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posted on 23 March 2011 by Anonymous
StopWaste.Org is the Alameda County Waste Management Authority and the Alameda County Source Reduction and Recycling Board operating as one public agency. The Authority is responsible for preparation of the Alameda County Integrated Waste...

Municipal Waste Europe

posted on 10 November 2011 by Anonymous
Municipal Waste Europe is the European association representing municipalities responsible for waste management and their publicly owned waste management companies, promoting public responsibility for waste  management as a service of general...

Department of Waste Management & Pollution Control (DWMPC)

posted on 18 July 2012 by Sameera
The Department of Waste Management and Pollution Control, (DWMPC) is mandated to prevent and control pollution of the environment through the formulation of waste management policies, regulating and monitoring of the waste sector.

Municipal Strategic Planning for Solid Waste Management, Concepts and Tools

posted on 25 May 2010 by Anonymous
What it is Strategic Planning when it comes to Solid Waste Management (SWM)? Strategic Planning is a very adaptable methodology where the only thing fixed is the final objective: Integrated Sustainable Waste Management System. By keeping that in mind...

ISWM Case Study: Municipality of Elefsina, Attica, Greece

posted on 23 June 2010 by Anonymous
The case of Elefsina Municipality: An example of ISWM in practise! Located in the north-west coast of Attica, in Greece and with a population of approximately 300.000 inhabitants, Elefsina is one of the most active municipalities in the country in...

Simplified Guide on Solid Waste Management in Asian Developing Countries

posted on 10 November 2011 by tatiana
This guide attempts to make clear how solid waste management in Asian developing countries is influenced by the prevailing social, economic, institutional, legal, technical and environmental conditions, and points out the negative impacts of...

Evaluation of major Gaps in Knowledge on Solid Waste in 9 Asian Countries

posted on 10 November 2011 by tatiana
This report from the ISSOWAMA (Integrated Solid Waste Management in Asia) project aims at gathering information and identifying gaps of knowledge as well as scientific and technological barriers concerning present MSW management in the Asian region...

Gaps and Barriers for Appropriate Waste Management in Asian Developing countries Insufficient access to know-how.pdf

posted on 10 November 2011 by tatiana
One of the products of the ISSOWAMA (Integrated Sustainable Waste Management in Asia) project is an insightful presentation on "Gaps and Barriers for Appropriate Waste Management in Asian Developing countries". The countries analysed include...

Compost Quality Standards & Guidelines in America

posted on 22 September 2010 by Anonymous
The report examines the history of compost appreciation,and particularly looks at the emerging awareness of the need to distinguish composts from other re-cycled wastes and common fertilizers. Without such distinguishing features, compost sales may lag...

Start a Business: Vemi-Composting

posted on 23 September 2010 by Anonymous
The Department of Trade and Industry, thought the Bureau of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise development, of the Philippines has published a guide for starting your own vermi-compost business. Important information is provided with regards to:...