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Information support of the circular economy: the objects of accounting at recycling technological cycle stages of industrial waste

Svetlana Vegera (), Alena Malei (), Ina Sapeha () and Volha Sushko ()
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Svetlana Vegera: Polatsk State University, Belarus
Alena Malei: Polatsk State University, Belarus
Ina Sapeha: Polatsk State University, Belarus
Volha Sushko: Polatsk State University, Belarus

Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Issues, 2018, vol. 6, issue 1, 190-210

Abstract: Circular economy is one of the imperatives of sustainable development of production and society as a whole, which poses corresponding challenges to existing accounting system. In modern conditions of transition from industrial to post-industrial economy, the problem of maintaining a favorable environment and rational use of natural resources requires an adequate transformation of accounting methodology, oriented to the reproduction and sustainable use of natural resources, and not maximum revenue from their exploitation. At present, there is no complete system of accounting for production waste, which would allow solving tasks, which are set by the circular economy, which determines the relevance of the research topic. The purpose of this research is the determination of technological cycle stages of industrial waste and the identification of accounting objects arising at these stages for further recommendations development of industrial waste assessment and accounting for the curcular economy purposes. Among the methods used in the study, the authors identify synthesis, analysis, comparison, logical generalization, inference by analogy, classification, grouping etc. In this article, technological cycle stages of industrial waste will be considered (Stage 1 “Appearance†, Stage 2 “Collection and Accumulation†, Stage 3 “Waste Preparation for Use†, Stage 4 “Storage†, Stage 5 “Use†, Stage 5 “Burial (destruction)†and identified the objects of their accounting: waste of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, construction waste, waste arising from reservoirs cleaned), as well as costs due to the specifics of technological cycle stage.

Keywords: industrial waste; technological cycle; costs; waste of ferrous and non-ferrous metals; construction waste and waste arising from reservoirs cleaned (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: M40 M41 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2018
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DOI: 10.9770/jesi.2018.6.1(13)

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