A Review on household solid waste management Practices and their impact on air, soil and land
Dr V Vijaya Lakshmi
Household waste management, segregation, burning, collection, disposal practices
Most of the developed countries recognized that solid waste management is very crucial for survival. It has been observed that with increasing population growth, urbanization, and industrialization there is a generation of large quantity of household waste. Waste management is very poor and household solid wastes are commonly dumped along roadsides and into open areas, attracting infectious diseases creating serious health and environmental consequences like air, water and land pollution. This paper is a presentation of review on household waste management practices like segregation, burning, disposal practices impacts on air, water and land bodies. The needs of proper waste management, ill effects of improper handling of waste, various issues raised in previous studies are mentioned in the paper. It was noted that proper waste management should be adopted by segregation, disposal and proper waste collection system, so that impact of waste can be minimised on air, water and land with improvement in quality of life.
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Unique Paper ID: 164244

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 363 - 369
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