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100 1  Un-Habitat 
245 10 Solid Waste Management in the World's Cities :|bWater and 
       Sanitation in the World's Cities 2010 
264  1 London :|bTaylor & Francis Group,|c2010 
264  4 |c©2010 
300    1 online resource (257 pages) 
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505 0  Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- 
       Table of Contents -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- List 
       of Figures, Tables and Boxes -- List of Acronyms and 
       Abbreviations -- A Note to Decision-Makers -- Key Sheet 1:
       Modernizing Solid Waste in the Asian Tigers -- 1 Executive
       Summary -- 2 Introduction and Key Concepts -- Introducing 
       this book -- About the authors -- About the organization 
       of this book -- The scale of the solid waste problem -- 
       What is municipal solid waste (MSW)? -- Key Sheet 2: 
       Special Waste Streams -- Taking the measure of MSW -- 
       Managing more and more waste -- Key Sheet 3: Health Risks 
       Related to Solid Waste Management -- Learning from history
       -- The role of development drivers in solid waste 
       modernization -- Modernization of solid waste management 
       systems in developed countries -- The solid waste 
       challenge in developing and transitional country cities --
       Moving towards sustainable solutions -- Solid waste and 
       the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) -- The integrated 
       sustainable waste management (ISWM) framework -- 
       Sustainability in solid waste management is possible -- 
       Dare to innovate -- Key Sheet 4: Recyclers and Climate 
       Change -- 3 Profiling the Reference Cities -- Selecting 
       the reference cities -- Understanding the reference cities
       -- Methodology -- The process flow approach and the use of
       a process flow diagram -- Information and indicators -- 
       The role of city profilers -- Information quality -- Quick
       look at the main indicators in the reference cities -- 
       City indicators -- Interpreting the data -- Description of
       each indicator -- City Inserts -- Adelaide -- Bamako -- 
       Belo Horizonte -- Bengaluru -- Cañete -- Curepipe -- Delhi
       -- Dhaka -- Ghorahi -- Kunming -- Lusaka -- Managua -- 
       Moshi -- Nairobi -- Quezon City -- Rotterdam -- San 
       Francisco -- Sousse -- Tompkins County -- Varna 
505 8  4 The Three Key Integrated Sustainable Waste Management 
       System Elements in the Reference Cities -- Waste 
       collection: Protecting public health -- Basic issues -- 
       Insights from the reference cities and global good 
       practice in waste collection -- Key Sheet 5: Examples of 
       Municipal Waste Collection and Transfer Systems -- Key 
       Sheet 6: Emerging Global Good Practice in the Design of 
       Small-Scale Solid Waste Equipment: The Situation in Solid 
       Waste Divisions in Cities in Low- and Middle-Income 
       Countries -- Waste treatment and disposal: Front lines of 
       environmental protection -- Basic issues -- Key Sheet 7: 
       Draft Report of the Inaugural Meeting on the Regional 3R 
       Forum in Asia, 11-12 November 2009 -- Insights from the 
       reference cities and global good practices in waste 
       disposal -- Key Sheet 8: Phasing Out Open Dumps -- 
       Resource management: Valorizing recyclables and organic 
       materials and conserving resources -- Basic issues -- Key 
       Sheet 9: Waste Concern and World Wide Recycling: Financing
       Dhaka Market Composting with Public-Private Partnerships 
       (PPPs) and Carbon Credits -- Key Sheet 10: Building the 
       Private Sector and Reducing Poverty through Sustainable 
       Recycling in South-Eastern Europe -- Key Sheet 11: Key 
       Insights on Recycling in Low- and Middle-Income Countries,
       from the GTZ/CWG (2007) Informal-Sector Study -- Key Sheet
       12: The Dutch Approach to Producer Responsibility -- 
       Insights from the reference cities and global good 
       practices in resource recovery -- 5 Integrated Sustainable
       Waste Management Governance Features in the Reference 
       Cities -- Inclusivity -- Key issues and concepts -- Key 
       Sheet 13: WIEGO, Its Work on Waste-Pickers and the First 
       World Encounter of Waste-Pickers in Colombia in 2008 -- 
       Key Sheet 14: First World Conference and Third Latin 
       American Conference of Waste-Pickers, Bogotá, Colombia, 1-
       4 March 2008 
505 8  Inclusivity in the reference cities and global good 
       practices -- User inclusivity: Consultation, communication
       and involvement of users -- Key Sheet 15: The Evidence 
       Base for Household Waste Prevention: How Best to Promote 
       Voluntary Actions by Households -- Key Sheet 16: The 
       International Labour Organization and the Model of Micro-
       Franchising in East Africa -- Financial sustainability -- 
       Collection -- Disposal -- Key Sheet 17: Closure and 
       Upgrading of the Open Dumpsite at Pune, India -- Resource 
       management and sustainable finance -- Insights from the 
       reference cities and global good practices in financial 
       sustainability -- Key Sheet 18: Solid Waste, Recycling and
       Carbon Financing: Fact or Fiction? -- Sound institutions, 
       proactive policies -- Issues -- Key Sheet 19: Waste 
       Management and Governance: Collaborative Approaches for 
       Public Service Delivery -- Cities and experience with good
       governance practices -- 6 Reflections and Recommendations 
       -- Reflecting back on the key messages of the book -- 
       Lessons from the cities -- Local solutions to local 
       problems -- Different approaches to a similar problem -- 
       Data is power: Indicators of good practice in integrated 
       sustainable waste management -- Putting integrated 
       sustainable waste management into practice -- Consider all
       the dimensions of integrated sustainabile waste management
       -- Building recycling rates -- A focus on waste reduction 
       -- Use all available sources of finance -- Our key 
       conclusion -- Moving towards financial sustainability and 
       the role of donors -- Closing words: What makes an ISWM 
       system sustainable? -- Glossary of Terms -- References -- 
520    In our rapidly urbanizing global society, solid waste 
       management will be a key challenge facing all the world's 
       cities. Solid Waste Management in the World's Cities 
       provides a fresh perspective and new data on one of the 
       biggest issues in urban development. Using the framework 
       of Integrated Sustainable Waste Management (ISWM), the 
       report brings together unprecedented research from 22 
       cities across six continents. It uncovers the rich 
       diversity of waste management systems that are in place 
       throughout the world, and draws out the practical lessons 
       for policymakers. The volume will be essential reading for
       all professionals and policymakers in the field, as well 
       as a valuable resource for researchers and students in all
       aspects of urban development. Winner of the International 
       Solid Waste Association Publication Award 2010 Published 
       with UN-Habitat 
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