Governance Waste and Toxics Management
Waste and Toxics Management
Governance_Waste_02_.jpg In nature, waste does not exist. In human societies, waste is everywhere, which indicates inefficiency. Waste can also harm human health and degrade the environment. Businesses find that waste reduction can "green" their bottom line. Local governments can use what is saved for other public purposes. In this section, practical approaches to waste reduction and elimination are presented.
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2 Basic Guide to Pesticides: Their Characteristics and Hazards
3 Beyond Pesticides: National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides (NCAMP)
4 Bio-Integral Resource Center (BIRC)
5 Building for the Future: Strategies to Reduce Construction and Demolition Waste in Municipal Projects
6 Catalog of Environmental Indicators, Vol. 1
7 Center for Health, Environment and Justice (CHEJ)
8 Consumer Education Initiative (CEI)
9 Cornell Waste Management Institute
10 Creating Wealth from Everyday Items
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