(Case Collection) Solid Waste Management in Toronto - Case #1-29

(Case Collection) Solid Waste Management in Toronto - Case #1-29

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Solid Waste Management in Toronto (1) Goal: To privatize solid waste management Intervention: To monitor (enforce) strict standards and guidelines in the waste management industry Analysis of the Dimensions: Direct: This intervention is direct. At A there is government intervention to monitor (enforce) strict standards and guidelines of waste management on B, the fms hired to operate the waste management facilities and the residents of the community. 1. the goal is satisfied to privatize waste management in the city of Toronto 2. the intended result is achieved as the city of Toronto no longer operates waste management facilities 3. a new state of equilibrium is established as the municipal government is playing the role of monitor and enforce to ensure that waste management is performed while ensuring that negative environment. Strategic: This intervention attempts to counteract the "undesired side effects and unfavorable changes in environmental interactions through a close analysis of cause and effect in the content of the issue at hand. Unplanned deleterious environmental effect upon the private sector is very likely minimized through minimized environmental disruptions. Coercive: This intervention is coercive as fms engaged to perform the waste management and the residents of the city of Toronto obligated adhere to the standards of recycling and waste management. If there guidelines and standards are not adhere to, the fms and individuals will face financial penalties. Analysis of quality determinants Accuracy: greater The chain of cause and effect is very short and will therefore result in increased accuracy The goal to achieve privatized waste management will be satisfied when the new equilibrium is met Precision: greater The chain of cause and effect is very short which in turn allows the waste management environment to settle into a new state. The effects of this intervention by the city of Toronto is limited the fm operating waste management facilities and residents. Efficiency: greater Through such direct and coercive, less resources will be required to publicize and encourage Toronto residents to recycle as they will be obligated to do so. Reduction of annual costs of operation since private firms will be more competitive and efficient and most likely provide the services at a lower cost than what the municipality could when they were responsible for operations Increased income from fines paid by firm and individuals Time delay: less Reaction to intervention will be immediate as fms and individuals will be obligated to adhere to the standards and guidelines once the intervention is fully implemented.
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Environment effects on the private sector: less The short chain of cause and effect alleviates the possibility of unwanted side effects Privatization will result in increased competition in the waste management industry which will in turn result in increased efficiency and reduced costs
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(Case Collection) Solid Waste Management in Toronto - Case #1-29

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