- Title Pages
- List of Figures and Tables
- Notes on Contributors
- One Introduction: Narratives of Organising Waste in the City
- Two The Ecological and Environmental Significance of Urban Wastelands and Drosscapes
- Three The Function of Waste Urban Infrastructures as Heterotopias of the City: Narratives from Gothenburg and Managua
- Four When Clean and Green Meets the Emerald Isle: Contrasting Waste Governance Narratives in Ireland and New Zealand
- Five Waste in Translation: Global Ideas of Urban Waste Management in Local Practice
- Six Governance in a Bottle
- Seven Hybrid Organisations in Waste Management: Public and Private Organisations in a Deregulated Market Environment
- Eight Waste Management Companies: Critical Urban Infrastructural Services That Design the Sociomateriality of Waste
- Nine Cairo's Contested Waste: The Zabaleen's Local Practices and Privatisation Policies
- Ten Ecomodern Discourse and Localised Narratives: Waste Policy, Community Mobilisation and Governmentality in Ireland
- Eleven Waste Collection as an Environmental Justice Issue: A Case Study of a Neighbourhood in Bristol, UK
- Twelve Conclusions: Framing the Organising of Waste in the City
- Organising waste in the city
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