Volume No. 3 Issue No.: 1 Page No.: 198-202 July-Sept 2008

 

MANAGEMENT OF SOLID WASTES BY ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY WAYS : AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY ON HUMAN POPULATION AT DHAR TOWN OF M.P. (INDIA)

 

Preeti Chaudhary*1 and N.K. Dhakad2

1. Department of Zoology, Govt. P.G. College, Dhar, (M.P.) (INDIA)
2. Govt. Holkar Sceince College, Indore (INDIA)

 

Received on : April 11, 2008

 

ABSTRACT

 

Large quantity of solid wastes is produced in both urban and rural areas and they are to be disposing safely to preserve any harmful environmental impacts. In this study only the management of solid organic wastes is taken in to account, while metallic and glass wastes are not taken into account. Biodegradable wastes can be composed by any method e.g. recycling and vermicomposting. Solid sludge can also be anaerobically digest in biogas plant where biogas, methane are used as fuel and remaining solid is used for landfills or dispensed in to fields. Hospital wastes must be disposed carefully often sterilization or incineration. Domestic wastes in urban and rural areas like glass, plastic and polythene wastes managed separately in a manner which has no harmful environmental impact, and they should not be burn. The present study conducted in Dhar town of M.P. (India) through this paper. An attempt’S is made on the measures of exposures and their related health effects on the population living around such slumps. The morbidity effects due to such exposures are also detailed find out the consequences on health.

 

Keywords : Solid waste, Management, Morbidity, Recycling, Vermicomposting.

 

 

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