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    1.1 Generation
    L. Spreutels, M. Héroux and R. Legros (CA)
    A spatial-and-scale-dependant model for predicting MSW generation, diversion and collection cost based on dwelling-type distribution / Vol. 12 – September 2020

    A. E. Adeniran, A. O. Adelopo, A. T. Aina, A. T. Nubi and O. O. Apena (NG)
    Energy potential of solid waste generated at a tertiry institution: estimations and challenges / Vol. 07 – September 2019

    K. Rybova, B. Burcin and J. Slavik (CZ)

    Spatial and non-spatial analysis of socio-demographic aspects influencing municipal solid waste generation in the Czech Republic / Vol. 01 – March 2018

    Hennebert, P. (FR) and Beggio, G. (IT)
    Sampling and sub-sampling of granular waste: size of a representative sample in terms of number of particles / Vol. 17 – December 2021

    1.2 Quality
    M. Villen-Guzman, M. del Mar Cerrillo-Gonzalez, J. M. Paz-Garcia, C. Vereda-Alonso, C. Gomez-Lahoz and J. M. Rodriguez-Maroto (ES)
    Sequential extraction procedure: a versatile tool for environmental research / Vol. 13 – December 2020

    J. Römbke (DE)
    Testing of 24 potentially hazardous wastes using 6 ecotoxicological tests / Vol. 04 – December 2018

    Hennebert, P. (FR)
    Waste hazard properties HP 4 ‘Irritant’ and HP 8 ‘Corrosive’ by PH, Acid/Base buffer capacity and Acid/base concentration / Vol.16 – September 2021

    P. Hennebert (FR)
    Risk management of hazardous solid wastes by hazardous property including mercury containing wastes / Vol. 20 – September 2022

    1.3 Classification
    P. Hennebert (FR)
    Hazard classification of waste: review of available practical methods and tools / Vol. 07 – September 2019

    I. Bishop (GB) and P. Hennebert (FR)
    Hazardous waste classification: review of worst case to less worst case metal species with a worked example for a contaminated soil / Vol. 14 – March 2021

    G. Beggio (IT) and P. Hennebert

    A novel method to calculate the size of representative waste samples based on particles size / Vol. 18 – March 2022

    P. Hennebert, A-F. Stoffel, M. Hubner, D. Fortmann, P. Merdy (FR) and Giovanni Beggio (IT)
    The inherent variability of some environmental analytical methods hampers the circular economy of materials / Vol. 21 – December 2022
    2.1 Collection
    A. Sulemana, E. K. Forkuo, J. Asantewaa, I. N. A. Ankrah, A. Muhaymin O. Musah and E. A. Donkor (GH)
    Optimized routing of trucks for institutional solid waste collection in Kumasi, Ghana / Vol. 09 – March 2020

    D. Purkayastha, M. Majumder and S. Chakrabarti (IN)
    Suitability index for collection bin allocation using analytical hierarchy process (AHP) cascades to artificial neural network (ANN) / Vol. 09 – March 2020
    3.1 Key-issues
    Cossu, R. (IT)
    The failure of geometry: time for gears! / Vol. 13 – December 2020

    Mukhtar, E., Williams, I. and Shaw, P. (GB)  
    Key factors in waste management systems and their visibility / Vol. 15 – June 2021

    3.2 Governance
     C. M.H. Keske, L. Tanguay (US), M. Mills, T. Godfrey, and J. Dicker (CA)
    Waste management in remote rural communities across the canadian north: challenges and opportunities / Vol. 02 – June 2018

    F. Di Maria, E. Lovat and M. Caniato (IT)
    Waste management in developed and developing countries: the case study of Umbria (italy) and West Bank (Palestine) / Vol. 03 – September 2018

    C. Magrini, G. Biagini, F. Bellaera, L. Palumbo and A. Bonoli (IT)
    Evolution of the urban waste management system in the Emilia-Romagna region / Vol. 15 – June 2021

    H. Skryhan, I. Shilova (BY), O. Khandogina, K. Abashyna and O. Chernikova (UA)
    Waste management in post-soviet countries: how far from the EU? / Vol. 03 – September 2018

    R. Maletz, S. Wohmann (DE) and A. Pukhnyuk (AT)
    Comparison of waste management systems in western and transition economies within the Watra project / Vol. 02 – June 2018

    E. B. Berenyi (US)
    The present and future of alternative waste treatment approaches in the United States: tonnage and trends / Vol. 03 – September 2018

    B. Staley and D. Kantner (US)
    Quantification of municipal solid waste management in the United States- with comparative analysis to other estimates / Vol. 03 – September 2018
    4.1 Policy and Governance
    M. Kalina (ZA) and E. Tilley (MW)
    ‘Bad’ trash: problematising waste in Blantyre, Malawi / Vol. 12 – September 2020

    E. M. Mukhtar, I. D. Williams and P. J. Shaw (GB)
    Visibility of fundamental solid waste management factors in developing countries / Vol. 01 – March 2018

    Lavagnolo, M.C. and Grossule, V. (IT)
    From 3R to 3S: an appropriate strategy for developing countries / Vol. 04 – December 2018

    4.2 Investigation tools

    S. Golder and M. Alamgir (BD)
    Use of geographical information system for the evaluation of solid waste management practice in Khulna city / Vol. 04 – December 2018

     N. Sato, C. Iida, C. Nishi (JP) and A. Karunarathna (LK)

    Evaluation of organic and recyclable waste separation at generation source in Ratnapura and Kataragama local authorities in Sri Lanka / Vol. 12 – September 2020

    F. Villa, A. Arcidiacono, F. Causone, G. Masera, M. Tadi and M. Grosso (IT)
    Entering Rocinha: a GIS approach for the improvement of solid waste management in a slum in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) / Vol. 09 – March 2020

    4.3 Sludge management
    C. B. Niwagaba, A. Ezekiel Ayii, A. O. Kibuuka (UG) and R. Pomi (IT)
    Possibilities for the use of sludge from a drinking water treatment plant a Ggaba III in Kampala, Uganda / Vol. 06 – June 2019

    4.4 Social involvement
    J. Gutberlet (CA), G. R. Besen and L. Morais (BR)
    Participatory solid waste governance and the role of social and solidarity economy: experiences from São Paulo, Brazil / Vol. 13 – December 2020

    B. Steuer, S. Salhofer (AT) and R. Ramusch (GB)
    Is there a future for the informal recycling sector in urban China? / Vol . 04 – December 2018

    M. Saidan, A. Abu Drais, E. AL-Manaseer, M. Alshishani and C. Linton (JO)
     Scale and impacts of livelihoods development on women empowerment in the solid waste sector of Jordan / Vol. 10 – June 2020

    Ali, A. and Yusuf, F. (NG)
    Prevalence of injuries among waste pickers. A case study in Nigeria / Vol. 17 – December 2021
    5.1 Economic aspects
    M. Fehr and H. F. Silva Minéu (BR)
    Municipal solid waste: reverse logistics performance determines opportunity cost of bulk tipping / Vol. 13 – December 2020

    M. Struk (CZ)
    Switch to save? Comparing municipal solid waste expenditures based on waste management provider ownership / Vol. 03 – September 2018

    R. Pomberger, M. Altendorfer and U. Gelbmann (AT)
    Employment effects of different municipal waste treatment systems based on data from Austria / Vol. 15 – June 2021

    Cossu, R., Grossule, V. and Lavagnolo, M.C. (IT)
    Sustainable low-cost waste management: learning from airlines / Vol. 06 – June 2019

    5.2 Social aspects

    Doeland, L. (NL)
    At home in an unhomely world: on living waste / Vol. 06 – June 2019

    Doeland, L. (NL)
    Letting remainders get stuck in our throats / Vol. 07 – September 2019

    5.3 Education & communication
    I. Williams and L. Powell (GB)
    Sustainable resource management by students at higher education institutions / Vol. 06 – June 2019

    L. S. dos Muchangos and P. Vaughter (JP)
    Are gender perspectives included in education for sustainable consumption and waste education programs? A systematic literature review / Vol. 04 – December 2018

    G. De Feo (IT)
    Environmental education as a bridge between scientists and non-scientists to remove barriers and prejudice / Vol 21 – December 2021

    I. D. Williams, A. Brock, R. Browning, A. Campanie and S. Pal (UK)
    Developing public communication methods by combining science, creative arts and intergenerational influence: the trace project / Vol. 21 – December 2022

    5.4 Waste and health
    O. Schlosser (FR)
    Bioaerosols and health: current knowledge and gaps in the field of waste management / Vol. 05 – March 2019

    F. Sisani, F. Di Maria, M. Lasagni (IT), A. Maalouf and M. El-Fadel (LB)
    Increasing material and energy recovery from waste facilities: human health and ecosystem quality implications / Vol. 05 – March 2019