Paper on Waste Management Policies

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Running head: HAZARD WASTE MANAGEMENTHazard Waste ManagementName of the StudentName of UniversityAuthor Noted
2HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENTIntroduction:This paper is going to illustrate the methods and challenges of waste managementpolicies with special focus on the northern India. India being the second most populated countryin the world has been experiencing certain challenges in terms of clearing the waste materials inthe urban areas. Northern India is considered to be the densest region of the country in terms ofurban population. This has entailed the emission of waste materials from different sources ofindustrial areas. As a matter of fact, this has been taken into certain consideration pertaining tothe effective waste management system. This report thus looks in to illustrated analysis ofmunicipal waste management system which correlates the economic development managementof the city areas as well. The population of the country has touched 1.23 billion that is morethan 17.5 % of the world population. Taking the growing rate of such population in to accountthe waste management system is devised with proper planning. Due to shortage of land in thecity areas, the waste management has been facing severe challenges (, 2017).Profile of the Selected Region:Since many of the Indian cities have been facing and undergoing serious issues pertainingto the management of solid wastes, the need of strategic planning has been taken into seriousconcern. As detected during the process, it can be taken into certain understanding of the entirecase in terms of creating the basic changes in the entire conceptual understanding of theenvironmental issues (Blackman Jr, 2016).According to the ministry of Environment and Forest Government of India the wastemanagement system was enacted in 1989 the provision of environmental act provided a
3HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENTconceptual identification of solid Semi solid and mainly solid waste materials and the sourceswere identified as the industrial sources (Kalyani & Pandey, 2014).The objective of this paper is to find out the rules in the Northern India especially thesurroundings of Delhi pertaining to the characteristics of. Delhi being the national capital andone of the densest cities in the country has been target has the most significant in terms of wastemanagement system. Delhi has been highly significant because of its surroundings. Cities likeAgra, Gurgaon, Allahabad, Lucknow, Noida and so on are industrial ones. Because ofcontinuous production and emission of solid waste the cities are filled with intoxicatingmaterials. This is how the dwelling structure of the urban areas is affected (LaGrega,Buckingham & Evans, 2010).Hazardous waste generation and physical characteristics:Hazardous waste management system includes the concept of disasters- both natural andhuman made. Natural disasters can be exemplified as avalanches, cyclones, jobs, earthquakesand so on. On the other hand technological disasters cause environmental disasters, findexpressions; on the other hand technological disasters cause environmental disasters, fire andexplosion, accidents and Dam failures (Luthra, Mangla & Kharb, 2015). The growing concern onthe earth pertaining to the hazards and disasters and pollutions as arranged a matter of seriousstudy for The Scholars. Hazardous waste or HW can be categorized into four forms. These areI.Solid wastesII.Liquid wastesIII.Gaseous wasteIV.Sludge waste
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