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Volume 138, 2019International Scientific Conference “Construction and Architecture: Theory and Practice for the Innovation Development” (CATPID-2019)
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|Environmental Economics and Management
|16 December 2019
Waste disposal, introduction of waste reform and environmental tax in Russia
Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Stremyanny per., 36, Moscow, Russia
2 Moscow Region State University, 105005, Radio str, 10A, Moscow, Russia
* Corresponding author: Sg6457@mail.ru
Due to the fact that the country’s population is growing, the demand for consumer resources is also increasing. As a result of an increase in resource consumption, the amount of municipal waste is also increasing. It is a logical fact that without the timely introduction of innovative technologies for waste recycling, the planet will soon turn into a huge dump and become unsuitable for the existence of not only people but all living creatures. In order to avoid such a result, scientists from many countries have long been looking for optimal ways to deal with waste, thanks to which it would be possible to eliminate or recycle municipal solid waste (MSW) without harming the environment, as well as rid the territorial space of huge amounts of garbage. The subject of the study is the methods of MSW disposal. The purpose of the study is to regulate the management of waste, which occupies an increasingly large area. Water bodies are polluted due to wastewater and carry many infections and elements dangerous to nature. Methodology. To study the topic, the main indicators are systematized: the volume of waste generation by type of activity and hazard class over 20 years. Comparative, economic and statistical methods of analysis were used for substantiating the findings. Results. Disposal of municipal waste should be developed no less than manufacturing industry, so that the generated municipal solid waste could not accumulate and pollute the soil, atmosphere and water.
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