Solid Waste System And Management


If your town doesn’t have effective systems in place for managing its solid waste, you and your family might be at risk of exposure to the harmful effects that this garbage can have. You may safeguard your loved ones and the environment by disposing of garbage in an eco-friendly manner. This means that your kids and grandkids may enjoy the outdoors in safety. A city with a population that recognises the significance of environmental protection may work together towards that goal. Since this is important not only for you but for future generations as well. The word “solid waste management” refers to a wide range of activities, such as those involved in planning, administration, finance, engineering, and law. Public health, political science, urban planning, sociology, geography, communication, economics, demography, conservation, engineering, and the material sciences may all need to work together to find a solution. It’s important to note that residential as well as industrial producers, urban and rural locations, developed and developing countries, and each of them has its distinct approaches to managing solid waste. In heavily populated regions, non-hazardous trash must be handled by local governments. However, hazardous wastes are often handled by the producers themselves following regional, national, and even worldwide regulations. To encourage economic growth and good quality of life, effective solid waste management seeks to reduce and eventually eliminate the negative impacts that waste products have on human health and the natural environment. To keep expenses down and avoid a mountain of trash, this must be done as effectively as possible.
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Dr. Devendra Kumar Solanki, Dr. Suresh B, Mrs. Madhu Jalaki, Dr. Gurumurthy H

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