Pavojingų atliekų teisinio reguliavimo raidos aspektai
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World globalization process, the various social, economic, political, and demographic factors, the growing needs of society leads to more intensive use of natural resources and environmental pollution waste. Many environmental pollution cases are polluters transcended national borders and more or less had a negative effect on environment of other States. The need to adjust the level of the regional waste management priorities for Member States to set environmental standards that came from the desire of Member States to maintain a high level of environmental protection at the same time create equal competitive conditions. Although waste, in particular dangerous waste regulatory development of other approaches to certain waste treatment processes, but the most important priorities for waste management: waste prevention, recycling and recovery, safe disposal of waste in landfills or other suited locations and monitoring, has not lost its relevance to the present day. This paper aims to reveal the regional and national dangerous waste regulatory developments and the factors that determined the regulatory changes. Specify the dangerous waste regulatory in the United States of America, Canada, Norway and other countries origins and major hazardous waste management legislative acts providing. It concludes that regulatory measures to consolidate the management of hazardous waste, improvement is associated both with economic development and with the aim to minimize the negative effects of the formation and management of waste on human health and the environment.
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