Institutional approaches to the development of solid waste treatment and its staffing in the Russian Federation

Vasiliy Rud, Serguey Trukhachev
2017 Linnaeus Eco-Tech  
Research , the results of which will be discussed in the present report were obtained in the framework of the Commission under the President of the Russian Federation for Modernization and Technological Development of Russia's Economy.Key issues affecting the management of the flow of all types of waste in Russia are: A huge number of unsorted household waste and unprocessed Extremely high yield landfill business and its criminal Lack of waste treatment business Possibility of selling the
more » ... f selling the energy received from the recycling can not be considered as anincentive for the development of business Building regulations do not provide for the installation of systems for separate collection ofhousehold waste Public services and private investors are not able to effectively solve the problem of eliminating the effects of pollution of waste production and consumption with the formation of an efficient, cost-effective and environmentally sound waste management industry. It is necessary to pay more attention to not direct support projects on waste recycling, and introduce restrictive measures for the development of businesses not harmless to the garbage. We need to develop a "roadmap" of joint actions of government and business to create a national market for emissions trading of greenhouse gas emissions on the basis of voluntary commitments by companies to reduce them. As a result of the work done has been formulated for a number of assignments signed by the President of the Russian Federation .
doi:10.15626/eco-tech.2014.039 fatcat:riarramdabaflf53ncxex5zhki