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Ccmision Economics para America Latina (CEPAL). Santiago, Chile. 73 pp. INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT IN THE NEW TOWN OF L I S L E D'ABEAU (FRANCE) Robert Spizzichino Crepah-3, rue Lord Byron - 75008 Paris, INTRODUCTION f f The new town of "1 Isle-d Abeau" can be considered as the centre of expansion for Lyon, both population-wise (210,000 - 250,000 inhabitants by the end of the century including the already existing towns) and economically with 1,200 hectares of industrial zoning and an important service area now being constructed.

1 Xn' f = bq + ade + 15a + 5a n = total number of trips per year Kerbside Frequency of collection. C = f = total man-minute/trip i = rate of interest on capital Short range transfer Disposal e = average haul speed Qp = initial cost of truck Point of collection Transportation system site g = total number of trips/day Communal storage Collection system (3) where a = number of collectors per trip Density, physical and chemical characteristics Storage 47 (1) (2) n = total number of trucks in operation.

0/person/year on solid waste management. If spent effectively the sum should not prove i) Refuse characteristics, inadequate. Expenditure in many municipalities is, however, less than US cents 50 which is ii) Land using planning on regional basis, grossly inadequate (1). iii) Environmental aspects and cost considerations . (ii) During rainfall much waste is washed into the gullies and open drains from where it has been removed at ten times the cost. DISPOSAL FACILITIES Here the options being limited, computer aided studies may not be required.

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