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1992 solid waste policy report

Minnesota Office of Waste Management.

1992 solid waste policy report

presented to the Legislative Commission on Waste Management

by Minnesota Office of Waste Management.

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Published by Minnesota Office of Waste Management in St. Paul, MN .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Minnesota.
    • Subjects:
    • Refuse and refuse disposal -- Minnesota.,
    • Refuse and refuse disposal -- Government policy -- Minnesota.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[project coordinators, Mary Vandenbosch ... et al.; principal authors, David Benke].
      ContributionsVandenbosch, Mary., Benke, David., Minnesota. Legislative. Legislative Commission on Waste Management.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD788.4.M5 M55 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination140, 8, 11 p. :
      Number of Pages140
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1048668M
      LC Control Number93621401

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        The survey results show that the solid waste collection rates are far below the 90% claimed by the metropolis and street sweeping consumes approximately 51% of its solid waste budget. As a result of the relatively low collection rates the city residents are encouraged to Cited by: 8. As discussed in this report, even within the same type of waste incineration, there is broad variability in the emission patterns of pollutants, facility-specific emission characteristics (e.g., stack height and local weather conditions that can affect dispersion of released pollutants), the number of people potentially exposed to incineration.

      In , the USA produced more than million tonnes (EPA, , OECD, a, OECD, b) of MSW, or kg per quantity of MSW generated in the OECD area in was more than million tonnes, or kg per inhabitant (OECD, b).Fig. 1a and b shows the MSW arisings in selected OECD countries and in China, as total weight and as kg/yr/capita, by: The waste management hierarchy has been adopted by most industrialized countries as the menu for developing waste management strategies. According to Seadon (), many programmes have adopted waste management hierarchy to address solid waste, for example, New Zealand’s Local Government Act Amendment No. 4 () defines hierarchy as ‘‘reduction, reuse, recycling, recovery, treatment Cited by: 9.


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