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Waste Management in Polish Environmental Law and Approximating to European Law

Waste Management in Polish Environmental Law and Approximating to European Law This article gives an account of Polish legal solutions concerning the collection and secondary utilization of waste and the recycling of waste, matters which raise enormous problems in Poland. The question of how Polish environmental law is to be harmonized with EC law is also discussed. The system of environmental law is not given uniform treatment in the literature and produces divergent views on, for example, the classification of enr~ironmental regu1ations.l This article therefore discusses only the broader context of the law. h Oudlne of *e Polish Em+o enhl Law System The system of Polish environmental law is constituted mainly by the following: ( I ) constitutional principles, previously found in the Constitution of I952 (particularly Article 71 thereof, which remained in force by virtue of the Constitutional Act of 17 October 1992), and now to be found in the new Universities of Wroclaw and Opole. For a discussion of that topic and a listing of the basic legal Acts, see R. Paczuski. Prarvo ocitrony srodobviska, lyvd. Branta, Bydgoszce, 1996, pp. 60ff and 144ff; J. Boc and E. Samborska-Boc, Prawo ochrony srodort.iska-:agadnienia praivne i ekonomic~ne, Wroclaw. 1989: L. :astrz&bski, Prawo ochrony srociol.~'iska Polsce. PWN, Warsaw, 1990: M. Gorski, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Public Law Kluwer Law International

Waste Management in Polish Environmental Law and Approximating to European Law

European Public Law , Volume 5 (1) – Mar 1, 1999

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This article gives an account of Polish legal solutions concerning the collection and secondary utilization of waste and the recycling of waste, matters which raise enormous problems in Poland. The question of how Polish environmental law is to be harmonized with EC law is also discussed. The system of environmental law is not given uniform treatment in the literature and produces divergent views on, for example, the classification of enr~ironmental regu1ations.l This article therefore discusses only the broader context of the law. h Oudlne of *e Polish Em+o enhl Law System The system of Polish environmental law is constituted mainly by the following: ( I ) constitutional principles, previously found in the Constitution of I952 (particularly Article 71 thereof, which remained in force by virtue of the Constitutional Act of 17 October 1992), and now to be found in the new Universities of Wroclaw and Opole. For a discussion of that topic and a listing of the basic legal Acts, see R. Paczuski. Prarvo ocitrony srodobviska, lyvd. Branta, Bydgoszce, 1996, pp. 60ff and 144ff; J. Boc and E. Samborska-Boc, Prawo ochrony srodort.iska-:agadnienia praivne i ekonomic~ne, Wroclaw. 1989: L. :astrz&bski, Prawo ochrony srociol.~'iska Polsce. PWN, Warsaw, 1990: M. Gorski,

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Published: Mar 1, 1999

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