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Volume 247, 2021International Conference on Efficient Production and Processing (ICEPP-2021)
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|Published online||05 April 2021|
Waste recycling: share in the structure of the tariff for the treatment of solid municipal waste in the Vologda region
1 Vologda State University, 160000, Lenina st., 15 Vologda, Russia
2 International association of fire, industrial and environmental safety specialists, 125047, Third Tverskaya - Yamskaya st., 10, Moscow, Russia
3 Moscow State University of Civil Engineering, 129337, Yaroslavskoe shosse, 26, Moscow, Russia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the modern world, the issues of solid municipal waste disposal, as part of the problem of environmental protection, are quite acute These problems are relevant for Russia and for many other world powers. The Russian Federation is one of the most polluted countries in the world, which negatively affects the quality of life and the health of the population of its regions. The annual increase in the volume of municipal solid waste is part of the man-made impact of man on the natural environment. To make strategic decisions on this issue, it is necessary to understand the policy of MSW management, so the authors in the article consider the values of tariffs for MSW management in one of the major regions of Russia - the Vologda Region. The data of tariffs of the Vologda region approved for 2021 are given. The structure of the average tariffs of the Russian Federation and the Vologda Region is analyzed. On the basis of regional regulations, a sample of data on the costs of disposal and transportation of MSW for some districts of the Vologda region is given: Velikoustugski, Totemski, Mezhdurechensky, Babushkinsky area, Belozersky districts. The average values of tariffs for the treatment of MSW for Russia and other countries are given: the USA, Canada, Germany, France and Finland. In addition to tariffs, the authors conducted a study on the distribution of MSW by type of disposal: disposal, incineration and recycling The article discusses the values of tariffs for the treatment of solid municipal waste and their disposal. In conclusion, the authors express concern about insufficient funds for innovations in the field of MSW processing/ recycling.
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