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DOI: 10.15862/14RRO417 (http://dx.doi.org/10.15862/14RRO417)
Zemskova E.S. (2017). Recycling as a specific socio-economic institute. Russian journal of resources, conservation and recycling, [online] 4(4). Available at: https://resources.today/PDF/14RRO417.pdf (in Russian). DOI: 10.15862/14RRO417
Recycling as a specific socio-economic institute
Zemskova Elena Sergeevna
National research Mordovia state university, Russia, Saransk
Abstract. Problems of environmental protection and ecological footprint the living generation, deteriorated in the second half of the XX century. The environmental activity of the state was considered by business as a factor in the aggravation of the economic situation in companies. The aim of the research is the study of the institutional framework of the Russia’s recycling organization. The study is based on the following methods: analysis, synthesis, deduction, systematic approach. The article shows that the condition for the formation and development of recycling economy is the wide spreading of a practice of re-use as sources of raw materials for the next production cycles. We consider resource recycling as a new source of neo-industrial economic growth, which can smooth out the increasing contradiction between the need to meet the growing material needs of the population and limited resources. Different aspects of nature conservation and the framework legislation of the Russian Federation, including mechanisms for its implementation were studied. A comparison of the institutional specifics of recycling in the Russian Federation with the best national and international experience was held. The author justified that the optimal scheme for handling municipal waste is the mass expansion of their separate collection by fractions. The set of actions to increase recycling in Russia was offered.
Keywords: recycling; recycling economy; green economy; resource-saving
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