Open access peer-reviewed Edited volume

Waste Management

An Integrated Vision

Edited by Luis Fernando Marmolejo Rebellon

Universidad del Valle del Cauca, Colombia

Solid waste management generates big challenges for society due to its large variability in production and composition, and because of its sanitary and environmental impacts. To contribute in facing this situation, this book includes a worldwide overview of experiences and conceptual and technical developments attained through research and development projects. In addition to minimizing generation, considered as the most desirable practice, it includes alternatives of valuation for potentially recoverable waste and strategies to reduce final conditioning and disposition risks. The book includes contextual technical, economical, political and social aspects aimed at proposing integral solutions for the solid waste management.

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Waste ManagementAn Integrated VisionEdited by Luis Fernando Marmolejo Rebellon

Published: October 26th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/3150

ISBN: 978-953-51-0795-8

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69509 Total Chapter Downloads

18 Crossref Citations

13 Web of Science Citations

45 Dimensions Citations

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1. Solid Waste Management in African Cities – East Africa

By James Okot-Okumu

13276

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2. Waste Management Threats to Human Health and Urban Aquatic Habitats – A Case Study of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

By Elias Mazhindu, Trynos Gumbo and Tendayi Gondo

9406

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3. Solid Waste Management in Malaysia – A Move Towards Sustainability

By Jayashree Sreenivasan, Marthandan Govindan, Malarvizhi Chinnasami and Indrakaran Kadiresu

4483

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4. Household Solid Waste Management in Jakarta, Indonesia: A Socio-Economic Evaluation

By Aretha Aprilia, Tetsuo Tezuka and Gert Spaargaren

5524

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5. Environmental Awareness and Education: A Key Approach to Solid Waste Management (SWM) – A Case Study of a University in Malaysia

By Asmawati Desa, Nor Ba’yah Abd Kadir and Fatimah Yusooff

8605

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6. Managing Waste Through Managing People

By Manfred Fehr

1460

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7. Perspectives for Sustainable Resource Recovery from Municipal Solid Waste in Developing Countries: Applications and Alternatives

By Luis F. Marmolejo, Luis F. Diaz, Patricia Torres and Mariela García

1502

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8. Agro-Industrial Waste Management: A Case Study of Soil Fauna Responses to the Use of Biowaste as Meadow Fertiliser in Galiza, Northwestern Spain

By Mariana Matos-Moreira, Mario Cunha, M. Elvira López-Mosquera, Teresa Rodríguez and Emilio Carral

2789

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9. Implementation of Recycling Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) at University Campus

By Tiew Kian-Ghee, Noor Ezlin Ahmad Basri, Hassan Basri, Shahrom Md Zain and Sarifah Yaakob

2118

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10. Plastics Recycling – Technology and Business in Japan

By Yoichi Kodera

5649

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11. Scenarios for Sustainable Final Waste Treatment in Developing Country

By Christia Meidiana

898

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12. Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Housing and Manure Management Systems at Confined Livestock Operations

By Md Saidul Borhan, Saqib Mukhtar, Sergio Capareda and Shafiqur Rahman

1589

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13. Agricultural Waste Management Systems and Software Tools

By John J. Classen and Harbans Lal

2021

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14. Construction and Demolition Waste Management in Turkey

By Hakan Arslan, Nilay Coşgun and Burcu Salgın

4075

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15. E-Waste Disposal Challenges and Remedies: A Tanzanian Perspective

By Daniel Koloseni and Faith Shimba

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