ISRAEL ENVIRONMENT BULLETIN
Winter 1992, Vol. 15, No.1

WASTE MANAGEMENT IN ISRAEL

Editor: Shoshana Gabbay

Israel Environment Bulletin is published quarterly by the Ministry of the Environment. Articles may be freely reprinted but it would be appreciated if reference is made to the source. Printed at the Government Press, Jerusalem

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Dear Reader:

Our Winter 1992 edition addresses the issues of waste management in Israel. With the institution of new legislative and administrative tools, improvements in the disposal and treatment of solid waste and hazardous wastes are anticipated. Israel’s active participation in the international environmental arena continues. The International Cooperation section of this Bulletin surveys national developments in the critical areas of climate warming and environmental financing and presents a few highlights of the recent multilateral peace talks on the environment.

Contents:

1. Introduction

2. Toward Better Waste Management

3. Special Licensing Conditions for Ramat Hovav

4. Monitoring of Airborne Hazardous Substances

5. Environmental Legislation

6. International Cooperation

7. Restoration of Polluted Groundwater: Is It Possible?