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  • Waste and resource : household management of solid waste on the north coast of Honduras
  • Environmental management ; Honduras ; Nuisance ; Toxic waste ; Waste ; Waste treatment
  • Many communities in Honduras do not have organized public solid waste collection and disposal services. This study addressed waste management in two Garífuna communities on the north coast. Their people use a variety of management and disposal
  • strategies. The different pathways for the solid waste depend on the nature of the refuse (harmless, dangerous, or reusable) and which environment is deemed appropriate. A. found household-level waste management practices to be logical and effective. - (SLD)
  • Special issue: Race, waste and class
  • Environment ; Ethnic community ; Nuisance ; Quality of life ; Racism ; Social class ; Social justice ; Toxic waste
  • The AA. consider both the evidence supporting the conclusion that race is the central determining factor with toxic exposure and they explore the political implications of such for community organizing and empowerment. An overview of the genesis
  • A method for constructing toxic waste site histories from old airphotos of coastal regions in Remote sensing : Applications in Marine and Coastal Research.
  • Structural constraints and pluralist contradictions in hazardous waste regulation
  • Environmental management ; Legislation ; Location ; Location choice ; Nuisance ; Regulation theory ; State control ; Toxic waste ; United States ; Waste treatment
  • The AA. assert that the basic assumptions of hazardous waste regulation define the problem as a locational problem confronting the state, rather than an investment problem for the capital. Local opposition to facility siting is explained in terms
  • Baltimore ; Land use ; Maryland ; Nuisance ; Segregation ; Social inequality ; Toxic waste ; United States of America ; Urban district ; Urban environment
  • In Baltimore, census tracts made up of White, working-class people are more likely to contain a Toxics Release Inventory facility than primarily Black census tracts. Differences in race characteristics decrease with larger units of analysis
  • of toxic-release to working-class White neighborhoods.
  • Geomorphology ; Hungary ; Location choice ; Toxic waste
  • This research was part of aseries of similar studies carried out in the Geographical Research Institute of the Hungarian academy of Sciences aiming at scientific foundation of site selection for large scale deposition of toxic wastes with special
  • Whose environment? Which perspective? A critical approach to hazardous waste management in Sweden
  • Conflict ; Decision ; Environmental conservation ; Location choice ; Resource management ; Sweden ; Toxic waste
  • Untertägige Deponie-ein Beitrag der Geologie zur schadlosen Beseitigung von nicht nutzbaren Abprodukten. (Subground deposition-contribution of geology to harmless disposal of unusable wastes)
  • Subground deposition is gaining in significance as a harmless and efficient method of disposal of unusable wastes, especially toxic refuse and detrimental matter. First results of trial and routine operation of such a deposition object for liquid
  • unusable refuse in an exhausted hydrocarbon deposit show the efficiency and safety of this method. Up to the end of 1978 in the first central object in the district of Cottbus 10000 cubic meters of oil-field water and 1600 cubic meters of toxic refuse were
  • A historical perspective on industrial wastes and groundwater contamination
  • Groundwater ; Groundwater hydrology ; Hydrogeology ; Industrial waste ; Industry ; Legislation ; Polluted water ; Pollution ; Pollution control ; Toxic waste ; United States ; Water pollution
  • Environment ; Environmental degradation ; Environmental management ; Industrial waste ; Nuisance ; Pollution ; Spain ; Spatial distribution ; Toxic waste ; Waste ; Waste treatment
  • Place making, hazardous waste, and the development of Tooele County, Utah
  • Economic activity ; Land use ; Marginal area ; Natural environment ; Perception ; Region ; Toxic waste ; United States of America ; Utah ; waste
  • Pollution ; Toxic waste ; Waste treatment
  • Applied ecology ; Economic strategy ; Environment ; Environmental degradation ; Impact ; Nuisance ; Pollution ; Restructuring process ; Toxic waste ; Waste ; Waste treatment ; World market
  • The impact of hazardous waste Superfund sites on the value of houses sold in New Jersey
  • Environment ; Housing cost ; Impact study ; Land value ; New Jersey ; Real estate market ; Residential environment ; Toxic waste ; United States
  • Germany ; Planning ; Pollution ; Regional development ; Soil pollution ; Toxic waste ; Urban construction
  • German Democratic Republic ; Germany ; Planning ; Pollution ; Regional development ; Soil pollution ; Toxic waste
  • engineering geomorphological (geotechnical) mapping; 2) relief assessment mapping for land use survey and land evaluation; 3) relief assessment mapping for the allocation of various facilities (for instance, small reservoirs, garbage or toxic waste disposal
  • Applied ecology ; Community ; Marginality ; Political ecology ; Scotland ; Social deprivation ; Social geography ; Toxic waste ; United Kingdom ; Waste treatment
  • Arizona ; Environment ; Industrial waste ; Nuisance ; Social inequality ; Spatial distribution ; Technological risk ; Toxic waste ; United States of America ; Urban area
  • Environment ; Health ; Nuisance ; Pollution ; Residential environment ; Risk ; Social inequality ; Toxic waste ; United States