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This book deals with the new way of looking at Informal waste Collectors in urban space.
They are seen as contributors to the sustainability of the urban environment.
Chapter 1 introduces and also justifies the importance of integrating informal waste collectors into a waste management system as a possible strategy to reduce the volume of solid waste.
It also suggests a strategy for the urban poor to make a living.
Chapter 2 looks at the literature on informal waste collectors in developing countries such as Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Egypt, Costa Rica and South Africa.Chapter 3 deals with the research methodology and outlines the data collection process, data sources and the methods used for data analysis.
The research therefore involves a threefold approach, combining both qualitative and quantitative information methods.
Chapter 4 provides details on data analysis and the research findings.
Chapter 5 relates the results of the research, a synthesis of the findings and recommendations for the future.
Chapter 6 presents the conclusions reached through this research project.
This book may be used for research, teaching and private studies purpo
Kasay Sentime is a young scholar.
He works as a lecturer in the Department of Development Studies at the University of South Africa (UNISA), Pretoria.
He holds a Master in Environmental Management from the University of Johannesburg.
He is currently enrolled as a PhD candidate in the Department of Forest Science at the University of Stellenbosch
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