Research and analysis

Perceptions, attitudes and communication: their role in delivering effective environmental regulation for municipal waste incineration

The project looks at how the public perceives health risk using municipal waste incineration as a case study.

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Perceptions, attitudes and communication: their role in delivering effective environmental regulation for municipal waste incineration

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Perceptions, attitudes and communication: their role in delivering effective environmental regulation for municipal waste incineration

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The project looks at how the public perceives health risk using municipal waste incineration as a case study. The report makes recommendations on ways in which organisations involved in regulation could help allay public concerns about health risk.

Published 1 April 2008