Discussing the waste management expectations of the futureAuthor(s):
Dr. Osama Asanousi LammaAbstract:
The MSW- municipal solid waste production has become a major challenge presently encountered by all the institutions, governments and waste managers throughout the world. In every country, the situation of solid waste management is highly deficient of innovative technology to combat the situation in several aspects. Only 61.6% MSW was collected in Brazil cities and 58.6% in South Africa was subjected to appropriate final clearance in 2018. These countries established the NPSW- National Solid Waste Policy, derived from the legislative programs formulated in all the developed countries. However, the MSW situation of the management has not properly implemented after the NPSW. The recent data indicate that, the landfill disposal and its sanitation are the only the practical ways to manage advances to MSW. Besides these expectations, even though after the 2015 economic recession, the total MSW expenditure increased by 1.96%, the results generated nationwide for the same duration as not shown substantial changes. All the country’s population increased by almost 0.86%, while the economic activities reduced by 3.93%. The entire panorama regarding MSW from waste generation to its eventual disposal has not changed considerably, because of the delay issues in NPSW implementation. The processing of recyclable materials, its collection, recycling processes, the reverse logistic application and the measured composition of MSW determination are the major subject to be evaluated and processed. Finally, there appear to be the barriers to develop an effective system of waste disposal for future management and development of MSW in every country.Pages: 105-112 | Views: 306 | Downloads: 114Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Osama Asanousi Lamma. Discussing the waste management expectations of the future. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2021;3(4):105-112.