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Title: Challenges and Responsibilities in Successful Management of Municipal Solid Wastes in India
Authors: SANNIGRAHI, A K
Keywords: Mechanical Composting
Municipal solid wastes
Solid waste management rules
Vermicomposting
Waste to energy
Issue Date: 5-Sep-2016
Publisher: Chitkara University Publications
Abstract: Management of Municipal Solid wastes (MSW) is a genuine problem to all Municipal Corporations irrespective to their size, population or financial condition in India. Scientific technologies are available for pollution free hygienic disposal of all biodegradable solid wastes by converting them to good quality compost and also for systematic recycling of non-biodegradable wastes for their beneficial utilization. Machineries are also available for converting Municipal solid wastes to energy for partial fulfillment of highly demanded electricity. But still all Municipal Corporation in India mainly depend on old open dumping of solid wastes in some low lying dump-yards creating known environmental pollution hazards.
URI: http://dspace.chitkara.edu.in/xmlui/handle/1/895
http://hdl.handle.net/1/895
ISSN: Print 2349-7564
Online 2349-7769
Appears in Collections:JCE Volume 3 Number 1 (September - 2016)

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