Waste Management

Waste management is the precise name for the gathering, transportation, disposal or recycling and monitoring of waste. This term is given to the material, waste material that is produced through human being activity. This material is managed to avoid its harmful effect over human health and environment. Most of the time, waste is managed to get resources from it. The waste to be managed contains all forms of matter i.e. gaseous, liquid, solid and radioactive matter. The technique for the management of waste may differ for developed and developing nations. For urban and rural populations, industrial and residential zones it does differ as well. The management of waste in metropolitan and rural areas is general responsibility of the native government. While the waste that is produced by the industries is managed by the industry itself, in case it is non-hazardous.

  • Types of waste management
  • Principles of waste management
  • Types of wastes
  • Recycling and reuse
  • Resource efficiency
  • International waste movement
  • Pollution discharge controls

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