Municipal Solid Waste Management In The City
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Srinagar, Sept. 25 -- Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) is a term used to describe a mixture of solid and semi-solid waste that has been produced as a result of various operations in residential and commercial organizations. Households, workplaces, hotels, retail establishments, schools, and other institutions all produce MSW. Food waste, paper, plastic, rags, metal, and glass make up the majority of MSW, but demolition and construction waste are frequently also included in the waste that is collected, as are small amounts of hazardous waste like old batteries, light bulbs, car parts, and chemicals and medicines that have been left lying around. With today's changing lifestyles and quick population expansion, cities across the country including...
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