Managing of Solid Waste through Public Private Partnership Model

@article{Mohan2016ManagingOS,
  title={Managing of Solid Waste through Public Private Partnership Model},
  author={Giresh Mohan and Ujjawal Kumar Sinha and M. Lal},
  journal={Procedia environmental sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={35},
  pages={158-168}
}
Abstract Solid waste management is fast becoming an insurmountable challenge across urban India, requiring urgent solutions, especially in view of rapid urbanization and inability of local urban authorities to tackle it. Saharanpur, a small city in Uttar Pradesh, represents a microcosm of most large cities and towns in India, grappling with similar challenges. With a decadal population growth of over 19% during 2001-2011, which is higher than the national growth, the city is confronted with the… Expand
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