Florida Solid Waste Management: State of the State
As new methods for the management of solid wastes are developed and refined, questions are often posed about the economic and environmental merits of these strategies. Finding the most suitable processes to answer these questions are still at large. In order to find solutions, a comprehensive analysis on the economic assessment of the available strategies and technologies for solid waste management in Florida, along with an evaluation of the environmental footprints of these approaches must be conducted. This research aims to uncover this information to achieve an estimate for the current material flow for the Florida solid waste stream, and develop a database of current and historic waste commodity prices.
This project is funded by the Hinkley Center for Solid and Hazardous Waste Management.
Project Scope: HC16Scope
Progress Report 1: HC16PR01
Progress Report 2: HC16PR02
Progress Report 3: HC16PR03
Progress Report 4: HC16PR04
TAG Meeting Presentations
January 2017 TAG Meeting: HC16STAKEHOLDERFEB10
October 2017 TAG Meeting: HC16STAKEHOLDEROCT05
June 2018 TAG Meeting: HC16STAKEHOLDERJUNE05