waste

Waste technically refers to the owner's right to change the nature of the land whether for better or for worse, although the most common interpretation is of abuse of the land.

Journal Articles & Books
December 1982

This Bulletin contains the papers and proceedings of the FAO/SIDA Workshop on Organic Materials and Soil Productivity in the Near East. In view of the important complementary effect of organic materials to mineral fertilizers and their role in improving the soil?s physical properties, the Workshop has dealt with a wide variety of items on techniques and uses of the organic materials and wastes including, composting, bio-fertilizers and biogas, the environmental and health aspects, and action guidelines for follow-up activities in the Near East countries.

Legislation
June 1970

This Act makes provision for the protection of nature by: (1) prescribing a valuation of major works, construction and other activity which will entail substantial change to the landscape or substantial damage to the natural environment before such work is begun by the appropriate authorities (Chap. I); (2) providing for the establishment of national parks, nature reserves and natural monuments (Chap. II); (c) providing for the protection of fauna and flora (Chap.

Regulations
February 1993

These Rules are determined pursuant to Article 50 of the Public Nuisance Dispute Mediation Act.According to the Public Nuisance Dispute Mediation Act, the “public nuisance” means human activities which destroy the living environment, and damage or endanger public health.

Regulations
November 2012

This Ministerial Decree validates the rules for provision of public services and amenities in urban areas, except for the city of Minsk. The provisions include greening of urban areas, sanitary cleaning of the territory, i.e. consumer waste collection, sorting and disposal, organization of recreational areas for the population.

Regulations
July 2008

This Decision approves the master plan on the socio-economic development of Phu Tho province.The plan shall include: the development of agriculture, forestry and fishery; pollution control; urban development; and development of water supply infrastructures and wastewater drainage systems.

Regulations
June 2008

This Decision approves the master plan on the socio-economic development of Dong Nai province.The plan aims at developing Dong Nai into a province with a fast and sustainable economic growth and at improving the people’s material and spiritual life and rationally utilizing natural resources and the environment.The plan shall include: the development of agriculture, forestry and fishery; development of plant varieties; urban development; management of natural resources and environmental protection; and development of water supply infrastructures and wastewater drainage systems.