Waste in UK Law
- THE CRIMINAL WASTE DISCHARGER1
- The Waste and Spoilage of Food
Transitioning towards circular systems: property rights in waste
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore the impact that property rights can have on the implementation of circular waste economies, in which waste is reused, recycled or recovered, within ...
Waste Elimination: The Common Denominator for Improving
Waste is defined as anything other than the minimum amount of resources which are absolutely essential to add value to the product. Resources include equipment, parts, materials, space, energy, wor...
Waste, marginal property practices and the circular economy
Purpose: This paper aims to examine the effect of circular economy’s ending of waste on marginal property practices. Design/methodology/approach: This paper utilises doctrinal and theoretical lega...
- Exporting Waste Material: Compatibility of EU and UK Regulations
Computer‐aided Waste Detection: New Potential for Energy
Describes a novel management method for the detection and diagnosis of avoidable waste of consumable resources. The method is implemented on a personal computer and, although mainly applied to ener...
- Ameliorating Waste In England and The United States
Waste makes haste: Sarbanes‐Oxley, competitiveness and the subprime crisis
Purpose: The passage of the Sarbanes‐Oxley Act of 2002 followed hard on the collapses of Enron and WorldCom. Waste makes haste. Official reports for US government agencies worried that the legislat...
Waste Production and Overdevelopment: An Approach to Ecological Indicators
In this paper the magnitude of waste production in the overdeveloped part of the world is discussed. The focus is on what is seen to be technically possible and not on the changes in affluent econo...
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