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The Economics of Residential Solid Waste Management (International Library of Environmental Economics and Policy)

by Thomas C. Kinnaman

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Published by Ashgate Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economics,
  • Waste management,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Science,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Life Sciences - Ecology - Recycling,
  • Economics - General,
  • Economic aspects,
  • Recycling (Waste, etc.),
  • Refuse and refuse disposal,
  • United States,
  • Waste minimization

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages423
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10852380M
    ISBN 100754623238
    ISBN 109780754623236

    4 Economic instrum Ents in solid w Ast m n g m nt 1 Assessing and continuously tracking the full service costs makes cost reduc- tion potentials visible and is thus essential for improving the efficiency of waste management. 2 Assessments of all SWM costs, including upfront and back-end costs (e.g. landfill clo- sure and aftercare) as well as environmental or social costs resulting from unsus-. I have dedicated nearly two decades of research to the economics of solid waste and recycling. My contributions to the literature on this topic have been published in, among others, the American Economic Review, the Journal of Economic Perspectives, the Journal of Urban Economics, the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, the National Tax Journal, and in Berkeley Electronic .

    Modern solid-waste management plants in most developed countries now emphasize the practice of recycling and waste reduction at the source rather than incineration and land disposal. Solid-waste characteristics Composition and properties. The sources of solid waste include residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial activities.   Meanwhile, solid wastes produced by Philippine cities are expected to increase by percent to 77, tons by Residential areas produce the most amount of solid .

    ABSTARCT: Solid waste is the useless, unwanted and discarded material resulting from day to day activities in the community. Solid waste management may . For historical and socio-economic reasons, the countries of the southern Black Sea region are facing mounting and apparently intractable problems in managing their solid waste, with increasingly serio.


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The Economics of Residential Solid Waste Management (International Library of Environmental Economics and Policy) by Thomas C. Kinnaman Download PDF EPUB FB2

The market of municipal solid waste (MSW) collection and disposal has changed substantially over the past thirty years. This study will help guide both newcomers and past contributors through the fundamental aspects of policies designed to reduce the external costs of MSW collection, and the important empirical relationships that, in the end, govern the selection of MSW by:   The Economics of Residential Solid Waste Management: Kinnaman, Thomas C.: Books - at: Hardcover.

The Economics of Residential Solid Waste Management. DOI link for The Economics of Residential Solid Waste Management. The Economics of Residential Solid Waste Management book. Edited By Thomas C.

Kinnaman. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 24 October Pub. location London. Imprint by: The Economics of Residential Solid Waste Management Thomas C. Kinnaman, Don Fullterton NBER Working Paper No. Issued in August NBER Program(s):Public Economics This paper provides a broad overview of recent trends in solid waste and recycling, related public policy issues, and the economics literature devoted to these by: "The Economics Of Solid Waste Reduction," Books, Edward Elgar Publishing, number Richardson, Robert A.

& Havlicek, Joseph Jr., " Economic analysis of the composition of household solid wastes," Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, Elsevier, vol.

5(1), pagesMarch. The Economics of Residential Solid Waste Management. Thomas C. Kinnaman and Don Fullterton Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Don Fullerton () NoNBER Working Papers from National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc Abstract: This paper provides a broad overview of recent trends in solid waste and recycling, related public policy issues, and the economics literature.

Managing Hazardous and Solid Waste. EPA regulates the management of hazardous and solid waste as legislated by RCRA. In the past, EPA has promoted local economic incentives to reduce and recycle municipal solid waste (MSW).

MSW is a term used to describe household and commercial (typically not industrial) garbage. Solid waste management is defined as the discipline associated with control of generation, storage, collection, transport or transfer, processing and disposal of solid waste materials in a way that best addresses the range of public health, conservation, economic, aesthetic, engineering, and other environmental considerations.

Pearce, D. and R.K. Turner (), Economics and Solid Waste Management in the‘ Developing World’, Working Paper WMCentre for Social and Economic Research of the Global Environment (CSERGE), London.

McCrea M, Tan TK, Ting H-H, Zuo X () A cost-benefit analysis of different waste-to-energy technologies for the management of municipal solid waste in Singapore Google Scholar McLanaghan S () Delivering the landfill directive: the role of new and emerging technologies. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm.

Contents: Contents: Part I: Theoretical Aspects of Policy Alternatives: Dynamics of waste accumulation: disposal versus recycling, Vernon L. Smith; Fundamental economic comparisons of solid waste policy options, Allen K. Miedema; International trade in waste products in the presence of.

The Economics of Waste. 04/05/ am ET Updated Many individuals are under the impression that some materials, products and forms of packaging are not recyclable by design or composition. While this is a commonly held belief among many people across the world, it is simply untrue. The real barrier preventing our most common.

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This paper provides a broad overview of recent trends in solid waste and recycling, related public policy issues, and the economics literature devoted to these topics. Public attention to solid waste and recycling has increased dramatically over the Cited by: DOI: /w Corpus ID: The Economics of Residential Solid Waste Management @article{KinnamanTheEO, title={The Economics of Residential Solid Waste Management}, author={Thomas C.

Kinnaman and Don Fullerton}, journal={Environmental Economics}, year={} }. The Economics of Residential Solid Waste Management 1. Introduction The market for residential solid waste management and disposal has experienced dramatic changes over the past 20 years.

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This study will help guide both newcomers and. The purpose of this book is to bring together experiences reported from different geographical regions and local contexts on solid waste management disposal.

It is hoped that this publication will open the eyes of the citizens in this part of the world to the increasing menace posed by the lack of waste management systems and inspire them to do. Get this from a library. The economics of residential solid waste management. [Thomas C Kinnaman; Don Fullerton; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: This paper provides a broad overview of recent trends in solid waste and recycling, related public policy issues, and the economics literature devoted to these topics.

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Kinnaman, Bucknell University.Get this from a library! The Economics of Residential Solid Waste Management. [Don Fullterton; Thomas C Kinnaman; National Bureau of Economic Research;] -- This paper provides a broad overview of recent trends in solid waste and recycling, related public policy issues, and the economics literature devoted to these topics.

Public attention to solid waste.