Transport of Christchurch solid waste: road transport versus rail transport : a dissertation for the degree of Master of Professional Studies, Transportation Management, Lincoln University
This focus of this study is to analyse the logistics of solid waste transport from Christchurch (New Zealand) to the local landfill by comparing two scenarios - road versus rail transport. The thrust of the research is based on a triple bottom line approach that considers economic, environmental and community issues.
Keywordssolid waste; transport logistics; road transport; rail transport; triple bottom line analysis; Christchurch; Kate Valley; waste management
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