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    a work of art, but realized that the landfill imposes a lot of danger to us and our environment. Methods such as burying, burning, and using trash as energy supply has been tested to reduce the amount of trash in landfills. Companies such as Waste Management Inc. (largest trash company) was responsible for dealing with trash and landfills, but failed to emphasize recycling and reusable materials, which increased our landfills. Many suggested power plants and moving our trash to other locations by

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    A MID SEMESTER REPORT ON AN OVERVIEW OF WASTE MANAGEMENT BY PANDIT HARSH 2010A4PS176U AT Lucy Switchgear FZE Dubai, UAE A Practice School – II station of BITS PILANI, DUBAI CAMPUS Dubai International Academic City, Dubai UAE (AUGUST 2013– JANUARY 2014) A MID SEMESTER REPORT ON An overview of waste management BY Pandit Harsh 2010A4PS176U Mechanical engineering Prepared in Partial Fulfillment of the Practice School

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    Waste Management

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    Municipal waste is disposed of in three different ways. As of 2004 it is estimated that 71 percent is land filled, 16 percent incinerated, and 13 percent recycled. Other wastes that have to be disposed of are nuclear and hazardous wastes. The environmental effects of different waste management solutions will be discussed as well as ideal ways, in my opinion, to dispose of different forms of solid wastes. Landfills are the most commonly used form of disposing wastes today. It is also a form

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    Solid Waste Management

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    Solid waste management Introduction to solid waste management Solid waste is the unwanted or useless solid materials generated from combined residential, industrial and commercial activities in a given area. It may be categorised according to its origin (domestic, industrial, commercial, construction or institutional); according to its contents (organic material, glass, metal, plastic paper etc); or according to hazard potential (toxic, non-toxin, flammable, radioactive, infectious etc). Management

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    unintentionally destroy Waste Management by reducing and recycling the amount of waste. There is a disconnection between the people and Waste Management. Even though Waste Management has more landfill capacity than others, no one wants to increase its wasteland profit. The business environment and sociocultural have changed. The changing environment and the trend analysis has supported the idea of many companies choosing the zero-waste route. This will therefore reduce revenues for Waste Management, creating an

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    (2006).The example from the EXNORA’s waste management scheme in south India is one more very good example.EXNORA which is an acronym for ‘‘EXcellent NOvel RAdical’’ is an NGO which is based on the zero waste management setup, and which is run and enhanced by the residents themselves. The study has been quoted successful widely and various studies have been carried out regarding this. In Chennai and Hyderabad various residential areas have attained the zero waste goal. Though the success is limited

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    As our global population continues on a steady rise so does our product consumption, which naturally leads to an increase in waste production. The vast amount of waste that we are manufacturing ultimately lands up in our oceans, lakes, rivers, alley ways, backyards and parks creating what are known as garbage towns. This would introduce health risks to individuals and the community as a whole. These risks could also include exposure to dangerous chemicals that poses detrimental effects on the environment

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    Waste Control Being able to address environmental issues can save the world. One of the many environmental issues that are occurring every day is waste management. Waste can be categorized by things humans have no use for (Carolan, 2017). With the world being at such a large population, waste will continue to grow. Without there being a direct and or safe form to remove waste from the planet, problems will continue to arise. Since there is a social context of being able to remove human waste, nobody

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    Waste Management, Inc.

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    Company Overview Waste Management, Inc. (NYSE:WM) is the leading provider of comprehensive Waste Management and environmental services in North America. It is established in 1971 and headquartered in Houston, Texas. In 2014, its total number of employees reached up 42,700 with a revenue of $ 13.99 Billion (Wikipedia 2015). The company provides private and commercial waste services, including collection, transfer, recycling and resource recovery, and disposal services. Sustainability Practices:

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    Waste has been around for thousands of years, yet it still remains an issue today for countries to collect and dispose of waste effectively (Samah 1810). Managing waste has become a larger issue recently than it was in years past due to an increase of the world population. As a result of poor waste management, several issues have risen. Current methods of waste disposal, such as incinerators and landfills, have several downfalls associated with them due to the pollution these methods of disposal

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