K.B. Utkina, V.A. Peresadko, A.N. Nekos, N.V. Popovich. STATE AND PROSPECTS OF WASTE MANAGEMENT WITHIN FRAMEWORK OF KHARKIV REGION DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY TO THE YEAR 2020

https://doi.org/10.15407/ugz2015.04.058
Ukr. geogr. z. 2015, N4:58-63
Authors: 

K.B. Utkina - V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University;
V.A. Peresadko - V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University;
A.N. Nekos - V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University;
N.V. Popovich - V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University.

Abstract: 

The purpose of the publication – show the current region state by the presence of I-IV grades of hazard waste within the framework of Kharkiv region Development Strategy to the year 2020 and measures for their utilization and disposal. the content of regulations and statistical documents relating to waste management in the last 5 years have been analyzed and three thematic maps: «Formation and accumulation of I-III grade hazardous waste in Kharkiv region», «Density of the IV hazard class waste and the number of solid household waste landfills in Kharkiv region», «Waste management in the Kharkiv region» have been created. The main activities carried out in regards to the operations with the solid household waste have been revealed and priorities of the region development program implementation monitoring to the year 2020 have been outlined. The novelty of the study - rationale behind necessity for integrated approach to waste management at different levels based on mapping and analytical monitoring.

Key words: 
solid household waste, hazardous waste classes, Kharkiv region development strategy, maps of solid waste, monitoring
Pages: 
58-63
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