publication . Article . Other literature type . 2015

Sustainable assessment of alternative sites for the construction of a waste incineration plant by applying WASPAS method with single-valued neutrosophic set

Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas; Romualdas Bausys; Marius Lazauskas;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Dec 2015
  • Publisher: Basel : MDPI AG.
  • Country: Lithuania
Abstract
The principles of sustainability have become particularly important in the construction, real estate maintenance sector, and all areas of life in recent years. The one of the major problem of urban territories that domestic and construction waste of generated products cannot be removed automatically. The above necessity induces the demand of systems and technologies for waste life cycle and proper disposal development. Siting of the waste incineration plant is a complex process, which includes all factors of sustainability principles. The selection of the construction area is a complex problem due to the existence of different tangible and intangible factors and...
Subjects
free text keywords: Sustainability assessment, Waste incineration, MCDM, WASPAS-SVNS, Neutrosophic set, sustainability assessment, waste incineration, Construction engineering, Civil engineering, Incineration, Construction waste, Real estate, Sustainability, Sustainable assessment, Engineering, business.industry, business, Neutrosophic set, Multiple-criteria decision analysis, lcsh:Environmental effects of industries and plants, lcsh:TD194-195, lcsh:Renewable energy sources, lcsh:TJ807-830, lcsh:Environmental sciences, lcsh:GE1-350
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