This study shows how the landscape changes in presence of waste. It shows how this reality invades the territory in many different ways in time and space and how new landscapes are designed. In the end, the study wants to prove how waste can actually become a place. Moreover, an “indicative atlas” is given of projects for a controlled recovery, altered areas taking form, where some interesting recycling plans are illustrated. The statistical, quantitative aspects concerning waste production are discussed to show the present conditions. Through a cartography the consequential environmental impacts are denounced.

Rejected landscapes-Recycled landscapes. Waste disposal and recycling sites, perspectives and contemporary approaches

Dalzero, Silvia
2016

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This study shows how the landscape changes in presence of waste. It shows how this reality invades the territory in many different ways in time and space and how new landscapes are designed. In the end, the study wants to prove how waste can actually become a place. Moreover, an “indicative atlas” is given of projects for a controlled recovery, altered areas taking form, where some interesting recycling plans are illustrated. The statistical, quantitative aspects concerning waste production are discussed to show the present conditions. Through a cartography the consequential environmental impacts are denounced.
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