Sustainable Domestic Waste Management in India
Ankit Ramesh wasnik, Sayali Shinde, Muzammil Bepari
India, Waste, Environment, Domestic.
Waste and their management become a big challenge in front of the developed and developing countries. The current environment challenge associated waste generation and inadequate waste collection treatment. Waste management is of censorious concern and needs attention on it to reduce the impact of it on the environment. These waste are get classify in the different way on the basis of from which sector it is generated such as Industrial, Commercial or domestic level of waste, and again these are sub classified into wet, dry, solid etc. The current system of India is insufficient for the cope of the waste generated from all the sectors of the country. Therefore India becomes a largest waste contributor in the world. India processed half of solid waste generated from the different sectors. And some of the solid wastes can be used again either by recycling or reusing. Therefore inefficient in segregation and recycling of the waste generated by the different sector. Many startups are coming up with innovative ideas to manage waste. In this paper we will discuss about advance technology and segregation, dry and wet waste in domestic level to overbear the health or environmental impacts.
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Unique Paper ID: 150155

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 3

Page(s): 115 - 118
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