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Municipal waste management system in Poland - analysis of changes in 2012-2016

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The following study deals with the subject of municipal waste management, rules of conduct, good practices in reducing waste in the environment and the manner of their proper disposal. The study includes adopted principles of waste management in Poland, and the responsibilities of municipalities in this area, as the entity responsible for their proper disposal. The study also concerns the analysis of changes in the waste management system in Poland in 2012-2016 resulting from the introduced system of law in this area.
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland
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