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Old municipal waste landfills inventoried in the Contaminated Sites Registration System
Suchánek, Zdeněk ; Řeřicha, Jaroslav
The database of the Contaminated Sites Registration System, filled in at the end of 2021 as part of the National Inventory of Contaminated Sites for the number of 10,134 records of assessed contaminated and potentially contaminated sites, contains, amongst other data, 4,619 sites registered as a “Solid Municipal Waste Landfill” type. This part of the database, together with additional information sources, was analysed in terms of parameters such as landfilling duration, landfill closure date, landfill size (area), location (territorial representativeness), state of knowledge about the landfill, and its risk and time urgency for possible corrective measures. We interpreted the obtained historical and current data on old municipal waste landfills and used them for the preparation of criteria for multi-criteria selection of the main types of old landfills and the selection of specific sites for sampling and technical works, to be done within the subsequent research project. The selection of landfills for sampling will be representative in the case of old municipal waste landfills, which are located in the South Bohemian, South Moravian, Central Bohemian and Vysočina regions. They should have an area of more than 100 m2, be of categories P and A, not having any set corrective measures, with an absence of the financing of remedial measures, be landfilled between 5 to 55 years and their landfilling activities having been terminated in the 1990s.
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Waste management infrastructure in the context of European legislation
Arlet, David ; Putna, Ondřej (referee) ; Pluskal, Jaroslav (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis aims to evaluate the contribution of waste management infrastructure and technologies that will play a part in the transition to circular economy. The introduction consists of the concept of circular economy and the European legislation on waste management. Furthermore it presents the waste management plan of the Czech Republic together with the methodology for reporting partial results and comparison of critical results with selected EU countries. The core of the thesis is an overview of the current processing infrastructure and potentially interesting new technologies that could help in the transition to a circular economy and thus achieve the ambitious objectives of the European Union. The outputs of the thesis can help to guide the future development of the waste management sector and thus provide a comprehensive insight into waste treatment issues, the objectives of which are mainly driven by European legislation in the context of set environmental milestones.
PET waste treatment in the Czech waste management
Hanáček, Ondřej ; Gregor, Jiří (referee) ; Kropáč, Jiří (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is a description of PET waste collection and management systems within the Czech waste management. The essential part of this thesis is a description of the considered deposit-refund system for PET beverage bottles. It includes a comparison of these systems together with an analysis of the impacts that the possible introduction of a deposit-refund system would have on municipalities, waste processors, retailers, and producers. The economic requirements for the operation of both systems are compared on a specific region of the Czech Republic, for this purpose an approach to the assessment of operational requirements was designed and a calculation tool in MS Excel was compiled.
Legislation of waste management
Kalinová, Gabriela ; Sobotka, Michal (advisor) ; Fabšíková, Tereza (referee)
Legislation of waste management Abstract This thesis deals with the legal regulation of municipal waste management in the Czech Republic. The aim of the thesis is to analyze the changes related to the adoption of new legislation related to waste management and to assess whether the available instruments are sufficient to achieve the objectives set by both national and EU legislation. The thesis is devoted to presenting the state of waste management with an emphasis on municipal waste in the Czech Republic using available data. Furthermore, the thesis focuses on the sources of legislation, with an emphasis on EU legislation and on the legislation that was the basis for the currently applicable legislation. It also includes definitions of basic terms and individual entities, which may include the waste producer, facility operator, waste dealer, or waste broker. The main part of the work is devoted to the position of the municipality and its relationship with natural persons, legal entities, and waste collection companies. It also addresses the methods of municipal waste management that are heavily used in the Czech Republic, which include recycling and landfilling. The assessment of the sufficiency of the available instruments is based on an analysis of legislation, general binding municipal ordinances...
Legal regulation of municipal waste management in the context of the circular economy
Ambrozková, Zuzana ; Sobotka, Michal (advisor) ; Damohorský, Milan (referee)
V ANGLICKÉM JAZYCE The thesis deals with the legal regulation of municipal waste management in the Czech Republic in the context of circular economy. The aim of the thesis is to determine whether the current legislation provides sufficient instruments for the transition to a circular economy in the field of municipal waste management or whether the Czech legislation is insufficient in this respect; and to suggest areas that could be supported by appropriate legal instruments. The starting point for this examination are EU Directives (in particular the Waste Framework Directive, the Landfill Directive and the Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive). The legal sources examined from the Czech environment are mainly a couple of new waste management laws from 2020: the Waste Act, the amended Packaging Act, the End-of-Life Products Act and the amendment to the Local Fees Act. The thesis further deals with the so-called recycling targets, which in terms of current municipal waste management methods represent rather ambitious targets for the level of preparation for reuse and recycling of municipal waste. The same challenge for the Czech Republic's waste management is posed by the target of maximum municipal landfill waste by 2035. Attention is paid to the actors in the field of municipal waste...
Provozně-ekonomická analýza systému nakládání s odpadem ve městě Hustopeče
Šauer, Jaromír
Thesis "Business and economic analysis of waste management system in Hustopeče" describes the waste management system and its cost. The first section introduces the basic terms and defined by the applicable legislative rules dealing with waste management in the Czech Republic. This part is followed by a description of the waste management system, which includes the collection, transport, treatment and disposal. The second section describes the system of data collection and then with the selected method makes the analysis of data containing waste management in the city and the system analysis on operational and economic criteria. For the evaluation method is used SWOT analysis. The final part is an evaluation of the existing waste management system in Hustopeče and the practical recommendations for changes and improvements to waste management system.

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