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Title: Innovations – sustainability – modernity – openness. Modernity in engineering. Series of monographs. Volume 43
Authors: Vitenko, Tetiana
Marynenko, Nataliia
Kramar, Iryna
Biyik, Yudum
Baycan, Neval
Cecilia, Ciacci
et. al
Affiliation: Ternopil Ivan Puluj National Technical University
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Innovations – sustainability – modernity – openness. Modernity in engineering / Ed. By Dorota Anna Krawczyk, Iwona Skoczko, Ewa Szatyłowicz. Series of monographs. Volume 43. Printing House of Bialystok University of Technology. Bialystok, 2021. 174 p.
Issue Date: 2021
Date of entry: 10-Jan-2022
Publisher: Printing House of Bialystok University of Technology
Country (code): PL
Place of the edition/event: Bialystok, Poland
Keywords: sustainable development
waste management
circular economy
Page range: 174
Abstract: Development of waste management system in the European Union is studied. The waste management practice in a range of the EU countries is analyzed. Main principles of solving the problem of managing waste in the EU are revealed. Comparison of indicators for waste management in the EU and Ukraine is provided. The dominant European trends among other areas of waste – “zero waste” and “circular economy” – are identified. The regulatory framework for waste management developed in Ukraine as a step towards international environmental safety standards is discussed.
URI: http://elartu.tntu.edu.ua/handle/lib/37181
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