management ...

  • Handbook of Environmentally Conscious Manufacturing

    Manufacturers are increasingly, under pressure from their major stakeholders to integrate environmental issues in the design and management of their products. These stakeholders include customer, regulators, employees, communities, and interest groups who have a common stake in protecting the earth from pollution and in limiting the ...

  • The Waste Market

    The Waste Market undertakes the interesting task of examining the creative ways in which a handful of European countries, namely Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, and Sweden, have managed their waste collection market. For instance, the Netherlands experimented a lot with competition and different types of ownership. It shows that ...

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