Tarbaeva V.M.

tarbaeva@nebvu.spb.ru

Graduated from Biological Faculty of Leningrad State University, specialization «biology» (1983), and Northwest Academy of Public Service, specialization «municipal and public administration» (2005).
Deputy Head of the Neva-Ladoga Basin Water Directorate, Ministry of Environment of Russia.
PhD in biological sciences. Professor at St. Petersburg State University.
Area of scientific interest: environmental protection, sustainable development of subsoil use, natural resource conservation, environmental safety and waste management.
Author of more than 200 publications.
Raw hydrocarbon geoecology
Section editor – PhD in geology and mineralogy Rogozina E.A.
Article # 26_2009 submitted on 07/13/2009 displayed on website on 08/19/2009
10 p.
pdf  Cluster approach to forming the regional system of industrial waste control

The principal indications of branch and regional clusters are considered. The basic principles of forming the waste cluster of a regional level are formulated. The classification of a waste cluster on the basis of waste composition and the objects of their generation is proposed. By analogy with branch clusters, the three-level structure of a waste cluster providing the interaction and efficient use of regional resources (secondary, administrative, economic, information and innovation resources) is considered. The leading role of resource-saving technologies in cluster making is shown. The example of forming the elements of a waste cluster in developing hydrocarbon fields is given.
Key words: waste, cluster, regional control, secondary resources, resource-saving technologies, drilling waste.
article citation Makarova I.R., Tarbanova V.M. Cluster approach to forming the regional system of industrial waste control // Neftegazovaya Geologiya. Teoriya I Praktika. – 2009. - V.4. - #3.- http://www.ngtp.ru/rub/7/26_2009.pdf