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Czestochowa municipal company as an entity performing commune’s own tasks in terms of waste management in Czestochowa city

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The elaboration below concerns commune’s own tasks in terms of municipal waste management. It describes commune’s responsibilities that result from the Act in that matter. The considerations included in the elaboration were based on the system functioning in the city of Czestochowa. It describes Czestochowa Municipal Company, Ltd. [Częstochowskie Przedsiębiorstwo Komunalne Sp. z o.o.] in Sobuczyna, and how it operates. It presents its object of economic activity and tasks that it undertakes in the municipal waste management system and utilises in the waste collection and transportation system. The elaboration includes the analysis of the municipal waste management system in the city of Czestochowa. It describes waste management plan introduced in the city of Czestochowa.
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  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland
  • Faculty of Management, Czestochowa University of Technology, Czestochowa, Poland
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