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Further publications: Mark Sommer (17 hits)

Thomas Nigl, Bettina Rutrecht, Michael Altendorfer, Silvia Scherhaufer, Ina Meyer, Mark Sommer, Peter Beigl
BHM Berg- und Hüttenmännische Monatshefte, 2021, 166, pp.144-149
Mit anhaltender Verkehrswende nimmt die Bedeutung von Lithium-Ionen-Batterien (LIB) in Zukunft stark zu. Im Sinne der Kreislaufwirtschaft sind einerseits die optimale und nachhaltige Nutzung vorhandener Ressourcen, andererseits das Schließen von Material-Kreisläufen durch geeignete und effiziente Recyclingverfahren unabdingbar. Der Artikel behandelt die aktuellen Problemfelder und Herausforderungen entlang der Wertschöpfungskette von LIB am Ende ihres Lebenszyklus. Dabei werden insbesondere Aspekte der Vorbehandlung und des Recyclings beleuchtet.
in: 17th Euroframe Conference June 2021: Climate Change: Economic Implications, Tools and Challenges for Policy Makers in Europe
Book chapters, contributions to collected volumes, 2021, https://www.euroframe.org/conferences.html?aid=0#june2021
The paper presents two complementary quantitative analyses using a macroeconomic model of the Austrian economy, which links monetary and physical waste-related data. First, the economic and environmental impacts of the current Austrian waste economy are evaluated in terms of business-models for waste collection, treatment and secondary raw material use. Related impacts on CO2 emissions are quantified. Second, potential future employment effects that can result from further development of the Austrian waste economy are assessed.
Silvia Scherhaufer, Florian Part, Peter Beigl, Ina Meyer, Mark Sommer
in: Thomas Nigl, Michael Altendorfer, Roland Pomberger, Josef Adam, Alexia Aldrian, Alexander Curtis, Tudor Dobra, Karl Friedrich, Lisa Kandlbauer, Karl Lorber, Selina Möllnitz, Theresa Magdalena Sattler, Sandra Antonia Viczek, Daniel Vollprecht, Martin Wellacher, Recy & DepoTech 2020: Konferenzband zur 15. Recy & DepoTech-Konferenz
Book chapters, contributions to collected volumes, Leoben, November 2020, pp.349-352
Editors: Montanuniversität Leoben, Institute of Waste Processing Technology and Waste Management
Peter Beigl, Silvia Scherhaufer, Florian Part, Stefan Salhofer, Thomas Nigl, Michael Altendorfer, Roland Pomberger, Ina Meyer, Mark Sommer
in: Josef Adam, Alexia Aldrian, Alexander Curtis, Tudor Dobra, Karl Friedrich, Lisa Kandlbauer, Karl Lorber, Selina Möllnitz, Theresa Magdalena Sattler, Sandra Antonia Viczek, Daniel Vollprecht, Martin Wellacher, Recy & DepoTech 2020: Konferenzband zur 15. Recy & DepoTech-Konferenz
Book chapters, contributions to collected volumes, Leoben, November 2020, pp.85-88
Editors: Montanuniversität Leoben, Institute of Waste Processing Technology and Waste Management
in: Roland Pomberger, Josef Adam, Alexia Aldrian, Michael Altendorfer, Alexander Curtis, Tudor Dobra, Karl Friedrich, Lisa Kandlbauer, Karl Lorber, Selina Möllnitz, Thomas Nigl, Renato Sarc, Theresa Magdalena Sattler, Sandra Antonia Viczek, Daniel Höllen, Thomas Weißenbach, Martin Wellacher, Recy & DepoTech 2020: Konferenzband zur 15. Recy & DepoTech-Konferenz
Book chapters, contributions to collected volumes, Leoben, November 2020, pp.637-642
Editors: Montanuniversität Leoben, Institute of Waste Processing Technology and Waste Management
Silvia Scherhaufer, Anna Happenhofer, Ina Meyer, Florian Part, Mark Sommer, Peter Beigl
in: Sardinia 2019 – 17th International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium. Proceedings
Book chapters, contributions to collected volumes, S. Margherita di Pula, Cagliari, November 2019
The decarbonisation of the energy and mobility sector is in progress, making products such as photovoltaic and wind power plants but also electric vehicles relevant in terms of amounts installed or registered in Austria. These three product groups contain mass relevant components such as metals, glass or plastics but also valuable materials in low quantities which require adequate recycling in terms of resource efficiency and prevention of pollution with harmful substances. This conference paper presents a baseline assessment of main product types and their material composition used in Austria and the current status of recycling.
This paper applies a DYNK (Dynamic New Keynesian) model to compare the traditional environmental tax reform for greenhouse gas emissions with a taxation scheme that taxes greenhouse gas emissions embodied in consumption within the framework of a unilateral policy of the EU 27. The embodied emissions of different commodities are taxed independently of their origin. The greenhouse gas tax rates applied are identical and new revenues are in both cases recycled via lower social security contributions of employers. The article shows the macroeconomic results, driven by the different impact of the taxation schemes on price competitiveness of EU 27 firms. These differences drive the leakage and show negative leakage in the case of taxing embodied greenhouse gas emissions. Both taxation schemes are also regressive for household incomes emphasising the importance of the choice of revenue recycling. In terms of emission reduction, we find the taxation of emissions embodied in consumption less effective.
in: Roland Pomberger, et al., Recy & DepoTech 2018: Recycling & Abfallverwertung, Abfallwirtschaft & Ressourcenmanagement, Deponietechnik & Altlasten, Internationale Abfallwirtschaft & Spezielle Recyclingthemen. Konferenzband zur 14. Recy & DepoTech-Konferenz
Book chapters, contributions to collected volumes, Leoben, November 2018, pp.77-84
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