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Waste Management for Sustainable Development in India: Policy, Planning and Administrative Dimensions, with Case Studies from Kanpur - Entire Volume

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Title: Waste Management for Sustainable Development in India: Policy, Planning and Administrative Dimensions, with Case Studies from Kanpur - Entire Volume
Author: Yap, Nonita T.; Awasthi, Shailendra K.
Abstract: The Kanpur Research Project studied problems of industrial waste management, in Kanpur, India. The Project sought to define a public policy and planning framework that actively promotes the adoption of Low Waste Technologies (LWTs) through the following objectives: 1) to examine the current strategies for sustainability in India as reflected in the policy and legislative regimes, and the policy and planning processes and instruments used in relation to waste management; 2) to understand the nature and magnitude of the waste problems in Kanpur, and; 3) to explore potential solutions at the state and community levels. The papers in this volume describe the preliminary findings of this research project.
Description: This item contains the entire volume of the book 'Waste Management for Sustainable Development in India' including the Introduction, Part One, Part Two, Part Three and Part Four.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/11430
Date: 1995


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