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Solid Waste Management and Recycling Actors, Partnerships and Policies in Hyderabad, India and Nairobi, Kenya

Edited By: Isa Baud, Johan Post and Christine Furedy
Solid Waste Management and Recycling
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  • Solid Waste Management and Recycling ISBN: 9781402019753 Hardback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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This book is for practising professionals and academics working in urban planning and international development: international project staff, trainers, urban development researchers and teaching staff in universities and polytechnics. "Solid Waste Management and Recycling" is unique in that it: utilizes an 'integrated solid waste management perspective' in its analysis; provides embedded case study data; deals with both formal and informal actors and institutional arrangements in solid waste management and recycling; has chapters written by experts from the countries concerned (Kenya and India); can be used in graduate-level courses in urban development, urban management and planning, and technical engineering courses for students, project staff, and technical students.


From the contents:Foreword and acknowledgements.- Part I: Collection, transportation and disposal of urban solid waste.- Part II: Reuse, recovery and recycling of urban inorganic solid waste.- Part III: Reuse of urban organic solid waste.- Part IV: Conclusions.- Methodological appendix. Bibliography.

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Edited By: Isa Baud, Johan Post and Christine Furedy
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