WASTE SEGREGATION FOR SUFFICIENT AVAILABILITY OF VITAL MATERIALS
Author(s):
C ARUN PRASATH, S.MOWNIKA, K.PRATHEESHA, T.PREETHI, P.SHALINI
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Abstract
Despite the numerous emerging techniques that arise for solid waste management, land filling is still the most prevalent approach in the northeastern area of Illinois. Creation and closure of landfills may present potential groundwater threat due to leach ate intake, and air quality due to released gases. Although proper care and monitoring is sustained for a relatively long period of time (30 years), this may result in a danger to public health. Such administration, if inaccurate, is inefficient and potentially risky. The statistics gathered indicate that the overall proportion of refuse induced by food and vegetable scraps, the percentage of the reuse caused by food and vegetable scraps, the second highest was paper and the third highest was inert material. There was a higher proportion of disposable carry bags, where glass, ceramics and metals were nearly equal to one another. Since there is a manual separation plate type of solid waste at the dumping site in villages, it is the most effective way to obtain the recovery and reuse of materials such as metal, plastic, glass and rubber etc. Framework should be based on rules on environmental protection (reduction, recycling, reuse, and recovery). Annual report of addition of the strategies for collection of solid waste shall have to be formulated. Provision of litter bins at public places shall be made and there will compulsory segregation at all the sources.
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Unique Paper ID: 158057

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 8

Page(s): 834 - 838
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