WASTE GENERATION AND MANAGEMENT IN ANTHROPOCENE EPOCH: AN OBJECTIVE APPRAISAL OF INDIAN CONDITION

@article{Mishra2018WASTEGA,
  title={WASTE GENERATION AND MANAGEMENT IN ANTHROPOCENE EPOCH: AN OBJECTIVE APPRAISAL OF INDIAN CONDITION},
  author={SibaPrasad Mishra and Durga Prasad Mishra},
  journal={International Journal of Advanced Research},
  year={2018}
}
amounting to ≈ 200MMT is added to the environment annually in India which is mostly non-biodegradable CPCB (2017). All stake holders like government, non-government agencies, including civil society in India should make concerted effort to confront the anthropogenic non-biodegradable wastes mainly the industrial, plastics, nano, C&D and e wastes. The study analyses different types of wastes based on statistics both in the global and Indian scenario. The shortage in landfill area for efficient… 

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