WASTE MANAGEMENT PARADIGM TOWARDS INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY, CLEANER PRODUCTION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT - A MINI REVIEW

Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 18 ISSUE 3
Written by Gemilang Lara UTAMA

In accomplish eco-friendly natural resource utilization, the concept such industrial ecology and cleaner production are proposed. The two terms are generally considered to have nearness and numerous likenesses. The time of advancement of environmental management in the late 1980s to the mid-1990s turned into the beginning of the two ideas. Recently the likenesses and contrasts between the two ideas are still bantered in connection to the multifaceted nature of the issues examined. Unfortunately, a few definitions and implementations had done as such far just spotlight on the economic and ecological perspectives just so there are other vital angles, for example, social viewpoints that are as yet immaculate. Environmental problem solving needed multi perspective approach including the concept of cleaner production or industrial ecology. Therefore, the new paradigm in cleaner production and industrial ecology request agreement with the idea of economic improvement through the thought of the three pillars (social, economic and environment) and in addition all-encompassing and exhaustive examination. The new approach is required to minimize the ecological effects, as well as to enhance individuals' expectations for everyday comforts through financial strengthening and social states of the network.

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UTAMA G.L. 2018, WASTE MANAGEMENT PARADIGM TOWARDS INDUSTRIAL ECOLOGY, CLEANER PRODUCTION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT - A MINI REVIEW. Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 18 ISSUE 3, PRINT ISSN 2284-7995, 469-474.


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