Solid waste management is considered to be one of the most serious environmental issues confronting urban areas in developing countries D. Premakumara, M. Surabaya focused on promoting compositing of organic waste, which has the average daily amount of 1, tonnes before , which then decreased to 1, tonnes in , then even lower in at 1, tonnes. They introduced separation and reduction activities within individual practices, such as household habitual changes, community based collections, etc. By establishing Integrated Sustainable Waste Management ISWM , Surabaya shows just how possible it is to reduce a large quantity of waste in a short time, as well as having a limited budget to start. Many cities, including Surabaya, integrated the basic management system, which is the 3R Reduce, Reuse, Recycle , as a main stand point to encourage waste reduction, however, it has not been completely effective.
Solid Waste Management Literature Review
POST C: ORGANIC WASTE DISPOSAL LITERATURE REVIEW – Wealth From Waste
Metrics details. Waste poses a threat to public health and the environment if it is not stored, collected, and disposed of properly. The perception of waste as an unwanted material with no intrinsic value has dominated attitudes towards disposal. This study investigates the domestic waste practices, waste disposal, and perceptions about waste and health in an urban community. The study utilised a mixed-method approach. A cross-sectional survey questionnaire and in-depth interview were used to collect data. A total of household heads were interviewed in the survey and six key informants were interviewed with the in-depth interviews.
Literature Review Of Plastic Pollution
Archives of Public Health volume 74 , Article number: 55 Cite this article. Metrics details. The increase in solid waste generated per capita in Africa has not been accompanied by a commensurate growth in the capacity and funding to manage it.
From the water they drink to the water they use to wash their clothes, all of it has harsh chemicals in it. Thus, it has resulted in people recycling electronic waste to get money. It includes computers, consumer electronics, fridges etc which have been disposed of by their original users.