On SlideShare. Hazardous Wastes, c. Industrial Wastes, d. Agricultural Wastes, e. Bio-medical Wastes, f. Waste Minimization. 2,866 Comments. IV Project (Electronics Engineering) Faculty of Technology and Engineering. Bio-medical waste: According to Bio-Medical Waste (Management and Handling) Rules, 1998 of India, “Bio-medical waste” means any waste, which is generated during the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of human-beings or animals, or in research activities pertaining … Solid waste management is an integral part of the environmental domain of any region. 3. 0 Number of Embeds. Environment protection act, 1986 Hazardous waste rule 1989 Bio-medical waste rule 1998 Municipal solid waste rule 2000 Waste management act 1996 Solid waste policy in India 2006 43. Solid waste generation, sources, effects and its management. No notes for slide. Solid waste disposal and management includes planning, administrative, financial, engineering and legal functions. This model is based on 4Rs-reduce, reuse, recycle and resource, and focuses on the three basic principles which Effective management of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) is an essential function of the city municipal corporation. 0. 1. SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT. Solid waste collection by government owned and operated services in Pakistan's cities currently averages only 50 percent of waste quantities generated however, for cities to be relatively clean, at least 75 percent of these quantities should be collected.
3 Embeds 0. Solid waste generation, sources, effects and its management. Shares.