Waste Management

It can be defined as the collection, transportation, and disposal of garbage, sewage, and other waste products in its most basic form. Waste management entails the treatment of both solid and liquid waste. It also provides a variety of options for recycling goods that aren't classified as garbage during the process. The processes and actions necessary to manage trash from its inception to its final disposal are referred to as waste management or waste disposal. This comprises waste collection, transportation, treatment, and disposal, as well as waste management process monitoring and control, as well as waste-related laws, technologies, and economic systems. Waste can be solid, liquid, or gaseous, with various disposal and management strategies for each. Industrial, biological, residential, municipal, organic, biomedical, and radioactive wastes are all dealt with via waste management. Waste can, in some situations, be harmful to human health. Throughout the entire waste management process, there are health concerns. Health problems can occur in a variety of ways, both indirectly and directly. Directly, through solid waste management, and indirectly, through water, soil, and food use. Plastic, paper, glass, metal, and organic garbage are some of the different types of waste. Radioactive, flammable, infectious, toxic, or non-toxic wastes may be classified according to their hazard potential. In any civilization, solid waste management is a necessary service. Solid waste is generated in a specific region as a result of industrial, residential, and commercial activity, and it can be treated in a variety of ways. Solid waste, regardless of its source, substance, or hazard potential, must be managed in a methodical manner to ensure environmental best practices. Because solid waste management is such an important part of environmental hygiene, it must be included in environmental planning.


  •     Solid waste management
  •     E- waste Management
  •     Industrial waste management
  •     Hazardous waste management
  •     Plastic waste management
  •     Industrial and hazardous waste management
  •     Radioactive waste management
  •     Agricultural waste
  •     Food waste reduction and impact on the environment
  •     Wastewater management
  •     Waste to Energy
  •     Various Methods of Waste Disposal
  •     Landfills
  •     Incineration/Combustion
  •     Plasma gasification
  •     Low Carbon Technology
  •     Composting
  •     Waste to Energy 
  •     Special Waste Disposal
  •     Natural resources management
  •     Air, soil and water pollution
  •     Reduce, reuse, recycle and recovery (4Rs)
  •     Circular Economy
  •     Advanced technologies in waste management
  •     Sludge Management
  •     Environmental Remediation
  •     Clean management technology