Sustainability of Modern Scientific Waste Compacting Stations in the City of Kolkata

@inproceedings{Baidya2016SustainabilityOM,
  title={Sustainability of Modern Scientific Waste Compacting Stations in the City of Kolkata},
  author={Rahul Baidya and Biswajit Debnath and Debashre De and Sadhan Kumar Ghosh},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract Kolkata is one of oldest and largest metropolitan city in eastern part of India with population of 4,486,679 and population density of 24252 per km 2 . The city of Kolkata generates almost 5500 ton of municipal solid waste (MSW) per day. The waste of the city is maintained by Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) and around 80% of this waste is collected by corporation waste management system KMC has introduced the Modern Scientific Waste Compacting Stations (MSWCS) under the Clean City… CONTINUE READING

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