A Study of Solid Waste Management in Indore and a Potential Solution to Treat Incineration Bound Waste
Dhruv Jain, Hardik Derashri , Harsh Jain
Gasification, syngas, incineration, waste management system.
Waste management is a big concern in the modern world. There are several factors which are affecting it like population, carelessness of people and government, lack of solutions, etc. But a city that has set an example for the whole world in managing the waste is Indore. Its waste management model has been very successful till now but still, some loopholes are indirectly affecting our environment and in turn our lives. All waste cannot be recycled and reused. That waste either goes to landfills or to cement industries where it is incinerated. Incineration might seem a good idea initially but it too has its major drawbacks. Gasification of incineration-bound waste could be a sustainable and long-term solution for extracting energy from this waste without harming the environment. This study discusses the prospect of incorporating this technology in the present Waste management model of Indore and how it can become a good solution for taking the life out of the waste which otherwise would have lived for thousands of years.
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Unique Paper ID: 155789

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

Page(s): 1918 - 1922
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