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Schuurmann, S.G.M. (author)
With the Netherlands moving more and more towards a circular economy, stricter waste management policies and regulations demand developments in the household waste separation sector. The more household waste that is collected in separate fractions, the more waste that can be reused or recycled into valuable material again, rather than ending up...
master thesis 2016
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Van der Leer, J.G.G. (author)
Waste is one of the core problems in sustainable city design. In current city planning waste management systems are often disregarded. However, concepts that deal with waste and resources within urban areas are getting more and more attention. ‘Zero waste’ is one of the most visionary concepts for solving waste problems. The concept of the zero...
master thesis 2016
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Rossen, K.M. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Bomhof, M. (author)
Dealing with waste in a proper way is part of the shift from a linear to a circular economy. Sorting waste is an essential step in the recycling process. Making households sort their waste is a challenge. Rotterdam is one of the lesser performing municipalities of the Netherlands. In general, high-rise households sort their waste below average,...
master thesis 2016
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