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    finally piles up as solid waste generating unwanted toxicity affecting Mother Earth and her environment. A quote of British author and playwright, Diane Samuels flashes in mind, “You mustn’t throw them away. Let me have them.” So, the solution is reuse and recycle. Let’s see how. Benefit of Recycled Waste Firstly, the biodegradable waste needs to be segregated from the non-biodegradable ones. The further steps discussed here is taken forward with the biodegradable waste which if dumped in landfills

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    Food Waste

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    feeding families, but providing others with resources. However, there are many solutions people could do in order to prevent food going to waste. In order to reduce food waste, individuals must shop wisely because they would only be eating what they bought and no food would be spoiled or thrown away. There are many solutions you can do in preventing food to go to waste. For instance, you can shop wisely when going food shopping. Shopping wisely can prevent food from being spoiled. When you shop wisely

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    than human being themselves and increasing waste due to urbanization and industrialization. Nepal being an underdeveloped country has witnessed drastic but unplanned urbanization in the last decade. The current urban population is touching about 16% of the total population of our country, and according to estimates by the social specialist, it will grow up to 24% by the next decade (JICA, 2005). Despite of different negative effect unmanaged solid waste is the worst effect of urbanization responsible

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    Landfill Essay

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    people could distinguish themselves. Landfills were required to dispose of the increasing waste households produced. The traditional landfills built during the 1970s had no engineering or lining preparation and toxic leachates were discovered to have implications leading to ground water and surface water contamination. Although the type of waste being disposed would not be as polluting as the modern types of waste which has become more toxic with chemicals, rubber, heavy metals, toxic materials found

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    Tourism Planning

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    (2) Forestry waste resources Forestry waste resources mainly refers to the forest growth and forest production process of waste, and scattered timber thinning operations, residual branches, leaves and wood chips, etc.; timber harvesting and processed process produces the branches, sawdust, wood chips, skin and wearing a top plate; forestry by-products of waste resource if the shells and stones and so on. Forest resources in china's rural energy plays an important role, around 1980 rural consumption

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    Solid waste: Solid waste basically contains paper, plastic, food, yard waste, flower, leaves etc. Out of these “Nirmalya waste” is used in present study, it mainly consist of different types of floral offering and leaves. The nirmalya waste was collected from “Ganesh Tekadi” Nagpur. Generally 500 kg of nirmalya waste are generated daily. In this study total 6400 gm waste was collected and divided into two bins containing 3200 gm of nirmalya waste in each bin. Initial analysis of that solid waste was

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    SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN TURKEY IN TERMS OF GEOGRAPHICAL REGIONS As is seen in every country, economical factors form the basis of the relationship between the population and environment in Turkey. The conditions obliged by the economical development give rise to the demographical activities such as rapid population growth, high fertility, high dependence rates, and migration from villages to the cities. The relationship between the population and the environment in Turkey has been taken on in

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    Wikipedia) Actual situation of Waste management in Mumbai : Mumbai is the capital of Maharashtra State and the financial capital of the country. The city, once a leading industrial centre has now become a tertiary economy, with just

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    Does America have a Throw Away Society?

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    ready-to-use package to avoid the burden of preparing it themselves. But these millions of disposable bags, disposable bottles, and disposable cups add up to be a whole mess of trash. Throw Away Societies Generate High Amounts of Disposable Products and Waste Last year, America generated 250 million tons of trash, approximately 4.43 pounds of trash per person per day. For comparison’s sake, this much trash is equivalent to 125 million elephants, 1.5 billion burly offensive linemen, or 500 billion pounds

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    Since the Canary Islands are dependent on foreign energy, landfills offer the possibility of generating power and in some way enhance the waste stored in the cells. The organic waste disposed in a landfill undergoes biological degradation during which landfill gas is generated, which consists primarily of methane (50-70 %), carbon dioxide (20-50 %), nitrogen (4-20 %), water vapor, hydrogen sulphide and organic halogen compounds and organosulphur. Methane has a lower heating value (LHV) of about 8900

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