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Citizens' attitude to the sorted waste
This Thesis is focused on problematics of waste sorting and its importance for the society. It analyzes waste management, legislative norms, motivation and ecological questions of waste sorting. Quantitative survey, that maps attitudes of respondents, is a part of this Thesis. The results shows increasing awareness of the public towards the importance. I suggest also the areas for improvement of the perception and responsibility regarding the waste sorting. Sorting the waste brings economical, ecological and social benefits and is crucial for sustainable growth.
Applications of the circular economy in selected gastronomic establishments
The bachelor thesis deal with the circular economy, its connection with sustainable development, basic circular principles, business models and barriers of circular economy. It represents sustainable gastronomy and its principles. It focuses specifically on the application of circular principles in pizzerias. The research method for obtaining data was a questionnaire survey at the level of business entities in the Czech Republic. The practical part analyses the level of the application of circular principles in this segment of gastronomic establishments. It focuses on the level of knowledge on the circular economy model, the management of packaging waste and gastro-waste, and the use of unused meals. It also focuses on an opinion on the importance of individual circular principles, the level of application in gastronomic establishments and an estimate of the impact of circular principles on business.
Effectiveness of the use of clues of contaminated sites obtained by remote sensing for the National Inventory of Contaminated Sites
Suchánek, Zdeněk ; Řeřicha, Jaroslav
The National Inventory of Contaminated Sites (NIKM) project was aimed to fill the database of the Contaminated Sites Register (SEKM) with approximately 9053 updated and validated records with evaluated priority, taking into account the risk from the point of view of life and health of the population and the environment. We expect the number of records to be approximately 10100. Thousands of contaminated and potentially contaminated sites (KM / PKM) entered in the SEKM register are also waste management sites. The article focuses on the possibility of using information from the inventory for waste management. The initial project task implemented in the years 2018–2019 concerned the mapping of KM / PKM clues by remote sensing (RS) methods. The mapping provided a wealth of insights into the territorial distribution of clues. Using remote sensing methods, a significant part (approx. 18%) was obtained from the total number of approx. 10100 evaluated sites registered in SEKM. 48.5% of all records of evaluated localities arising from clues come from the group of types of clues determined using remote sensing methods and related to municipal waste (types of clues c, p, l, r). The use of remote sensing methods, such as the interpretation of orthophotomaps, can be a significant benefit for the performance of public administration in the field of spatial planning and environmental protection. Today, SEKM is a complete public database of the Ministry of the Environment that can be used by the professional and general public. Many of information contained in it can be used for the issue of waste disposal on the surface.
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Balanced approach in waste management
Přibyl, Zdeněk ; Kropáč, Jiří (referee) ; Gregor, Jiří (advisor)
The thesis deals with the development of a balancing tool for the monitoring of selected waste streams, the related legislation, and the development of techno-economic models for waste treatment plants. In the research part of the thesis, the legislation setting the conditions of waste management is presented, the authorised packaging company EKO-KOM is introduced, including the remuneration calculator created. The practical part of the thesis describes the developed sub-tools and the balancing tool itself, which is the focus of the thesis. Subsequently, the waste stream is analysed and the waste treatment at the reference site is evaluated. Based on the processed data, the practical part leads to the development of techno-economic designs for the plastics processing plant and the energy transition.
Optimization models supporting strategic decisions in waste management
Mazlová, Lenka ; Hrabec, Dušan (referee) ; Nevrlý, Vlastimír (advisor)
This diploma thesis focuses on the creation of a complex optimization model for network flow problem in waste management. The main goal is designing a model of mixed integer programming problem that includes every aspect from production to waste treatment, its implementation in the Julia programming language and the description of the obtained results. The final model can plan transport routes, determine the method of waste transportation and allocate processing and treatment facilities, including sizing their capacities. This model is then used for test calculations on real data from Czech Republic.
Optimization of the Reverse Waste Logistics System in the Selected Enterprise
Davydova, Anna ; Valenta, Tomáš (referee) ; Milichovský, František (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the research of reverse logistics of waste in the banking company Raiffeisenbank a. s. The thesis consists of three parts. The first part covers theoretical background on the basis of which in the second part, the research is carried out using the analysis of the internal and external environment. The third part contains proposals for improving the waste recycling system at the Raiffeisenbank branch in Olympia and an evaluation of achieved results.
Reverse Logistics in the Selected Company
Staňková, Anežka ; Kuba,, Karel (referee) ; Milichovský, František (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis deals with reverse logistics in a selected company. Based on the theoretical part I analyse the current state of reverse logistics activities within the company. In this thesis, I examine the logistics chains within the company, and continue to address the issue of waste management. The aim of this thesis is to propose corrective measures that optimize the amount of waste material and ensure a more efficient flow of reverse logistics activities.
Landfilling as one of the causes of climate change
Knopp, Lubomír ; Balgová, Zuzana (referee) ; Hrabová, Kristýna (advisor)
This thesis deals with municipal waste landfilling. The aim of the thesis was to map the current situation of municipal waste management, to present the European and Czech strategies in the field of waste management and to evaluate the risks associated with landfilling. The thesis examines all the consequences and risks of landfilling. The thesis then looks at the difference objectives and action plans of the European Union and the Czech Republic in the field of waste management. Finally, educational tools for waste prevention in the Šternberk micro-region are presented.
Web Application for Evaluating Investment Plans in Waste Management
Červenka, Roman ; Roupec, Jan (referee) ; Dobrovský, Ladislav (advisor)
This thesis is dedicated to design and implementation of module for web aplication for waste management optimization. Main part is design and implementation of user interface for input of optimization variables and visualization of optimization results in graphical map overlay. Part of this thesis is also analysis of current state of application and proposition of possible improvements.
Waste flows modelling and assessment of their treatment
Kolátor, Matyáš ; Smejkalová, Veronika (referee) ; Pluskal, Jaroslav (advisor)
The thesis deals with the description, analysis and reconstruction of waste evidence. Nowadays, more and more emphasis is put on the issue of waste management and its efficient use. Legislation has set demanding targets for increased waste recovery and the development of a circular economy. In order to achieve these objectives, it is necessary to plan and organize the structure of waste management strategically. Important decisions in the field of waste management are based on data and the production and processing of waste. The quality of waste data has a major impact on the success of the process. The aim of this thesis is to describe the system of record, but also the possibilities of improving and reconstructing invalid data. The core of the work is the testing and improvement of a data reconciliation tool REVEDATO developed at the Institute of Process Engineering. The computational tool is based on the mathematical apparatus of data balancing, for which the correct definition of the weights is crucial, which will be the main subject of the work.

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