The Importance Of Waste Management

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Waste management have some basic parts which are give help for reducing the wastes such as movement of waste, sustainability in waste environment, to reduce waste and dispose the material in different ways are explained below:- a) Waste Movement Waste movement is defined as how we can change in the industry according to waste control by using some methods. Waste movement is compulsory for all industries and other where we look the waste in small workshops and domestic areas. While waste transport within a given country falls under national regulations, trans-boundary movement of waste is often subject to international treaties. A major concern to many countries in the world has been hazardous waste. The provisions of the Basel convention have…show more content…
Preventive Method include reuse of second-hand products, broken items instead of buying new, designing products to be reusable, encouraging consumers to avoid using disposable products, removing any food/liquid remains from cans and packaging and designing products that use less material to achieve the same purpose. Waste reduction is the preferred approach to waste management because waste that never gets created doesn't have waste management costs. Waste reduction example is reducing unwanted package material from manufactured products and produce. If this excess packaging could be avoided, no one would have to be concerned with the cost and effort of collecting the excess packaging, separating it for recycling, breaking it down, transporting it to manufacturers and then integrating the recycled materials back into the manufacturing process. These types of WM for applying the Waste Reduction procedure at each stage separately as according to below sequence:- 1. Recognize the waste 2. Identify the…show more content…
Few difficulties are shown below. a. Poor management b. Less area c. Rural areas d. Lack of responsibility e. Poor maintenance f. Lack of skills g. Lack of planning h. Lack of money i. Improper methods used j. Miscellaneous etc. V. Benefits There is an opportunity to reap a range of benefits of waste management. Those benefits include: ∑ Improving economic efficiency resources such as use, disposal, treatment and creating markets. ∑ Quality of products produced. ∑ Eliminating waste generation makes it easier to meet targets of environmental regulations, policies, etc. ∑ By reducing adverse impacts on health by proper waste management practices the resulting are more settlements. ∑ Waste minimization can achieve more output of product per unit of input of raw materials. ∑ Eliminating impacts on the environmental through 3R and minimizing resource. ∑ Following effective waste management practices can provide subsequent generation’s robust economy. ∑ More efficient use of products of a company. ∑ The environmental profile of a company is an important part of its overall

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