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Definition of Kerbside
1. the edge of a path [n -S]
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Literary usage of Kerbside
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Environmental Performance Reviews by OECD Staff (1998)
"Waste minimisation and recycling A 1993 survey showed that kerbside recycling was available to 8.7 million inhabitants, or 49 per cent of the population; ..."
2. Evaluating Economic Instruments for Environmental Policy by Stephen Smith, Hans B. Vos (1997)
"... the existence of kerbside recycling schemes, and other possible influences on the level of refuse, including population density, average household size, ..."
3. Delivering the Goods: 21st Century Challenges to Urban Goods Transport by (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, Working Group on Urban Freight Logistics, SourceOECD (Online service) (2003)
"Lack of kerbside loading facilities. • Poor signing on the town centre gyratory system leads to some drivers becoming lost. Solutions considered by members. ..."
4. Environmental Performance Reviews by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. Committee on Environmental Policy (2001)
"kerbside collection accounts for a relatively small proportion of material ... Increasing kerbside collection, where economically feasible in terms of ..."
5. Creating Wealth from Waste by Robin Murray (1999)
"One model, common in Germany, is to limit kerbside sorting and separate mixed recyclables in large sorting factories. In the US, and now in the UK, ..."
6. Financing Strategies for Water and Environmental Infrastructure by (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, Danish Corp for Environ With, Michael Munk Sorensen, Ashot Baghdasaryan, Birgitte Martens, Carsten Glenting, Grzegorz Peszko (2003)
"kerbside. dual collection. • Drop-off, recycling station. ... kerbside, recyclables collection. For commerce, industry and C&D: • Container ordinary ..."
7. Theatre Arts by Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit (1921)
"The idea is that a pavement runs from up R. to down L., the coffee-stall being in the road at the kerbside, and the lamp-post on the kerb. ..."
8. Ageing and Transport: Mobility Needs and Safety Issues by Oecd (2001)
"Provision of low-floor buses and trams and ready access from the kerbside are examples of key policy responses in the public transport field. ..."