Published: Apr 28, 2023

  Svitlana Kovalchuk


In the modern conditions of the implementation of the European strategy of sustainable mobility and adaptation to climate change, the requirements for the responsible management of waste from motor vehicle infrastructure are growing. The subject of the study is the theoretical, methodological and practical bases of the formation of organizational and economic vectors of waste management of motor vehicle infrastructure objects. Methodology. The theoretical and methodological basis of the research are the basic regulations of foreign and domestic science in the field of responsible management of motor vehicle waste in relation to environmental protection, EU regulations, normative legal acts of Ukraine. The research methodology is based on the dialectical method. General scientific and empirical methods were used to solve the problems, namely: methods of analysis and synthesis when studying the conceptual provisions of the formation of the motor vehicle component of waste management and determining the European benchmarks for the development of the motor vehicle industry, system-structural methods – when determining the direction of transformation processes, observation methods – when applying environmental standards of motor vehicles, abstract-logical – when justifying directions for improving the environmental safety of a car at all stages of its life cycle, the SWOT analysis method – for forming strategic guidelines for the development of the motor vehicle industry with the leveling of negative impact on fishing, methods of comparison and analogy, methods of statistical analysis. The purpose of the study is to identify the priorities in the responsible management of waste from motorized transport infrastructure and the vectors of implementation of the European strategy for sustainable mobility. The realization of the goal determined the formulation and solution of the following tasks: analysis of the conceptual basis of the company's waste management; study of the problem of state regulation in the field of waste management; analysis of compliance with the company's waste management priorities to ensure the implementation of the European Strategy for Sustainable Mobility. Results. The unregulated standardization of motor vehicles and the lack of an effective state policy to stimulate the renewal of private and public transport have led to the fact that Ukraine is constantly turning into a reserve of used non-ecological motor vehicles from abroad, while its own auto industry is on the verge of extinction. Based on the results of the research, it is proven that today the motor transport system, based on the experience of the European Community and implementing the requirements of sustainable and intelligent mobility, can achieve its green and digital transformation and become more resistant to the current crisis. Conclusions. The set of received provisions forms a systematic approach to the analysis of known and synthesis of new ways of increasing the environmental safety of vehicles in the processes of European integration of design and operation, their evaluation and selection according to the criteria of fuel efficiency and the level of environmental pollution. Therefore, currently the main task in the field of environmental and road transport state policy should be to ensure a balance between the availability of vehicles and the observance of environmental rights of citizens in Ukraine. The conditions for improving the ecological situation in Ukraine and minimizing the environmental impact of the motor vehicle infrastructure have been established.

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motor transport infrastructure, waste management, sustainable mobility, environmental safety, environmental standards, environmental protection


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