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National Survey of domestic organic waste management in France

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Domestic bio-waste management (composting, non-collection of grass clippings, placing at the bottom of the garden, burning in the open (not recommended by ADEME) or in the fireplace/stove, mulching, animal feed etc.) was the subject of a national survey for the first time in France in 2008 and was combined with[…]  Plus de détails

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Auteurs INDDIGO, LH2, ADEME
Public(s) Entreprises et fédérations professionnelles
Collectivités territoriales
Thématique Déchets/Economie circulaire
Collection Hors collection
Date d'édition 2008/09
Type de document Etude / Recherche
Nb. de pages 6 P + 6 P + 88 P
Format pdf/A4
Langue EN

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Domestic bio-waste management (composting, non-collection of grass clippings, placing at the bottom of the garden, burning in the open (not recommended by ADEME) or in the fireplace/stove, mulching, animal feed etc.) was the subject of a national survey for the first time in France in 2008 and was combined with 39 local surveys on the best community sites in the National Domestic Composting Support Plan.
The relative frequencies of the different practices for kitchen waste, household waste and green waste were evaluated and the flows in play in households were also studied. They are probably equivalent to those managed by communities in composting or anaerobic digestion facilities.