In this chapter we analyse the decision making process concerning siting of the incinerator in LEK Lendava. The NIMBY syndrome emerged also in Slovenia and it was almost impossible to make a decision on waste facilities siting after the mid-eighties. LEK’s story is therefore very interesting. Our analysis is based on the theoretical framework of policy analysis presented in this book. Some anthropological, discourse studies and risks society theory observations have been taken into consideration too. Data have been collected by twenty one interviews with actors and by analysis of the articles on the issue published in Slovene daily and regional newspapers as well as the minutes of important meetings. The main task of the analysis was to discover preconditions for the successful decision: successful in this case also meaning implemented.
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