MSWM in Bhopal city: a critical analysis and a roadmap for its sustainable management

  title={MSWM in Bhopal city: a critical analysis and a roadmap for its sustainable management},
  author={Rajeev Singh Parihar and Sirajuddin Ahmed and Prashant V. Baredar and Anil Sharma and T. Ravi Kiran},
  journal={Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Municipal Engineer},
The rapid population growth and an increase in the living standard of inhabitants have caused insurmountable problems to the municipal solid waste management (MSWM) of Bhopal city. The city generat... 

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