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Building waste managment in Bulgaria : challenges and opportunities

type de publication      article dans une revue internationale avec comité de lecture
date de publication 2003
auteur(s) Hadjieva-Zaharieva R.; Dimitrova E.; Buyle-Bodin François
journal Waste Management
volume (numéro) 23 (8)
pages 749 – 761
résumé Building waste recycling as aggregates is a modern approach for preventing environmental pollution through both reducing the stocks of waste and decreasing the use of natural aggregates. The reuse of building waste is a relatively new issue for Bulgaria despite the existing considerable quantity of building waste and the significant changes in the environmental rules applied. The paper discusses generated and potential waste streams in Bulgaria in the context of the social and economic restructuring and recent urban development undergone by the country. The main preliminary conditions for developing the recycling activity such as: streams of building waste, experience in recycling, technical and environmental standardization, appropriate technologies, etc. are examined. The authors analyze current practice and research activities with regard to the implementation of advanced EU building-waste recycling methods. Conclusions are drawn about existing opportunities and the priorities of the needed building waste management strategy in the country.
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