Oleksandr Shubalyi, Petro Kosinskyi and Vasily Golyan
Lutsk National Technical University, Department of Economics, Lutsk, Volyn region, 43018 Ukraine
Shubalyi, O., Kosinskyi, P. & Golyan, V. (2020). Economic stimulation of the development of agriculture in Ukraine due to integrated use of natural resources and waste. Bulg. J. Agric. Sci., 26 (2), 323–331
Ensuring of the integrated use of natural resources and waste based on the development of industries for their in-depth industrial recycling can solve a number of economic, environmental and social problems that have appeared in Ukraine. It is extremely important to create a system of economic stimulation of the development of industries that will work on integrated in-depth industrial recycling of available local natural resources and waste. It is defined the stimulation directions of complexity in the forestry sphere. It is designed the scheme of organization and defined the directions of economic stimulation of integrated use of land resources and waste as a precondition of development of agriculture, recycling industry and renewable energy. It is defined the possibilities and directions of economic stimulation of bioethanol production at the enterprises of the alcohol industry. It is considered the directions and economic stimuluses of complex use of Amber that will be an additional impulse for development of related branches of agriculture and recycling industry. The reactivation process of economic stimulation of agriculture and forestry, recycling industry and renewable energy development through integrated use of natural resources and waste will contribute to: increasing the level of socio-economic development of the state overall; receiving of extra income by economic entities; raising the level of financial self-sufficiency of territorial communities. It is concluded that the formation of an effective system of economic stimulation of agriculture and forestry, recycling industry and renewable energy development through the integrated use of natural resources and waste should become one of the priorities of national natural resource and industrial policy.