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Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Year: 2017 | Volume: 12 | Issue: 8 | Page No.: 2058-2072
DOI: 10.36478/jeasci.2017.2058.2072  
Formation of Equipment Disposal System in the Agro-Industrial Complex of Russia as a Part of a Unified Production and Consumption Wastes Handling System
V.I. Ignatov
 
Abstract: Now a days, Russia is lagging behind other countries in solving the problem of production and consumption wastes disposal (here in after referred to as the wastes) in general and especially in the field of disposal of the machinery withdrawn from serviceas well. As a result, the country loses vast material resources due to improperly organized system of disposal of various wastes and a significant damage is casued to nature. One can judge the importance of this issue even from the fact that V.V. Putin, the president of Russia, voiced the need for creating a ‘garbage’ problem decision-making mechanism thrice this year (during Putin 2016 Q and A marathon on 04/14/2016, meeting of presidential council for strategic development and priority projects on 11/25/2016, state council meeting on 12/26/2016). So far, all the actions of the Russian government in this regard are mainly reduced to improvement of Solid Household Waste (SHW) disposal system. However, in addition to SHW, there are other types of wastes which are also material-intensive and hazardous when improperly placed. For the time being, the Unified Waste Handling System (UWHS) is only beginning to be created in Russia and this process is slowing down to a great extent due to inconsistencies in the regulatory and legislative framework and lack of a unified ideology of creating the system it self. A hypothesis for the necessity of structuring UWHS activities is put forward in the study. It is proposed to consider the system as a set of three interconnected and interdependent phases of activities for waste handling and develop each of these stages as a separate UWHS subsystem. At the same time, a major part in solving a waste disposal problem should be assigned to branch (specific) wastes disposal systems. The feasibility of creating such systems is proved by the example of Decommissioned Agricultural Machinery (DAM) disposal system. In this regard, all the methodological provisions of forming the decommissioned agricultural machinery disposal system (here in after referred to as the system) can be used for developingdisposal systems of other types of waste.
 
How to cite this article:
V.I. Ignatov , 2017. Formation of Equipment Disposal System in the Agro-Industrial Complex of Russia as a Part of a Unified Production and Consumption Wastes Handling System. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 12: 2058-2072.
DOI: 10.36478/jeasci.2017.2058.2072
URL: http://medwelljournals.com/abstract/?doi=jeasci.2017.2058.2072