Waste Management In The Aviation Industry

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organized.

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articles) and not newspapers/magazines/websites.

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Flow of  information – information should be presented in a

coherent manner in such a way that it is easy for audience to

follow/understand;

No fillers – the paper should contain directly relevant

information and minimal repetition of  information.  Despite

common belief, the length of  the paper does not determine the

quality of  your work!

CONTENT OF PAPER 

ABSTRACT, INTRODUCTION, BODY, CONCLUSION, REFERENCES. 

Focus on the three components of aviation – Airports, Maintenance Operations, Flight Operations (Airplane). 

Flight Operation (sanitary waste, food waste, disposable goods – plastic wraps, utensils, magazine, paper. [find statistics on waste generated per person/per person])

 

Maintenance – Hazardous, office waste, electronic waste (find certain airlines with statistics, quantifiable) Search Europe airlines with mandatory reports.

Airports – Restaurants, catering (only a handful of companies), find statistics on catering website, food waste composting, sustainability reports

Similar approach for all 3 components

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