Quality of Resilient Cities, the Issue of Urban Waste: Waste Management as Part of Urban Metabolism

Elzbieta Dagny Rynska, Anna Teresa Oniszk-Poplawska, Urszula Kozminska

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This chapter focuses on the metabolic concept for the management and treatment of construction waste and organic fraction of municipal solid waste in urban areas. Analysis of related Dutch, German and Polish guidelines for environmental zoning of industrial plants, allows formulation of conditions for an optimal siting of waste infrastructure within urban unit. Protection zones are defined in accordance with specific requirements for waste facilities, which treat and recycle both municipal and construction waste. Distances from inhabited areas are related to environmental burdens generated by such facilities (incl. parameters such as odours, noise level, explosion impacts and emissions of other substances). Moreover, this chapter provides the analysis of a selected case studies of waste facilities processing. A comparison of European guidelines and implementation of practical solutions is described in the case study analysis, including the issues open for the discussion about sustainable siting for waste processing infrastructure within an urban unit.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelSmart Cities as a Solution for Reducing Urban Waste and Pollution
RedaktørerGoh Bee Hua
Antal sider26
ForlagIGI Global
Publikationsdato2016
Sider197-223
Kapitel7
ISBN (Trykt)9781522503026, 1522503021
ISBN (Elektronisk) 9781522503033
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StatusUdgivet - 2016
Udgivet eksterntJa

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Rynska, E. D., Oniszk-Poplawska, A. T., & Kozminska, U. (2016). Quality of Resilient Cities, the Issue of Urban Waste: Waste Management as Part of Urban Metabolism. I G. Bee Hua (red.), Smart Cities as a Solution for Reducing Urban Waste and Pollution (s. 197-223). IGI Global. https://doi.org/ISBN13: 9781522503026|ISBN10: 1522503021|EISBN13: 9781522503033|DOI:
Rynska, Elzbieta Dagny ; Oniszk-Poplawska, Anna Teresa ; Kozminska, Urszula. / Quality of Resilient Cities, the Issue of Urban Waste : Waste Management as Part of Urban Metabolism. Smart Cities as a Solution for Reducing Urban Waste and Pollution. red. / Goh Bee Hua. IGI Global, 2016. s. 197-223
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Smart Cities as a Solution for Reducing Urban Waste and Pollution. red. / Goh Bee Hua. IGI Global, 2016. s. 197-223.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportBidrag til bog/antologiForskningpeer review

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