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Pourzamani H R, Samani Majd S, Beirooti Z, Ghoddousi H, Tavasolian N. Reviewing the Industrial and Municipal Wastes Zoning in Isfahan province. HSR 2011; 6 (5)
URL: http://hsr.mui.ac.ir/article-1-212-en.html
1- PhD Student, Environment Research Center, Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, Isfahan, Iran
2- MA, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Zendeh Roud Research Group, Isfahan, Iran
3- MA, Department of Natural Resources. Behin Ab Zende Roud Company, Isfahan, Iran
4- - MA, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Isfahan Industrial Towns Company, Isfahan, Iran
5- BSc of Environment al Health, Behin Ab Zende Roud Company, Isfahan, Iran
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Background: Production of solid waste is the result of the human’s different activities that today has changed a lot in comparison to the past due to the changing life styles and pervasive expansion. In Isfahan province lots of wastes are produced daily. Due to the importance of the waste and its recycling, the purpose is determining the production scopes of different wastes in order to find a proper place for recycling. Methods: In order to analyze the zoning of industrial and urban waste, the waste production status in different groups were studied and evaluated in this province. According to the type of industry the wastes can be divided into ten groups of metal, glass, construction and masonry wastes, rubber and plastic, paper and card board, electronic waste, decayed automobile, textile, wood and so on… . In this article the composed map of produced waste in different groups in the industrial towns, dispersed industries and the provinces were drown by Arc GIS software, so based on the wastes distributions, a proper recovering place wastes are considered by  the related industries. Findings: The distribution of recyclables are shown on the maps prepared include organic metal material (i.e. glass), cellulosic material (wood), chemical (rubber and plastic) and textiles, electronic and electric wastes and decayed automobile; in order that according to their accumulation, the proper places to recycle different wastes are recognized. Conclusion:
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: education health and promotion
Received: 2020/07/16 | Accepted: 2011/03/15 | Published: 2011/03/15

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