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Approaches to Improving Data Quality in Municipal Solid Waste Management in New Zealand

@inproceedings{MichaelAgwuoke2017ApproachesTI,
  title={Approaches to Improving Data Quality in Municipal Solid Waste Management in New Zealand},
  author={Macbeda Uche Michael-Agwuoke},
  year={2017}
}
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Critical analysis of rural waste management weaknesses

TLDR
In order to establish a successful waste management system in rural areas, it is recommended to develop a comprehensive strategy that involves aspects such as; establishing proper waste management infrastructures, employment of skilled staff, and conducting training plans and motivational programs for staff and inhabitants.

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