Circular Economy and Efficient Use of Resources
Cioca, Lucian-Ionel (editor)
Previous and current resource use models have led to high levels of pollution, environmental degradation, and depletion of natural resources. The waste policy has a long history and has traditionally focused on more environmentally sustainable waste management. To be efficient in terms of resource use, the principles of the circular economy should change this trend, transforming the economy into a sustainable economy. The new waste regulations introduce new waste management objectives in terms of waste prevention, reuse, recycling, and storage by addressing new processes.
Keywordsmunicipal solid waste; calorific value; energy potential; sustainable process; resource efficiency; entrepreneurship; entrepreneurial intentions; education for sustainable development; innovation; sindh engro coal mine; environmental sustainability; health and safety; social interaction and quality of life; economic development; palm kernel shell; graphite; catalytic graphitization; biomass waste; globalization; economic growth; natural resources; ecological footprint; environmental Kuznets curve; Thailand; oil pipeline; incidents; cause; petroleum products; statistical analysis; consequences; safety; Chi-Square test; cross-tabulation
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
History of engineering & technology