Waste Incineration in Canada
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In this article, the writer examines the topic of waste management focusing on the issue of waste incineration. The writer discusses recent problems experienced in Toronto, Canada related to waste management. The writer looks at how Canada managed to dispose of 1021 kg of non-hazardous waste per capita in the year 2000 and discusses this problem.
From the Paper:"The topic that I have chosen for this paper is the issue of waste management and in particular waste incineration. There are several reasons why this topic is of importance and why it is of interest to me. First of all it is a very `hot' topic as we saw recently in the last two months as Toronto was trying to `solve' its waste problem. In 2000, for example, Canadians generated 1021 kg of non-hazardous waste per capita. 747kg of this waste were disposed of per capita, while the rest was recycled. It is also a problem that in increasing literally and figuratively. In Canada for example ..."
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