Have Housing Prices Gone With the Smelly Wind? Big Data Analysis on Landfill in Hong Kong

  title={Have Housing Prices Gone With the Smelly Wind? Big Data Analysis on Landfill in Hong Kong},
  author={R. Li and Herru Ching Yu Li},
  journal={Waste eJournal},
  • R. Li, Herru Ching Yu Li
  • Published 2018
  • Economics
  • Waste eJournal
  • Unlike many other places around the globe, Hong Kong is a small city with a high population density. Some housing units are built near the sources of an externality, such as a landfill site. As the blocks of buildings are particularly tall, many are walled buildings that block the bad odor from the landfill. Thus, the wind blowing from a landfill site may not affect the entire building estate. Some buildings are more heavily affected than others, partly because walled buildings built near… CONTINUE READING
    17 Citations
    Green Roof Safety: A Tale of Three Cities
    An Optimisation Model to Consider the NIMBY Syndrome within the Landfill Siting Problem
    • 2
    • PDF
    Evaluating Urban Odor with Field Olfactometry in Camden, NJ
    • 1
    • PDF


    Impacts of urban environmental elements on residential housing prices in Guangzhou (China)
    • 276
    Quantifying the waste reduction potential of using prefabrication in building construction in Hong Kong.
    • 320
    • PDF
    Does size really matter? Landfill scale impacts on property values
    • 51
    • PDF
    Assessing the perception and reality of arguments against thermal waste treatment plants in terms of property prices.
    • 10
    • PDF
    Monetising the impacts of waste incinerators sited on brownfield land using the hedonic pricing method.
    • 13
    • PDF
    The effects of wildfire and environmental amenities on property values in northwest Montana, USA.
    • 74