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Innovative selective waste collection systems in dense urban areas

International benchmark study

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Auteur(s) : MONIER Véronique, LADEPECHE Arnaud, HURANOVA Dana, PRETE Laure
Organisme : DELOITTE CONSEIL, INDDIGO, ADEME
Collection : Expertises
Description : avril 2018 - 17 p.
Type de contenu : Synthèse

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Résumé : Dense urban areas in France are currently facing significant challenges pertaining to management of specialised and bulky waste. The current classic system based on waste disposal centres has many limitations and must be reassessed. In particular, densely populated cities must adapt the way they organise waste collection by ensuring greater proximity to users while optimising collection of different types of waste in a limited environment.

To enrich and stimulate discussion about possible solutions to these challenges, ADEME has launched research on the experiences of other countries that may be applicable to French situations.
Based on an inventory and 12 case studies, the aim of the study is to identify and study the innovative collection facilities in dense urban areas in the industrialised countries in order to assess the possibility of transposing into dense French cities.

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Mots-clés : COLLECTE DES DECHETS, COLLECTE SEPAREE, COLLECTE DES DECHETS A LA SOURCE, ZONE URBANISEE, BENCHMARK, TRI A LA SOURCE, DECHETERIE
Date de mise en ligne : avril 2019
Date d'édition : avril 2018
Langue : EN
Type de support : pdf/A4
Cible(s) concernée(s) : Collectivités et Secteur Public
Public : Collectivités territoriales, Secteur public, Entreprises et fédérations professionnelles