Introduction - The Big Necessity: Integrated Solid Waste Management

Event: 3rd Asian Sanitation Dialogue

Introduction - The Big Necessity: Integrated Solid Waste Management

28 May 2014
Author / Speaker: 
Diwesh Sharan, ADB - Other materials by the author

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The solid waste management experiences of Kitakyushu City, Japan; Quezon City, Philippines; and Suez Environnement served as case examples in this session. The discussion focuses on supporting policies and incentives to promote the practice, provides options on managing sanitary landfills, and discusses financing mechanisms along with potential revenue and livelihood opportunities.

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