Results of a Survey on Urban Waste and a Useful Econometric Model
A statistical research conducted on urban waste in the Expoparc district of the city of Piteºti provides an interesting opportunity to understand the whole statistical approach in ecological investigation in general. Presenting the results of a survey, which is based on an interesting questionnaire as a support of observation, also enabled us to develop an econometric model to forecast urban waste. Carried out as a classical statistical and econometric modeling research, the present paper provides a useful alternative for those who want to conduct researches in contemporary ecological environment, and especially in the area of household waste.
Volume (Year): 60 (2012)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
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