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Waste Management Research
Research from University of Regina has provided new data on waste management research
January 19th, 2009
"A greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation-induced rough-interval programming model is proposed in this study. Components of GHG emission and environmental pollution control are incorporated into the objective function and a series of relevant constraints," investigators in Regina, Canada report.
"To explicitly examine more complexities existing in many parameters, rough intervals are also communicated into the modeling framework. The proposed model presents satisfactory capabilities in analyzing complicated interrelationships among municipal solid waste (MSW) management, climate-change impact, and environmental pollution control. It can also provide optimal allocation schemes and...
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Source: VerticalNews Global Warming (2009-01-19)