human value


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Wasted time
Gaseous air pollutants
Waste waters
Waste paper
Solid wastes
Food wastage
Liquid wastes
Nuclear waste dumping
Organic wastes
Hazardous wastes
Electronic waste
Waste of resources
Intractable waste
Wasted woman power
Corruption and mismanagement of foreign aid
Wasted waiting time
Educational wastage
Underutilized wastes
Unsustainable energy consumption
Marine dumping of wastes
Unsafe hazardous waste disposal
Waste of human resources
Insufficient recycling of materials
Impurities in waste water
Inadequate waste treatment
Radioactive wastes
Ineffectiveness of foreign aid
Illicit discharge of dangerous substances
Underutilized agricultural wastes
Unnecessary personal consumption
Domestic waste water pollutants
Plastic pollution
Waste of non-renewable resources
Inadequate management of refuse
Industrial waste water pollutants
Dumping of consumer waste products
Undercapitalized waste use schemes
Insufficient composting
Competitive development of new weapons
Waste of resources invested in obsolete armaments
Wastage in governmental budgets and appropriations
Unutilized fish by-products
Waste disposal in deep wells
Unused livestock waste
Stagnant surface water
Inadequate disposal of hospital waste
Mine wastes
Plastic pollution of coastal zones
Water pollution from fish production
Wasteful distribution system
Inadequate disposal of slaughterhouse wastes
Ineffective official inspection of regulated activities
Textile fibres and waste shortage
Instability of trade in pulp and waste paper
Waste of electricity
Wastage of highly skilled personnel in the routine maintenance of complex systems
Solid waste in the oceans
Disposal of packaging waste
Restrictive regulations for disposal of nuclear waste
Hotel and restaurant waste
Misuse of agricultural resources for production of animal feed
Chemical industry wastes
Energy-inefficient cooking stoves
Energy inefficient lifestyles
Laboratory waste water pollutants
Improper disposal of food wastes
Criminal offences against the environment
Shortage of waste landfill sites
Insalubrity of animal excrement in urban environments
Environmental hazards of textile fibres and waste
Inadequate waste incineration
Waste of water
Inefficient use of educational resources
Environmental hazards of decommissioned nuclear power plants
Instability of trade in unprocessed textile fibres and their waste
Pig-waste pollution
Inadequate facilities for the transport of sanitary wastes
Marine dumping of nuclear waste
Toxic waste smuggling
Paper shortage
Industrial air emissions
Unreliable garbage pick-up
Inadequate packaging of food products
Recovering energy from domestic waste
Managing plastic wastes
Campaigning on solid waste management
Campaigning against hazardous waste disposal
Managing wastes
Reducing waste
Recycling plastics
Recycling agricultural waste
Disposing of hazardous waste
Cleaning up pollution
Analysing waste
Protesting against packaging waste
Harmonizing transport of dangerous goods
Generating electricity from organic wastes
Incinerating wastes
Managing urban wastes
Disposing of household refuse
Recovering energy from wastes
Overcoming barriers to waste trade
Campaigning against the export of toxic materials
Reducing methane emissions from landfill sites
Generating biogas for fuel
Recycling industrial wastes
Controlling transboundary movement of hazardous waste
Developing solid waste disposal technologies
Preventing production of hazardous wastes
Developing criteria for fishing practices to minimize waste and by-catch
Ensuring safe export of hazardous waste
Ensuring environmentally sound waste processing
Integrating waste management
Establishing environmentally sound land-based waste disposal alternatives to sea dumping
Conditioning radioactive waste
Adopting laws to prevent the illegal export or import of hazardous waste
Storing nuclear waste in ocean wells
Improving hazardous waste institutions
Developing national goals for the sustainable management of wastes
Conducting environmental audits to assess hazardous waste management in industry
Stopping ocean dumping
Including resource needs, waste management and conservation in settlement policy
Reprocessing spent nuclear fuel
Providing environmental infrastructure for human settlements
Preventing illegal international traffic in hazardous wastes
Reducing waste at source
Shifting from energy-intensive consumption
Accumulating nuclear reactor waste
Reducing wastage in energy distribution
Using emission charges
Developing effective technologies for treating waste
Supporting national programmes to monitor and control hazardous wastes
Preparing inventories in developing countries on hazardous waste production
Finding waste management solutions for densely populated areas and small islands
Providing education materials on effects of hazardous waste
Conducting research on the health effects of hazardous wastes in developing countries
Setting up tracking systems for movements of hazardous waste
Including waste minimization principles and practices in school curricula
Strengthening cooperation on monitoring effects of hazardous waste management
Establishing hazardous waste treatment centres
Using treated waste water for agriculture
Developing conventions on transboundary movement of hazardous waste
Banning hazardous waste exports to countries lacking safe handling capability
Studying health impact of radioactive waste disposal
Identifying best available technology for hazardous waste management
Providing financial assistance for hazardous waste emergencies
Strengthening cradle-to-grave environmental impact assessment of hazardous waste
Establishing inventories of hazardous waste
Converting garden waste into compost
Increasing government / industry cooperation on waste minimization
Developing industry-based institutions on hazardous waste handling
Developing appropriate methods for identifying hazardous wastes
Strengthening research centres on hazardous waste management
Developing community detection of traffic in hazardous wastes
Strengthening national capacity for safe treatment and disposal of waste
Expanding research on environmentally sound management of hazardous waste
Setting up information systems to detect illegal traffic in hazardous waste
Developing biotechnology for waste treatment
Training in monitoring and controlling pollution caused by waste
Preparing guidelines on waste management for unserved low-income areas
Adopting national programmes to reduce hazardous waste
Improving training on prevention and control of hazardous waste health risks
Monitoring adverse effects of hazardous wastes
Establishing databases on populations exposed to hazardous waste
Informing about techniques for the safe disposal of waste
Implementing international conventions on hazardous waste
Publishing information on companies which generate hazardous waste
Establishing facilities in each country to handle its own hazardous wastes
Increasing public participation in hazardous waste management
Setting waste management goals
Preaching religion
Assessing hazardous waste management needs of small and medium-sized enterprises
Expanding public participation in solid waste management
Providing public information on hazardous waste issues
Identifying low-cost options for waste management
Establishing regulations requiring environmentally sound management of hazardous wastes
Expanding waste collection and disposal services
Converting sewage waste into compost
Improving current waste reuse operations
Ensuring compatibility of agreements on hazardous waste
Adopting safety standards for hazardous waste management
Monitoring illegal traffic in hazardous waste at the regional level
Developing guidelines for identifying hazardous waste
Improving capacity to assess hazardous waste risks
Improving coordination of policy on hazardous waste
Treating industrial wastes at source
Taking measures for environmentally sound disposal of hazardous waste in developing countries
Complying with international guidelines in hazardous waste agreements
Training in waste reuse and recycling for urban managers
Assessing health and environmental risks of hazardous waste
Treating waste water for safe reuse
Evaluating effectiveness of waste recycling techniques
Improving capacities to monitor the transboundary movements of hazardous wastes
Facilitating transfer of waste reduction technology
Providing education on hazardous waste management in government and industry
Conducting training on hazardous waste management technology in developing countries
Expanding public information on waste minimization
Using variable pricing for waste management at the consumer level
Including waste minimization measures in procurement policies
Urging industry to publish information on their management of hazardous waste
Cooperating with industry in identifying and cleaning-up hazardous waste disposal sites
Expanding international information exchange on hazardous waste
Exchanging information on illegal transboundary movement of hazardous waste
Monitoring compliance violations of hazardous waste export/import laws
Increasing public involvement in the collection of waste
Adopting policies for the environmentally sound management of hazardous waste
Increasing international cooperation centres on hazardous waste management
Expanding hazardous waste research in developing countries
Ensuring environmentally safe storage sites for radioactive waste
Using intermediate stores for wastes
Ensuring military applies environmental norms for hazardous waste treatment
Improving hazardous waste management programmes to meet health and environment norms
Identifying and preparing profiles on hazardous wastes
Supporting industry training programmes on waste management
Making industry responsible for environmentally sound disposal of its hazardous waste
Preparing health criteria on hazardous waste prevention
Educating about national hazardous waste management
Recycling municipal waste water and solid waste
Managing organic wastes
Setting national standards for industrial effluents and solid wastes
Extending waste management services to the unserved urban poor
Decreasing waste packaging
Supporting investment in waste reuse and recycling
Conducting research on critical problems of waste management and disposal
Establishing exchange programmes for waste management staff
Marketing compost
Transferring technology for safe management and disposal of radioactive waste
Expanding knowledge resources on health implications of hazardous wastes
Providing incentives for waste reuse and recycling
Providing ideas for recycling household items
Emphasizing waste prevention and minimization in waste management programmes
Developing plans for the management and disposal of human waste
Adopting sustainable sanitation policy
Storing wastes
Assisting waste and recycling in the informal sector
Recycling nutrients in urine
Financing waste disposal
Developing laws for waste management
Landfilling wastes
Disposing of waste in salt mines
Preparing best practice guides for waste recycling
Treating waste biologically
Researching impact of waste minimization on consumers
Campaigning against unnecessary outdoor lighting
Applying measures for waste disposal costs to be paid by the waste generators
Treating waste by incineration
Using surface disposal sites for wastes
Strengthening developing country capacity to manage waste from nuclear programmes
Treating waste with chemical processes
Minimizing generation of radioactive waste
Collecting wastes
Reclaiming land with solid waste
Preventing water related disease transmission from waste water irrigation
Facilitating transfer of waste reuse and recycling technology
Providing incentives to improve the marketability of recyclable wastes
Improving waste monitoring technology
Funding research on waste reuse and recycling
Incorporating waste minimization strategies in national development plans
Supporting community waste recycling
Maximizing waste reuse
Respecting decisions of other countries on safe management of radioactive waste
Planning and constructing of new waste treatment facilities
Developing brown field sites
Assessing national programmes for waste reuse and recycling
Assessing effectiveness of waste minimization measures and technologies
Improving institutional capacity on waste management planning and service delivery
Teaching benefits and civic duty for waste reuse and recycling at school
Assessing environmental impact of waste
Reducing organic waste content in landfill
Reporting on key aspects of waste management and disposal
Training in pollution control, waste treatment and disposal technologies
Strengthening international guidelines for the safe reuse of waste
Reviewing management of solid wastes and sewage
Providing training on low-cost waste collection and disposal options
Expanding information networks on clean technology and waste minimization
Preparing environmental guidelines for safe discharge of waste
Researching safe management and disposal of high-level radioactive waste
Facilitating transfer of industrial waste treatment technology
Expanding waste management services to unserved areas
Compiling data on waste management
Creating domestic waste recycling schemes
Regulating transboundary movement and disposal of waste
Implementing waste recycling programmes
Establishing international clearing house for information on waste management and disposal
Ensuring full cost recovery from waste generators
Supporting waste reuse in small communities
Preparing waste minimization guidelines
Assessing environmental effects of national waste management policies
Urging countries to dispose of their own waste in their own territory
Financing waste management services in deprived areas
Providing waste management information to global information systems
Providing public information on waste issues
Investing part of waste disposal cost in waste minimization
Using criteria for safe management of solid waste
Developing waste monitoring methodology
Strengthening research capacities for waste management
Improving national waste management and control policies
Integrating waste management with other basic services
Providing incentives to local authorities to recycle wastes
Separating components of urban solid waste
Implementing code of practice on transboundary movements of radioactive waste
Assessing approaches for extending waste management services
Improving coordination of waste management programmes in the United Nations system
Banning disposal of low level radioactive waste at sea
Improving national incentives for waste management
Improving national capabilities for monitoring wastes
Upgrading status and skills of managers in waste management agencies
Supporting international codes for the safe management and disposal of radioactive waste
Carrying out pilot projects to demonstrate waste minimization practices and technologies
Returning radioactive waste to the supplier for safe storage or disposal
Implementing waste management policies for waste reuse and recycling
Reducing loss and waste of food during handling
Banning exports of radioactive waste to countries which prohibit their importation
Including resource recovery in local authority waste management plans
Facilitating transfer of waste management technology
Improving operation and maintenance of waste treatment facilities
Increasing support for hazardous waste research in developing countries
Combining treatment/disposal facilities for hazardous waste in small and medium-sized enterprises
Assessing effectiveness of existing information systems on hazardous waste
Disposing of local sewer wastes
Organizing household refuse pick-up
Applying hygienic waste disposal
Designing waste disposal areas
Eliminating disease-breeding waste
Building waste disposal system
Running residential waste underground
Scheduling accumulated waste disposal
Recycling animal waste products
Treating wastes
Ensuring safe management of radioactive wastes
Improving solid waste management
Disposing of wastes
Providing adequate waste processing
Improving hazardous waste management
Modernizing sanitary facilities
Installing waste treatment systems
Constructing modern public toilets
Recycling materials
Recycling water
Recycling packaging
Reducing domestic waste water pollutants
Reducing industrial water pollution
Monitoring domestic waste water pollutants
Monitoring industrial waste water pollutants
Producing consumer waste
Reducing amount of consumer waste
Raising standards of waste treatment
Managing toxic waste dumps
Encouraging waste
Ensuring sustainable personal consumption
Reducing amount of wasted time
Reducing amount of waste gases
Reducing amount of wastewater
Saving paper
Reducing amount of solid wastes
Reducing amount of liquid wastes
Reducing amount of nuclear waste
Reducing amount of organic wastes
Reducing amount of dangerous waste
Reducing amount of electronic scrap
Reducing amount of wasted woman power
Reducing amount of wasted foreign aid
Reducing amount of wasted waiting time
Reducing amount of educational wastage
Reducing amount of wasted energy resources
Reducing amount of hazardous waste for disposal
Reducing amount of impurities in waste water
Reducing amount of wastage of development aid
Reducing amount of agricultural waste products
Reducing amount of undercapitalized waste use schemes
Reducing amount of waste of resources on armaments research
Reducing amount of waste of resources invested in obsolete armaments
Reducing amount of wastage in governmental budgets and appropriations
Collecting discarded objects
Halting bureaucratic waste
Testing waste water contamination
Prohibiting dumping of hazardous wastes
Prohibiting dumping food products as waste
Monitoring dumping food products as waste
Monitoring dumping of consumer waste products
Storing hazardous wastes
Dumping hazardous wastes
Dumping hazardous wastes
Storing intractable waste
Reducing production of intractable waste
Abstaining from integrating solid waste management
Preserving human resources
Dumping wastes
Recycling special wastes
Constructing waste stabilization ponds
Providing emergency waste disposal
Reducing food wastage
Appropriating waste management technologies
Preventing waste
Collecting organic waste
Disposing of industrial wastes
Researching management of hazardous waste
Reducing food waste
Industrializing waste
Dumping toxic waste
Investigating potentially hazardous products wastes
Waste - test
Type Classification:
D: Destructive values