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2022, Vol. 4, Issue 3, Part B

Solid waster management plan in Haryana: (Special reference on Bahadurgarh city)


Author(s): Amandeep Gahlawat

Abstract: Human actions generate waste materials that are often cast-off because they are considered useless. These wastes are usually solid, and the word waste suggests that the material in useless and unwanted. However, many of these waste materials can be reprocessed, and thus they can be converted in a resource for some industrial production or energy function, if managed properly. Historically, management of solid waste has been an engineering function. It is associated to the development of a technological society, which, along with the benefits of mass production, has also created problems that necessitate the disposal of solid wastes (George T. and Frank K, 2002). Waste management has become enormous amount of waste, and maximum people want to preserve their life style, while also shielding the environment and public health. State legislatures are searching for means to reduce the mounting amount of waste that Indian homes and businesses through away and to reuse it or dispose of it safety and economically.
Recently, government has come forward with various rules and regulations dealing with solid waste management and other agenda related to the same in urban centres. Various programmes and schemes have been started by the government of India. Swachha Bharat is an example of such schemes in which the government awards rank to the villages and municipalities throughout the country and these ranks are being assigned on the basis of cleanliness. Indore city of Madhya Pradesh has bagged the tittle of ‘India’s Cleanest City’, fourth time in a row in Swachh Survekshan League 2020. Every year, prior to Mahatma Gandhi birthday, cleanliness drive of two weeks is carried out in all the government and private institutions across the country.


DOI: 10.33545/27068919.2022.v4.i3b.842

Pages: 138-142 | Views: 80 | Downloads: 22

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Amandeep Gahlawat. Solid waster management plan in Haryana: (Special reference on Bahadurgarh city). Int J Adv Acad Stud 2022;4(3):138-142. DOI: 10.33545/27068919.2022.v4.i3b.842
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