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A technical and economic study of separate biowaste collection

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This study provides an overview of local authorities that have implemented separate biowaste collection as of January 1st 2016, in order to determine success factors, watch points and technical and economic impacts on the waste management public service. It also aims at determining success factors and watch points to have[…]  Plus de détails

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Auteurs SEROUSSI Adeline, GODOY Céline, COURBET Sylvie, GENTRIC Alexandra, AJBD, CITEXIA
Public(s) Collectivités territoriales
Thématique Déchets/Economie circulaire
Collection Expertise
Date d'édition 2018/02
Type de document Étude
Nb. de pages 12 P
Format pdf/A4
Langue EN

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This study provides an overview of local authorities that have implemented separate biowaste collection as of January 1st 2016, in order to determine success factors, watch points and technical and economic impacts on the waste management public service. It also aims at determining success factors and watch points to have in mind when reorganising a waste management public service.

This study describes technical schemes chosen by local authorities engaged in separate biowaste collection (pre-collection equipment as well as collection conditions). It provides information about costs and performances depending on technical schemes chosen by local authorities and their context (including housing typologies).

Local authorities that have dropped separate biowaste collection have also been interviewed in order to know the reasons.

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