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Les impacts de la création d'une commune nouvelle et du passage au zéro phyto sur la gestion des cimetières : le cas d'Ombrée d'Anjou

Abstract : In France, the cemetery is a mandatory public service whose environment makes it unique. Several types of users, with different expectations and problems, interact in this place. The ban on the use of plant protection products to maintain green spaces does not apply to cemeteries. However, given the impact of these products on the environment and health, it is interesting to think about alternatives. The mineral and landscape requalification of cemeteries can answer this problem as well as improve the accessibility of sites. At the same time, municipalities are consolidating into new communes to reduce spending and to be able to have more influence in decisions taken on a larger scale. Municipal services are therefore shared. This dynamic has advantages and disadvantages for the management of cemeteries.
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Pauline Chiron. Les impacts de la création d'une commune nouvelle et du passage au zéro phyto sur la gestion des cimetières : le cas d'Ombrée d'Anjou. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02331911⟩

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