AZERBAIJAN NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES
ON ELECTRONIC WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN EUROPEAN UNION (azerb.)
Bikes S. Agayev, Tarlan S.Aliyev

Article analyzes solutions of e-waste management problems in the European Union. E-waste management, and legislative, technical and technological, economic, organizational, other aspects are analyzed. Some results of the monitoring of the current situation in Azerbaijan regarding these problems are. (pp. 81-87)

Keywords:waste, electronic waste, waste life cycle, selective collection, recycling, legislativ base
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