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Selective municipal waste collection system in Poland - analysis of the amount and structure of collected waste in Poland

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The following study covers the subject of the system of selective municipal waste collection in Poland. The first part of the study presents the definition of waste and the waste management system. In addition, the concept of selective waste collection was characterized. The empirical part contains an analysis of the amount and structure of waste collected in Poland. The research period covers the years 2012-2018.
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183-195
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland
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