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  • Afrika, M; Oelofse, Suzanna HH; Strydom, W; Mvuma, G; John, J (WasteCon 2010, 2010-10)
    The adoption of the internationally accepted waste management hierarchy (Sakai et al, 1996) into South African policy has changed the focus from “end of pipe” waste management towards waste minimisation (reuse, recycling ...
  • Mvuma, G; Hooijman, F; Rogers, D; Brent, AC (2010-04)
    Economic expansions generally mean that more natural resources will be used. Apart from increasing pressure on the environment, an array of social and institutional implications is also associated with the expansions. This ...
  • Mvuma, G (WasteCon 2010, 2010-10)
    The nexus of rapid population growth and improved socio-economic status of a country have been established as having a close correlation to increasing quantities of wastes generated per capita. Various studies show that ...
  • Afrika, M; Oelofse, Suzanna HH; Strydom, W; Mvuma, G; John, J (WasterCon 2010, 2010-10)
    One of the major challenges facing municipalities in South Africa is ensuring that all households within their areas of jurisdiction are provided with a basic level of waste service (DEAT, 2007). Huge waste service backlogs ...