The interactions between human activities and the environment are complicated and often difficult to quantify. In many occasions, judging where the optimal balance should lie among environmental protection, social well-being, economic growth, and technological progress is complex. The use of a systems engineering approach will fill in the gap contributing to how we understand the intricacy by a holistic way and how we generate better sustainable soli waste management practices. This book also aims to advance interdisciplinary understanding of intertwined facets between policy and technology relevant to solid waste management issues interrelated to climate change, land use, economic growth, environmental pollution, industrial ecology, and population dynamics.Source: Dyson and Chang (2005) other factors are increasing, an effect accounted for in the tonnes per income model. ... Median income shows a steady increase over time, with the ratio relative to service center remaining the same for allanbsp;...
|Title||:||Sustainable Solid Waste Management|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2015-03-23|