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Proper waste disposal

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    • Proper waste disposalGoal.. With increasing population and industrialization waste management isbecoming a severe problem around the world. Propermeans of waste disposal is critical the publicHealth andenvironment, goal is to helps to maintain a cleanerenvironment andreduces the chances of spendingdiseases. Proper waste disposal also reduces theprobability of contamination of soil and ground water,we want to teach the people, how to protect ourenvironment and our nationObjectives..These are the ff, objectives of proper waste management: to ensure the protection of the environment through effective waste management measures. Increase number of job with in waste service, recycling and recovery sector. Increase reuse and recycling rates and products. Encourage waste to energy options Ensure the design and manufacture of product that avoid or minimize waste generation. Increase consumer awareness of waste minimization issues. Ensure an efficient and effective solid waste management. Reduce the percentage of recycleable material to landfill..
    • Mission:Were choose this topic to communicate to peoplewho do not know the proper ways of throwing wastesor do not know the right ways, same as separating thenon -biodegradable and tell them to how is theimportant n wastes. if we open our mind to thisproblem this is not just or simple problem of ourcommunity or our country were planning to havesome project or simple steps to do have solutions andinformation about wastes and to pursue others tocooperate in this project or participate, so that allpeople concern in this project and participates toshop those calamities and make our nature or countrybecome unpolluted and less destructions and also tohelp those student to known how waste managementis important to our environment..INTRODUCTION This report or case study aims to discuss and to enrich the reader’s knowledge on the proper waste management .this case study can help you to clean our surrounding in this activity.we are doing to change in taking place in the social and economic status, to help maintain a disposal of waste or proper waste management about segregation the non-Biodegradable and Biodegradable in the school even the outside of the classroom, learning this case study is not only for learning proper segregation but to discipline ourself in proper disposal of garbage.Being student we are going to applied this activity to ourself to manufacture the great
    • variety or material that we use in our homes,school and etc.This growth and development has created a community health problem.this activity is not only about the case study that you will defined ,how to make it,its also the cleanliness to our environment as much will depend on the willingness of the individual or group to assume they own responsibility for the cleanliness and promote the maintenancethen it can be properly e of waste management In fact we are hoping that the youth of this generation is nation to build a positive leadership to promote a cleanliness in all aspect of community development.The information gathered here is vital as it provides a culture of awareness to everyone on how wastewater is disposed of. Wastewater comes from everywhere; from our residences to our workplaces, even public places,,so our case study it’s a real knowledge ,who you consciously use it, what you learned and promote a better health,bettercleanliness ,better community life society as well as we apply our knowledge of this activity.. TO PRESERVE AND PROCTECT OUR ENVIRONMENT
    • 1.2 PURPOSE OF THE STUDYThe primary objective of the study is to analyze and document the community based successful solid waste management project that resulted from the community management approaches in the urban low-income settlement area, in accordance with UWEP aim of generating additional information on waste management. The study further aims to determine the characteristics that has contributed to the success of the project. Furthermore it attempts- toexamine the special community management approaches of the project that contributed towards a success of a project.- to find out possibility of generating additional employment in waste handling and recycling through small and micro enterprises.- to find out socioeconomic benefits of the project.- to focus on five dimensions related to solid waste management that are society/culture, economics, environment, technology and organizations / institutions- to determine to what degree does community participation contribute to effectivewaste management.
    • DEFINITION OF TERMSIn the course of presenting the case study some terms that are not commonly used and some that assume a meaning peculiar to the local area or country discussed to avoid ambiguity. These words are listed below with the sense they are used.Solid Waste Management - refers to the collection, transportation, treatment , final disposal and recycling of solid wastes.Proper Waste Handling - means the actual waste which is produced by users by industries and which should be collected properly and carefully transported to an appropriate treatment plant in such a way that it is not hazardous to health and environment.Community - A community consists of people living together in some form of social organization and cohesion. Its member share in varying degrees of political, economic, social and cultural characteristic as well as interest.
    • Community Participation - is the process by which individuals and families assume responsibility for their own health and welfare and for those of community and develop the capacity to contribute to theirs and the community development. They come to know their own situation better and are motivated to solve their common problems. This enables them to become agents of their own development instead of positive beneficiaries of development aid.Recycling - is the process of collecting and preparing reclyable materials and reusing the materials in their original form or using them in manufacturing processes that do not cause the destruction of reliable materials in a manner that precludes further use. Yard waste composting also be added to the above definition.