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Presented to :
Dr.Eng.Mojammel Hoque
Associate professor of
FBA.USTC
Presented by:
Omar Faruq
rana
Roll :1120
Group :keen
...
Executive summary
 The Japanese,through a combination of
public policy,private market condition,and
geographic necessity,...
Change the role of the
municipality of shanghai from
being a service provider to being
a service regulator and facilitato...
These are the following methods for disposal of the solid
waste.
• LAND FILLS
• INCINERATION
• BIOLOGICAL REPROCESSING
• R...
LAND FILL
 It is the most traditional method of waste
disposal.
 Waste is directly dumped into disused quarries,
mining ...
Advantages:
• Landfill site is a cheap waste
disposal option for the local
council.
• Jobs will be created for local
peopl...
OCEAN DUMPING
 Ocean dumping is the dumping or placing of
materials in the ocean, often on the continental
shelf.
 A wid...
Advantages:
• Convenient
• Inexpensive
• Source of nutrients for fishes and
marine mammals.
• Vast amount of space is avai...
BIOLOGICAL PROCESSING
 Materials such as plants, food scraps, and paper
products can be decomposed into the organic
matte...
RECYCLING PROCESS
• COLLECTION: The first step required for
recycling is collecting recyclable materials from
communities....
MANUFACTURING: It is the
third step in the recycling
process. The collected
material is sent to
industries those convert
t...
Material Recovery Facilities
MRF Garbage Operation Flow Chart
• When the garbage truck
arrived at the MRF, all
residual waste,
recyclables and special
wastes, weighed and
recorded for
...
The garbage collection
trucks at the material recovery
facility, were ready for the collection
in any routing schedule at ...
 developing
environmentally friendly
methods of handling
garbage
 Inter government
cooperation
 Improve regional
cooper...
Project start
date
Research proposal of solid waste management
Research proposal of solid waste management
Research proposal of solid waste management
Research proposal of solid waste management
Research proposal of solid waste management
Research proposal of solid waste management
Research proposal of solid waste management
Research proposal of solid waste management
Research proposal of solid waste management
Research proposal of solid waste management
Research proposal of solid waste management
Research proposal of solid waste management
Research proposal of solid waste management
Research proposal of solid waste management
Research proposal of solid waste management
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  1. 1. Presented to : Dr.Eng.Mojammel Hoque Associate professor of FBA.USTC Presented by: Omar Faruq rana Roll :1120 Group :keen Topic:Research proposal of solid waste managment
  2. 2. Executive summary  The Japanese,through a combination of public policy,private market condition,and geographic necessity, practice integrated municipal solid waste management,difined in the u.s EPA decision makers guide to solid waste management as:  A practice of using several alternative waste management techniques to manage and dispose of specific components of the municipal solid waste stream.waste management alternatives include source reduction,recycling,composting,energy recovery,and landfilling.
  3. 3. Change the role of the municipality of shanghai from being a service provider to being a service regulator and facilitator by transferring the responsibility for supplying collection,treatment and disposal services to social capital participating organigation. Objective
  4. 4. These are the following methods for disposal of the solid waste. • LAND FILLS • INCINERATION • BIOLOGICAL REPROCESSING • RECYCLING • OCEAN DUMPING • PLASMA GASIFICATION Methods of Disposal
  5. 5. LAND FILL  It is the most traditional method of waste disposal.  Waste is directly dumped into disused quarries, mining voids or borrow pits.  Disposed waste is compacted and covered with soil to prevent vermin and wind-blown litter. Methods of Disposal
  6. 6. Advantages: • Landfill site is a cheap waste disposal option for the local council. • Jobs will be created for local people. • Lots of different types of waste can be disposed of by landfill in comparison to other waste disposal methods. • The gases given off by the landfill site could be collected and used for generating power. Disadvantages: • Dangerous gases are given off from landfill sites that cause local air pollution and contribute to global warming. • Local streams could become polluted with toxins seeping through the ground from the landfill site. • Once the site has been filled it might not be able to be used for redevelopment as it might be too polluted. Methods of Disposal
  7. 7. OCEAN DUMPING  Ocean dumping is the dumping or placing of materials in the ocean, often on the continental shelf.  A wide range of materials is involved, including garbage, construction and demolition debris, sewage sludge, dredge material, waste chemicals, and nuclear waste.  Sometime hazardous and nuclear waste are also disposed but these are highly dangerous for aquatic life and human life also. Methods of Disposal
  8. 8. Advantages: • Convenient • Inexpensive • Source of nutrients for fishes and marine mammals. • Vast amount of space is available. • All type of wastes are disposed Disadvantages: • There are three main direct public health risks from ocean dumping: (1) occupational accidents, injuries, and exposures (2) exposure of the public to hazardous or toxic materials washed up on beach sand. (3) human consumption of marine organisms that have been contaminated by ocean disposal • Highly dangerous for aquatic life.
  9. 9. BIOLOGICAL PROCESSING  Materials such as plants, food scraps, and paper products can be decomposed into the organic matter.  The organic matter that is produced from this type of recycling can then be used for such things as landscaping purpose or agricultural uses.  Usually this method of recycling is done by putting the materials in a container and let to stay there until it decomposes. Methods of Disposal
  10. 10. RECYCLING PROCESS • COLLECTION: The first step required for recycling is collecting recyclable materials from communities. Today many major cities and larger communities offer a curbside pick up service for recyclable materials. • SORTING: The second step involves processing the recyclable materials. This includes sorting the materials into groups, cleaning them and getting them ready to be sold to manufacturers who will turn the materials into new products. Methods of Disposal
  11. 11. MANUFACTURING: It is the third step in the recycling process. The collected material is sent to industries those convert them into new products. PURCHASING: The last step involves the purchasing of recycled products. When consumers purchase products that have been made with post consumer material the recycling process has been completed and then can be repeated.
  12. 12. Material Recovery Facilities MRF Garbage Operation Flow Chart
  13. 13. • When the garbage truck arrived at the MRF, all residual waste, recyclables and special wastes, weighed and recorded for Documentation purposes Material Recovery Facilities Recoding Purposes
  14. 14. The garbage collection trucks at the material recovery facility, were ready for the collection in any routing schedule at the barangay’s but a condition of “No Segregation No Collection is the policy” is implemented The SWM enforcer checked the garbage in the household one hour before arrival of the garbage truck to insure the solid wastes are properly segregated Material Recovery Facilities Collection Management
  15. 15.  developing environmentally friendly methods of handling garbage  Inter government cooperation  Improve regional cooperation  Reduce the volume of the solid waste stream  Promoting public/private partnerships
  16. 16. Project start date

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