firstname.lastname@example.orgGraduated 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.||Makarova I.R., Tarbaeva V.M.|
|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|