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Temple Waste Utilization and Management : A Review

@inproceedings{Yadav2015TempleWU,
  title={Temple Waste Utilization and Management : A Review},
  author={I.S.P. Yadav and S. K. Juneja and S. Chauhan},
  year={2015}
}
In India, worshiping is the way of living and people offer various offerings to the deities which mainly consist of flowers, leaves, fruits, coconuts, clothes etc. out of which floral offerings are found in huge quantity. Thus, temple waste has a unique share of flower waste in the total waste. After fulfilling their purpose, flowers along with other waste, find their way into the garbage or are discarded either into some water bodies or left up on the open places as a waste causing various… Expand
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