Reverse Logistics Processes In Industrial Waste Management As An Element Of Sustainable Development
This article has a brief introduction about reverse logistics usage in wastemanagement. Then Authors proposed own elaborated descriptive model of reverse logisticsprocesses in enterprises managing industrial waste. There was a research made in Poland inSilesia region on six different enterprises managing industrial waste, so model is based on reverselogistics literature studies and practical activities of waste management in enterprises managingindustrial waste. The paper presents very clear the role of reverse logistics processes in enterprisesmanaging industrial waste. It shows very interesting connection between logistics and waste, whatis an interesting element of sustainable development conception for achieving ecological goals.
Volume (Year): 2 (2010)
Issue (Month): 12 ()
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