The following are some of the major areas in which papers are solicited:• Generation and characterization• Minimization• Recycling and reuse• Storage, collection, transport, and transfer• Treatment (mechanical, biological, chemical, thermal, other)• Landfill disposal • Environmental assessments• Economic analysis• Policy and regulations• Education and training• Planning Hide full Aims & Scope Mendeley Data Repository is free-to-use and open access.
It enables you to deposit any research data (including raw and processed data, video, code, software, algorithms, protocols, and methods) associated with your research manuscript.
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Incinerating and building waste pits on the school grounds can only be done by schools with no other options.
Separating waste is the first step in managing your school’s rubbish.
They're usually only used at remote schools without easy access to other waste disposal facilities.
Incinerators put contaminants into the air and can be a health hazard.
If you use an incinerator to burn waste, you need resource consent as required under the Resource Management Regulations 2004.
Resource Management (National Environmental Standards for Air Quality) Regulations 2004 Burying waste on school grounds will almost certainly require resource consent.