Waste System in Piedmont Region: Disposed of urban and special waste

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 Cardorani P., Mercenati D., Tetrao M., Molari M., Roscio A., Panichi S., Leal Restrepo M.A.

Positive data emerge from this holistic survey. As that almost all waste can be exploited and only a small percentage of both RU and RS ends up in landfills. However, the production of waste is growing. This datum can be read in two different ways: if on the one hand it is a symptom of production and consumption, and therefore of economic value creation for the territory, on the other it is in disagreement with the intention of the Piedmont region to decrease the quantity of waste produced.

Data collection is decidedly complex due to the sharp division between reports, so the data we find are related to Urban Waste, or to Special Waste. As for the latter, it is not easy to identify the plants that deal with their recovery and their disposal, but we know the treatment that is carried out for their recovery and their disposal. Moreover, there is the possibility that the production activities, by filling out the MUD, omit quantities of material or do not insert the correct CER code, to reduce the monetary quantity to be paid to the entity that deals with the collection.

Posted September 2018

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