Aide m moire de gestion des d chets 4e d
Balbutiante il y a 30 ans, la gestion des déchets fait désormais partie des préoccupations des décideurs économiques et politiques. Les lois dites Grenelle 1 et Grenelle 2, la directive-cadre européenne de 2008 et d’autres textes réglementaires récents ont profondément modifié le monde des déchets. Intégralement mise à jour en tenant compte de cette évolution, cette 4e édition aborde : • les données techniques, réglementaires et économiques relatives aux différents types de déchets, à leur gestion, à leurs filières de traitement et aux acteurs du secteur ; • les pistes de développement. Cet aide-mémoire est un outil de travail indispensable aux responsables environnement, aux élus des collectivités locales, aux chefs d’entreprise et aux éco-industriels, ainsi qu’une référence utile aux étudiants du domaine.
Jobs for tomorrow
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Elites Ideas and the Evolution of Public Policy
Seen from the outside, the world of politics and policy-making seems to be in constant flux. Combining theoretical analysis with primary research, this book brings new light to the neglected problem of why individuals with a vested interest in current policies nevertheless promote reform.
Garbage In The Cities
As recently as the 1880s, most American cities had no effective means of collecting and removing the mountains of garbage, refuse, and manure-over a thousand tons a day in New York City alone-that clogged streets and overwhelmed the senses of residents. In his landmark study, Garbage in the Cities, Martin Melosi offered the first history of efforts begun in the Progressive Era to clean up this mess. Since it was first published, Garbage in the Cities has remained one of the best historical treatments of the subject. This thoroughly revised and updated edition includes two new chapters that expand the discussion of developments since World War I. It also offers a discussion of the reception of the first edition, and an examination of the ways solid waste management has become more federally regulated in the last quarter of the twentieth century. Melosi traces the rise of sanitation engineering, accurately describes the scope and changing nature of the refuse problem in U.S. cities, reveals the sometimes hidden connections between industrialization and pollution, and discusses the social agendas behind many early cleanliness programs. Absolutely essential reading for historians, policy analysts, and sociologists, Garbage in the Cities offers a vibrant and insightful analysis of this fascinating topic.
Practical Handbook of Material Flow Analysis
The first-ever book on this subject establishes a rigid, transparent and useful methodology for investigating the material metabolism of anthropogenic systems. Using Material Flow Analysis (MFA), the main sources, flows, stocks, and emissions of man-made and natural materials can be determined. By demonstrating the application of MFA, this book reveals how resources can be conserved and the environment protected within complex systems. The fourteen case studies presented exemplify the potential for MFA to contribute to sustainable materials management. Exercises throughout the book deepen comprehension and expertise. The authors have had success in applying MFA to various fields, and now promote the use of MFA so that future engineers and planners have a common method for solving resource-oriented problems.
Handbook of Industrial and Hazardous Wastes Treatment
Presenting effective, practicable strategies modeled from ultramodern technologies and framed by the critical insights of 78 field experts, this vastly expanded Second Edition offers 32 chapters of industry- and waste-specific analyses and treatment methods for industrial and hazardous waste materials-from explosive wastes to landfill leachate to wastes produced by the pharmaceutical and food industries. Key additional chapters cover means of monitoring waste on site, pollution prevention, and site remediation. Including a timely evaluation of the role of biotechnology in contemporary industrial waste management, the Handbook reveals sound approaches and sophisticated technologies for treating textile, rubber, and timber wastes dairy, meat, and seafood industry wastes bakery and soft drink wastes palm and olive oil wastes pesticide and livestock wastes pulp and paper wastes phosphate wastes detergent wastes photographic wastes refinery and metal plating wastes power industry wastes This state-of-the-art Second Edition is required reading for pollution control, environmental, chemical, civil, sanitary, and industrial engineers; environmental scientists; regulatory health officials; and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.
Make Every Minute Count
Time can't be saved up but it can be managed. Each of us manages time differently to suit our own personality and lifestyle, but the basic processes are described here, so we can choose which to apply to our circumstances: delegating prioritising tasks planning ahead dealing swiftly with interruptions and time-wasters making technology do the work using travelling time The updated edition of this practical book contains checklists, time-analysis forms and charts that can be adapted to suit individual needs. Above all, it will help you to allocate your time more efficiently, so that you can get more done in less time. For managers at all levels, Make Every Minute Count will prove an invaluable guide