Sustainable Municipal Waste Management Process – Environmental Protection and Profitable Public Investments
AbstractBoth the present waste management process in Romania, which does not involve any selective municipal waste collecting activities or adequate storage facilities and EU requirements in what concerns waste management (a significant reduction of stored municipal waste and an increase of recycling strategies and action plans) represented the main reasons for choosing to debate a series of strategic approaches towards the abovementioned subject herein. We focused both on the social and economic impact a sustainable waste management process may have trying to be as clear as possible about the costs and the benefits of implementing a national strategic action plan in the area.
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biodiverity; degradation; environment; sustenable; waste management;
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