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Title: Toolkit - South Africa's good waste management practices: lessons learned
Authors: Afrika, M
Keywords: Waste management practice
Waste management toolkit
Waste service delivery
South African municipalities
Services delivery
Issue Date: Feb-2010
Citation: Afrika, M 2010. Toolkit - South Africa's good waste management practices: lessons learned. Free State waste summit, Bloemfontein, February 2010, pp 1-8
Abstract: The current poor state of waste service delivery by South African municipalities is a concern due to the potential impacts on human health and the environment. All municipalities are faced with similar challenges including lack of funding, low priority afforded to waste management and capacity problems to deliver services, although to different degrees. Despite this rather discouraging situation, certain municipalities have managed to overcome some of these challenges and good waste management practices are to be found. This paper reports on the development of a Toolkit for municipal waste management service delivery, based on some of the good waste management practices currently implemented in different municipalities across all the categories of municipalities in South Africa.
Description: Free State waste summit, Bloemfontein, February 2010
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4037
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