Cornell Waste Management Institute
Cornell Waste Management Institute

Founding year: 1987

Staff: 2

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A research institute working on “the environmental and social issues associated with waste management” via research, outreach and teaching activities. Its staff aims “to develop technical solutions to waste management problems and to address broader issues of waste generation and composition, waste reduction, risk management, environmental equity and public decision-making.”

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Leadership: Jean Bonhotal (Director)

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