Importance Of Solid Waste

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Mankind activities such as domestic, commercial, industrial, healthcare, and agriculture will generate solid waste. The quantity and nature of waste are distinct with the level of technological development in a country (Garg, 2002). Solid waste is also defined as all waste resulting from the activities of humans and animals that are usually solid and discarded as useless or unwanted (Tchobanoglous et al, 1993). Solid wastes also refer to liquids and gases in containers in technical terms. If the waste is not managed well, they can have adverse effects on the environment and public health arising from oilwater pollution and air pollution through the spread of vector-borne disease in the remaining life (Garg, 2002). The relationship between public…show more content…
Less public cooperation, siege and checkpoints around Palestinian cities, towns, villages and camps by the Israeli authorities for days, weeks, and months, and inability to collect solid waste collection waste because the curfew established by the Israeli authorities, and the lack of cooperation from the public, is a major obstacle to effective management of solid waste, and increase the potential for health…show more content…
Waste services are the responsibility of the Constitution local governments, municipalities and are the main interface between the public and governments around waste management. The objective of Goal 2 is to gradually expand access to at least basic levels of waste services, and to ensure that waste that cannot be reused, recycled or disposed of safely recovering at authorized disposal sites properly. These objectives address the backlog of history and inequalities in access to waste services, and improve the quality of life for the whole community by providing a cleaner place to work and
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