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CHAPTER 3.
MANAGEMENT ISSUES
Management Issues usually involve a Branch Chief.  From there,
considerations will move up the ladder as shown in Figure 3-A as priorities
and importance dictate.
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PLANNING IN SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
3.1.1
Management Objectives.  The general objective of management is to
provide and maintain the system's required level of service through the
efficient use of resources and management control.  Specific objectives
include:
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Environmental protection.  To protect the health and aesthetic
conditions of the living environment by removing waste in a sanitary
fashion.
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Convenience.  To provide a desired level of service (e.g., in terms
of frequency and point of collection).
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Continuity.  To provide for stability of this vital service.  A
contingency plan shall be available for periods when there is an
interruption of collection service.
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